Bathed in an Emerald Light  Contributor's Pick!       
Officially opened on July 15, 1918, and built in the Mission Revival Style to replace the original wooden structure that was destroyed by a fire on November 16, 1916, the station in San Bernardino California was at the time, the largest railway station West of the Mississippi River. Here the security guard watches over the few remaining guests that have gathered on a warm Spring evening to look at AT&SF #3751 that is parked on the pavement off to the right.
Date: 5/8/2010 Location: San Bernardino, CA   Map Show San Bernardino on a rail map Views: 102 Collection Of:   El Roco Photography
Author:  El Roco Photography
Bathed in an Emerald Light
Picture Categories: Scenic,Night,Station,Passenger This picture is part of album:  San Bernardino
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