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Desktop Wallpapers for Your Computer

Use one of Bay-Journals images of a local scene for your computer's desktop wallpaper. A variety of scenes to chose from, and each is available in screen resolutions of 1024x768 and 800x600.

To download, just click on the wallpaper size that you prefer. A new window will open with that image size, then right-click on your mouse to get a menu and choose "Save Picture." and download to a location on your computer where you can easily find the image.

The image will need to be moved to where ever your wallpapers images are stored. This is usually in the windows directory.

Wallpaper Images: (Click image size to view, then right click to save.)

Of Legend and Legacy.
Image of diplay from Mini-Park on the s.w. corner of Center ave. and Saginaw St. in Bay City.
View/Save: {1024x768} {800X600}

Lake Freighter Passing.
View from beneath the Liberty Bridge of lake freighter passing by the old MCRR railroad bridge in Bay City.
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Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
Located in Veterans Memorial Park in Bay City.

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Air Fest 2005.
Air show at James Clements Airport in Bay City.

View/Save: {1024x768} {800x600}
Davidson Shipyard Slip.
View of slip used by the former Davidson Shipbuilding Company. Located in Veterans Memorial Park in Bay City.
View/Save: {1024x768} {800x600}
Saginaw River Railroad Pier.
View south on Saginaw River from the Railroad Pier at Veterans Memorial Park in Bay City.
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Roberta Allen Reading Room.
View of school campus through class walls of room at Saginaw Valley State University.
View/Save: {1024x768} {800x600}
Historic Pine Ridge Cemetery
Civil War on other veterans burial grounds in Pine Ridge cemetery in Bay City.
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Inside City Hall.
View of entrance from inside stairway of historical city hall in Bay City.

View/Save: {1024x768} {800x600}

Need software that will automatically change your wallpaper?

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