UNDER HIGUERA STREET: Mike McCluskey, SLO City public works director, leads a tour in December 1995, where San Luis Creeks flows under Higuera Street. Bishop Peak granite was quarried to make the walls. The city rebuilt the 87-year old bridge work. This is a time exposure using flashlights and strobe carried by the photographer.
UNDER HIGUERA STREET: Mike McCluskey, SLO City public works director, leads a tour in December 1995, where San Luis Creeks flows under Higuera Street. Bishop Peak granite was quarried to make the walls. The city rebuilt the 87-year old bridge work. This is a time exposure using flashlights and strobe carried by the photographer. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
UNDER HIGUERA STREET: Mike McCluskey, SLO City public works director, leads a tour in December 1995, where San Luis Creeks flows under Higuera Street. Bishop Peak granite was quarried to make the walls. The city rebuilt the 87-year old bridge work. This is a time exposure using flashlights and strobe carried by the photographer. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

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David Middlecamp

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Photographer David Middlecamp has been delving into The Tribune's archives to share historical photos and articles about the Central Coast with readers since 2007. Reach him at dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com .