Effect of the 1906 Eathquake along the Mendocino Coast

As I tell visitors yo our layout the San Andreas fault is just four miles offshore. The 1906 Earthquake hit all the towns along the California coast north of San Francisco to north of Eureka.

This piece that appeared in the local newspaper tells the story of the earthquake.

 

Effect of 1906 Earthquake along the Mendocino Coast

This picture shows shops on Fort Bragg Main Street after the quake.

Fort Bragg Main Street after the 1906 earthquake – building on left is now Racines

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