Alternate realityEdit

Concerning the claim that the bridge hasn't been seen yet in the alternate reality, it may be worth pointing out that admiral Marcus has a large picture of a bridge in his office, that looks like it could conceivably be this one. -- Capricorn (talk) 09:35, September 9, 2013 (UTC)

Removed Edit

Removed I have examined the screencaps from "Storm Front" on In this image from TrekCore, the section of the bridge closest to Oakland can be seen in the upper right corner. [1]. However, in this broad shot of the bay, the bridge isn't there. [2] These situations causes me to question the factual accuracy of this statement, and, as continuity errors, if this is one, are not permitted on a page, to place it here.

The bridge was not present in an alternate 1944 where the United States had been invaded by Germany

This is a deviation from the main timeline, as the bridge opened in 1936.

I have, as well, removed the information that this bridge didn't appear in the twelfth film. As rightfully pointed out by Capricorn, the bridge does make an appearance in a photo in Admrial Marcus' office. Again, the issue with the map might be one of continuity error. As the photo is more prominent, and can be seen by the viewer, it takes precedence over the map.Lakenheath72 (talk) 11:37, February 12, 2015 (UTC)