Photograph taken from the shore of the Opening Day of the Pine Avenue Pier in Long Beach, ca.1906. About two thirds of the pier is over the water, and at the water line, the width of the pier is reduced in half. There is a large crowd on the narrow part of the pier over the water. At the end of the pier is a building with two large domes on the ends of the roof. Tied to the pier on the right side is a group of small boats. There is another structure on the right side of the pier, in front of the place where it narrows. Near this building is a staircase that leads down to a small building with a sign that says "Fishing Tackle to Let". There is a horse and cart in the bottom right corner of the image, near a large brick building.