|Excavations at the nearby Atlit quarries (1920s)|
Read Part 1 of the Haifa Port story here.
|Diver at work|
The Haifa harbor had to be dredged, sandbars had to cleared, foundations and pillars had to be sunk, and raw materials for the new port facilities had to be dug and transported from the nearby Atlit quarries.
|Atlit boulder slated for the port |
|Dredging the Haifa harbor|
And the photographers were there when the British High Commissioner officially opened the port in October 1933.
|Official opening ceremony of the |
Haifa harbor, Oct. 31, 1933
|Pouring great cement blocks|
|Haifa Port today (Haifa Port)|