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Drawbridge, California, is a phantom town with a populace of zero. This is in spite of its vicinity to intensely populated urban areas like Fremont, San Jose, and San Francisco. The deserted settlement is situated at the southern end of San Francisco Bay. Drawbridge was established in the 1800s when “Elusive” Jim Fair and Alfred “Hoard” Davis shaped the South Pacific Coast Railroad to transport San Francisco occupants to Santa Cruz.Instead of laying their track along the more drawn out course utilized by stagecoaches, they laid it over the water, through a little island.