Huntington Beach Then & Now: A Lonely 1970s Harbour

Huntington Harbour in the northern portion of Huntington Beach includes five manmade islands surrounded by a group of navigable channels and the land around them. Created primarily in the 1960s, its waterways are lined with multimillion-dollar homes and numerous boat docks. These two images (the "Then" dates back to the early 1970s) were taken near Warner Avenue and Pacific Coast Highway. The Los Patos water tower can be seen at the upper right.

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