SCPL Local History Gallery Keyword Album: Street Railroad Tracks

Keyword Album: Street Railroad Tracks

Size: 46 items


Passengers getting off and on Santa Cruz Electric Railway's streetcar #6 at the Tent City Restaurant on Beach and Cliff Streets.


View of Pacific Avenue, looking north.


Santa Cruz, Capitola and Watsonville streetcar #8 approaching the Capitola Hotel along the Esplanade.


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.


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

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