Piers of the eastern end of the original Bay Bridge span, shown Thursday, may be left in place after the historic 1930s-era bridge is demolished.
Piers of the eastern end of the original Bay Bridge span, shown Thursday, may be left in place after the historic 1930s-era bridge is demolished. San Francisco Chronicle Terray Sylvester
Piers of the eastern end of the original Bay Bridge span, shown Thursday, may be left in place after the historic 1930s-era bridge is demolished. San Francisco Chronicle Terray Sylvester

Bay Bridge officials want to leave old piers

November 29, 2014 06:58 PM

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