macarthur freeway

12-Nov-69

This an aerial view of the interchange of the MacArthur and Grove-Shafter freeways. The freeways heading toward the interchange form a giant "X," with the MacArthur leading from lower right to...

12-Nov-69

The virtually finished segment of the Grove-Shafter freeway from the point where it curves east toward Walnut Creek to the interchange with the MacArtur freeway. MacArthur Freeway parallels the...

7-Apr-71

The MacArthur freeway runs vertically in this photo while the Grove Sahfter runs horizontally. The interchange is at center. Both freeways have automobiles on them. Mosswood Park and the...

15-Aug-67

A south-facing aerial view of the excavation for the Grove-Shafter freeway. Grove St runs from right lower to right upper on the right side of the excavation. Shattuck Avenue joins Telegraph...

25-Nov-68

The Tribune clipping attached to the back of the photo reads "The new Grove-Shafter and MacArthur Freeway interchange looks awfully complex and confusing (as well as artistic) from the air, but it...

17-Oct-67

The handwritten notation on the back of the photo reads "Grove-Shafter & Mac Arthur interchange under construction." Since most of the land around the interchange is covered with small houses...

7-Feb-70

The Macarthur freeway runs horizontally across the photo; the Grove Shafter freeway, under construction, runs diagonally from top to bottom. San Pablo Avenue runs diagonally from top left toward...

October, 1968

The Tribune clipping, dated October 22, 1968, attached to the back of the photo reads "From the air 'X' marks the spot where the MacArthur Freeway, the new Grove-Shafter Freeway, and rapid transit...

8-Oct-69

The Tribune clipping, dated October 11, 1969, attached to the back of the photo reads " It's stark and artistic at times when there are no cars on the new Grove-Shafter freeway. It becomes a...

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