St. Petersburg’s Pier

pier by nevin

Available April 27th

Commerce, tourism, recreation, and even the quest for eternal youth were the primary incentives for building piers along St. Petersburgs downtown waterfront as early as 1854. For more than 160 years, developers and entrepreneurs pushed wooden or concrete structures from the shoreline to the deeper waters of Tampa Bay.  An entertaining story of the many Piers St. Petersburg has seen.

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