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1939 Golden Gate International Exposition
Silhouette of Bay Bridge, sun on horizon, Exposition Tower on left.
GOLDEN GATE INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
SAN FRANCISCO BAY
Shield between 2 locomotives.
ROAD OF THE Streamliners AND THE Challengers
ALUMINUM IN THESE
ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMERICA
• UNION PACIFIC •
The 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition was a World's Fair held on Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay. One side of this 32mm aluminum medal features the official seal of the Exposition, which incorporates the newly constructed San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge and the 400 foot "Tower of the Sun". The other side of the medal features both a steam and diesel-electric locomotive engine and the logo of the Union Pacific Railroad.
The Streamliner was a streamlined light-weight diesel-electric passenger locomotive that was introduced in 1934.
The Challenger was a huge articulated 4-6-6-4 steam locomotive that was introduced in 1936. It was nearly 122 feet (37 meters) long and weighed more than a million pounds (450,000 kg.).
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