Golden Gate Bridge District video shows the great human energy that went into building the bridge in the Depression era.
The district interviewed original bridge worker Charlie Heinbockel in 2007. He remembered earning $5.50 a day.
"You were very fortunate if you had a steady job in those days," Heinbockel said.
Legendary bridge ironworker Al Zampa left the Bay Bridge project to work on the Golden Gate. ABC7 News talked to him for the 50th anniversary in 1987.
"Had magic, some kind of magic to it," he said. "We wanted to go out there, probably would have worked for half the money, I got just to be there."
Today, the bridge stands as a monument to the men who built it.