SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Want to own a piece of the Golden Gate Bridge? If you do, you’re in luck because you can own two large trusses or pieces, according to Facebook Marketplace.
However, you need to pay a pretty penny for it. Both pieces of the iconic San Francisco Bay Area landmark are selling for $12,000.
One bridge truss is 37 feet, and the other is 17 feet long. The seller is located in Penngrove, a census-designated place just north of Petaluma.
The pieces were obtained from when the Golden Gate Bridge went through its four-phase seismic retrofit, according to Facebook Marketplace. The project was intended to strengthen the bridge against major earthquakes and disasters.
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The first three phases were completed between 2002 and 2014, according to the Golden Gate Bridge Highway & Transportation District. Construction for the fourth and final phase of the seismic retrofit project is expected to begin in late 2024 and completed by 2029.