SCPL Local History Gallery Keyword Album: Railroad Tracks

Keyword Album: Railroad Tracks

Size: 63 items


Local businessmen posed on East Santa Cruz Street Railroad's horsecar #1, on Soquel Road near Doyle.


The remains of the Twin Lakes streetcar trestle built by the Union Traction Company, visible at low tide in 1975.


A passenger and conductor on an East Santa Cruz Street Railroad horsecar, passing Wood's Lagoon (now the Yacht Harbor) on Atlantic Avenue.


A streetcar station on Pacific Avenue extension, built in 1907 by the Union Traction Company.


After a storm, the Union Traction Company's streetcar tracks washed out at the curve from the Twin Lakes trestle to 12th Avenue, interrupting service to Capitola until a replacement bridge could be built.


Aerial view of Brookdale, the surrounding forest and the San Lorenzo River.


A horse-drawn streetcar traveling on Pacific Avenue, approaching the junction of Front Street.


Looking east along the tracks in the Santa Cruz beach area.


People waiting for the train at the Glen Arbor railroad station.

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