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Another view from 14th Street2140 views1 commentsMay 09, 2009
New Life for SP sheds1805 viewsView is from 14th street development looking at corner of 13th and Wood. SP station to left12 commentsMay 09, 2009
15_G2499 viewsMain station from left angle Photo by Evan1 commentsMay 09, 2009
SP Station view from 14th1775 viewsMay 09, 2009
14_G2588 viewsSame platform showing end of same. Photo by EvanMay 09, 2009
13_G2429 viewsSouth leg of upper platform from outside of fence Photo by EvanMay 09, 2009
Butterfly Sheds5379 viewsSheds in new development a block south of the old SP station at 13th and Wood41 commentsMay 09, 2009
14th Street View2107 viewsView from 14th street of upper platform1 commentsMay 09, 2009
1134 viewsMay 09, 2009
11_G1766 viewsOutside of front doors/awning over door. Photo by Evan1 commentsMay 09, 2009
12_G3385 viewsClose up of stonework detail out front. Photo by Evan26 commentsMay 09, 2009
10_G2600 viewsLarger view of south wall. Mens room door on right, ladies on left. Platform is to right, parking lot to the left. Photo by Evan5 commentsMay 09, 2009
7_G1882 viewsMain doors to lower steam train platform. Photo by EvanMay 09, 2009
9_G2034 viewsDark area of smaller room. This was the ladies powder room I think. Even the letters over the door were stolen. Photo by Evan1 commentsMay 09, 2009
8_G1902 viewsInside of front doors. Outside is parking lot. A somewhat backlit photo. Photo by EvanMay 09, 2009
4_G2312 viewsWall across (north side) from SP logo where system clock was. Photo by EvanMay 09, 2009
5_G2200 viewsCeiling detail. Main waiting area. Lamps were hung from these. Like ancient Egypt, most of the original paint and undamaged details are on high up undersides. Photo by EvanMay 09, 2009
2_G2202 viewsSP Logo detail on wall. South side. Photo by EvanMay 09, 2009
1_G1775 viewsEnterior detail/Graffiti on wall. Mail waiting area. Photo by EvanMay 09, 2009
6_G2311 viewsPainting on south side wall, close up. Must be bolted to wall. otherwise it would be gone. Photo by Evan4 commentsMay 09, 2009
3_G4242 viewsWall deatil above mens room door, main waiting area. Photo by Evan8 commentsMay 09, 2009
ecS3261 viewsEl Cerrito, southern part. Shows Santa Fe line with customers and spurs. Line was abandoned May 1979; most of the spurs were gone long before that. Courtesy of Tom Panas3 commentsMay 09, 2009
ecN3089 viewsEl Cerrito, northern part. Blue lines show tracks; pink notes rail customers. The Oakland line was abandoned in May 1979; most of the spurs were long gone before that. Courtesy of Tom PanaMay 09, 2009
stockton_fairmount23587 viewsSanta Fe in El Cerrito, Stockton to Fairmount Aves. Courtesy of Tom PanasMay 09, 2009
schmidt23011 viewsSanta Fe in El Cerrito; Schmidt Lane area Courtesy of Tom Panas9 commentsMay 09, 2009
w_FerryPt_Jan035061 viewsSanta Fe Railway at Ferry Point Richmond as it is today (Jan 2003). At one time the fleet of Santa Fe tugs and car barges shuttled between Ferry Point (Richmond) and: China Basin (SF); Pier 41 (SF); Alice Street (Oakland); Alameda and Tiburon. Co8 commentsMay 09, 2009
trains5529 viewsTable showing train numbers on the Richmond-Oakland line. Courtesy of Tom Panas7 commentsMay 09, 2009
table_5_1_283242 viewstable.5.1.28 Courtesy of John StashikMay 09, 2009
potrero_schmidt22804 viewsSanta Fe in El Cerrito between Potrero and Schmidt Courtesy of Tom PanasMay 09, 2009
conlon_potrero22926 viewsAT&SF Ry in El Cerrito between Conlon and Potrero. Courtesy of Tom PanasMay 09, 2009
ferry_point_Apr603932 viewsSanta Fe Railway at Ferry Point in Richmond. April 1960 Courtesy of John Stashik5 commentsMay 09, 2009
ATSF3434857 viewsTrain 1, the SF Chief, was late so this relay train ran from Bakersfield to serve Valley passengers. Shown at Richmond, April 1962. Courtesy of John Stashik3 commentsMay 09, 2009
trib7_17_695370 viewsOakland Tribune July 17th, 1969 Article describing Emeryville's great car building capabilities.2 commentsMay 09, 2009
keysystemmap546030 viewsOld map of Key Route system. Key's Berkeley trains to Sacramento Street are still "proposed". Thanks to Stash for forwarding this one over. Click on image a 2nd time to display full size image.360 commentsMay 09, 2009
save00154716 views#271 special car in cut between Broadway and Piedmont station on C line. Note block signal for single track use. J.G.Graham Collection Courtesy of the Oakland History Room1 commentsMay 09, 2009
WPvs9878025 viewsWP train collision with Key streetcar in East Oakland. John Stashik Collection12 commentsMay 09, 2009
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