Santa Fe railroad station and train, Pasadena, 1935
- Santa Fe railroad station and train, Pasadena, 1935
- Los Angeles Times
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- March 25, 1935
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- Los Angeles Times Photographs Collection
The Victorian style train station was demolished in 1935. It was replaced by the southwestern style train station.
View of the Santa Fe Depot, Pasadena's Railroad station, a Victorian style building with tower, weather vane, and scalloped shingles, with train approaching, about 6 people standing on platform, cars and wagons at left, railroad tracks in foreground, mountains in background. The number on the front of the steam locomotive engine is 3740. The Green Hotel is visible behind the train dapot. Signs read: Pasadena, Receiving Door, Baggage Room, Western Union, and Automobiles Not Allowed to Stand Within 50-Ft. of Baggage Room. The depot was owned by the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company.
Related to the article “Pasadena to Get New Rail Depot, Santa Fe to Build Modern Station at ‘Hollywood’s Jumping-off Place,’” Los Angeles Times, 23 Mar. 1935
- 1 photograph
- b&w nitrate negative
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