Camp Merritt, California was a U.S. military camp for American troops destined for the Philippines during the Spanish-American War.
Articles near the latitude and longitude of San Francisco
San Francisco (/sæn frənˈsɪskoʊ/), officially the City and County of San Francisco, is the cultural, commercial, and financial center of Northern California and the only consolidated city-county in California. San Francisco encompasses a land area of about 46.9 square miles (121 km2) on the northern end of the San Francisco Peninsula, which makes it the smallest county in the state. It has a density of about 18,187 people per square mile (7,022 people per km2), making it the most densely settled large city (population greater than 200,000) in the state of California and the second-most densely populated major city in the United States after New York City. San Francisco is the fourth-most populous city in California, after Los Angeles, San Diego and San Jose, and the 13th-most populous city in the United States—with a Census-estimated 2014 population of 852,469.
Latitude: 37° 46' 29.75" N
Longitude: -122° 25' 9.91" W
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The California Center for Innovative Transportation (CCIT) is a research organization at the University of California, Berkeley Institute of Transportation Studies.
Calera Creek is a stream in the Rockaway Beach and Vallemar neighborhoods of Pacifica, California. The creek is named for the limestone deposits and historical quarry located nearby.
Burlingame Terrace is a residential subdivision in Burlingame, California.
Building 101 is a neoclassical building located in San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood, designed by Frederick H. Meyer.
Broadway and The Embarcadero Station is a light rail station in San Francisco, California, serving the San Francisco Municipal Railway's F Market & Wharves heritage railway line.
Brickyard Cove Pond is a small lake in Richmond, California. It was formed from quarrying of Nicholl's Knob the surrounding hill. It is fed by underground springs. Before the early 19th Century it was a swimming pond for local boys who often went sk…
The Bonita Channel is a shipping channel which leads northbound traffic out of the Golden Gate to the Gulf of the Farallones and Pacific Ocean.
Berkeley Station was the name of the principal railroad station in Berkeley, California from 1878 to 1911. It was located in what is now downtown Berkeley, on Shattuck Avenue between University Avenue and Center Street. The tract is today occupied b…
Belvedere Park is a park in Belvedere, California, between San Rafael Avenue and Community Road. The park includes a large playground and a field.
Beach and Stockton Station is a light rail station in San Francisco, California, serving the San Francisco Municipal Railway's F Market & Wharves heritage railway line.
Beach and Mason Station is a light rail station in San Francisco, California, serving the San Francisco Municipal Railway's F Market & Wharves heritage railway line.
Bay and The Embarcadero Station is a light rail station in San Francisco, California, serving the San Francisco Municipal Railway's F Market & Wharves heritage railway line.
Arroyo Dolores (Spanish for Our Lady of Sorrow Creek) is a river in San Francisco, California that has been largely culverted.
Arrowhead Marsh is a wetlands habitat made of tidal mud flats in Martin Luther King, Jr. Shoreline in Oakland, California.
Arleta Station is an island platform light rail station of the San Francisco Municipal Railway's Muni Metro system located in the median of Bay Shore Blvd at Arleta Avenue in Visitacion Valley, San Francisco, California.
Allendale is a neighborhood of Fremont in Alameda County, California. It was formerly an unincorporated community.
The Alcazar Theatre was a 1,145 seat theatre located at 260 O'Farrell Street, San Francisco, California, built in 1911 by architects Cunningham and Politeo, replacing the previous Alcazar Theatre one block to the east, which was destroyed in the 190…