#1: Looking north over 38N 122W towards Highway 4.
#2: Clockwise from the upper left: Looking north, east, south, and west from 38N 122W.
#3: March Madness at the fence: confident fan awaiting the start of the NCAA basketball tournament and Duke University’s amazing run to the title, while standing on 38N.
#4: From the cp, the nearest access to W 122 00’ 00.0” is atop the overpass to the north.
#5: View of 38N 122W area from Highway 4, with inset of a restored rail car in an ammunition bunker.
#6: 38N 122W lies within the Naval Weapons Station’s Inland Area.
#7: Clustered_Villages_Reuse_Plan.jpg -- Reuse plan approved in February 2010 points to future public access at 38N 122W.
#8: Port Chicago: Wayside exhibit at Pier A site shows destruction from 1944 explosion.
#9: John Documenting Woody_s Visit to Park 392.JPG -- Ranger Keibel documents Woody’s visit to his 392nd U.S. national park.
#10: This local resident has 24/7/365 access to the ten zero spot!