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Seacliff Beach State Park with the cement ship, the Palo Alto, in the background. The Palo Alto was designed as an oil tanker (built with Davenport cement) and was to be part of a U.S. cement fleet built in 1918-1919. The ship never went to sea until…

Date: ca. 1930's
The Palo Alto, known as the Cement Ship. The Palo Alto was purchased by the Cal-Neva Company in 1930 and towed to Seacliff Beach. A 600-foot pier was built to connect the ship to the shore. For two years the ship was an amusement center with a…

Date: ca. 1930
Seacliff State Beach, with the Cement Ship in the background.

Date: ca. 1930-31 (before the pier was built)
The Cement Ship, originally the Palo Alto, with fishermen on the Seacliff Pier next to it. In 1965 the ship was sold to the State of California for $1.00 and incorporated into Seacliff State Beach.

Date: Undated

CF-20180718-Palo Alto's shining season0001.PDF

Date: 1991-06-28
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel
Type: NEWS

Seacliff state park, pictures

Date: 1967-06-25
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel
Type: NEWS

Seacliff State beach

Date: 1981-01-14
Source: Green Sheet
Type: NEWS

Seacliff State Beach

Date: 1955-02-02
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel (?)
Type: NEWS

Cement ship

Date: 1976-08-03
Source: Register-Pajaronian
Type: NEWS

Rio del Mar beach

Date: 0000-00-00
Source: Cabrillo Times and Green Sheet
Type: NEWS

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