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That was then: The Long Wharf in Santa Monica

The Long Wharf, long ago in Santa Monica

Before politics and the Army Corps of Engineers helped the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro win the Free Harbor Fight, the Mile Long Pier in Santa Monica was the longest wharf in the world. If you've ever been to Wilmington or either of the two major ports south of us, you know Santa Monica dodged a bullet.

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