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Standard Oil set up operations here in 1901, including a what is now the Chevron Richmond Refinery and tank farm, which are still operated by Chevron.There is a pier into San Francisco Bay south of Point Molate for oil tankers.Kaiser's Richmond shipyards built 747 Victory and Liberty ships for the war effort, more than any other site in the U. The city broke many records and even built one Liberty ship in a record five days.On average the yards could build a ship in thirty days.The railroad constructed a tunnel through the Potrero San Pablo ridge to run a track from their yard to a ferry landing from which freight cars could be transshipped to San Francisco.Where this track crosses the main street in Point Richmond, there remain two of the last operational wigwag grade crossing signals in the United States, and the only surviving examples of the "upside-down" type.The medical system established for the shipyard workers at the Richmond Field Hospital eventually became today's Kaiser Permanente HMO.
Richmond is one of two cities, the other being San Rafael, California, that sits on the shores of San Francisco Bay and San Pablo Bay simultaneously. Census, the city's population is at 103,710, making it the second largest city in the United States named Richmond.Many of the people who moved to Richmond were black and came from the Midwest and South.Most of the white men were overseas at war, and this opened up new opportunities for ethnic minorities and women.Point Richmond was originally the commercial hub of the city, but a new downtown arose in the center of the city. During the war the population increased dramatically and peaked at around 120,000 by the end of the war.It was populated by many department stores such as Kress, J. Once the war ended the shipyard workers were no longer needed, beginning a decades-long population decline. By 1960 much of the temporary housing built for the shipyard workers was torn down, and the population dropped to about 71,000.
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The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad had its terminus at Richmond.