Santa Fe Railroad Passenger Depot

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2650 Tulare Street, Fresno, CA, USA
Santa Fe Railroad Passenger Depot - From the north on the track side
Santa Fe Railroad Passenger Depot - north end from track side.
Santa Fe Railroad Passenger Depot - The front.
Santa Fe Railroad Passenger Depot - Entering the front from the south.

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Fresno's Train Depot Jun 27, 2011
Built in 1905 and added to over the years this depot serves the San Joaquin valley and is used by Amtrak. It was designed by William Benson Storey for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway and is very similar to the Stockton station on San Joaquin Street Station in Stockton. It has 5,400 sq ft. for passenger service and another 12,300 sq ft. for leasing. Once the Santa Fe's Valley Division Headquarters, is was expanded or renovated nine times between 1908 and 1985, but was restored by the city to its original appearance in 2005 for US$6 million.

Of the nearly 75 California train stations served by Amtrak, Fresno was the twelfth-busiest in FY2010, boarding or detraining an average of approximately 950 passengers daily.
From the north on the track side
north end from track side.
The front.
Entering the front from the south.
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williamsworld says:
There is something majical about these places.
Posted on: Jun 28, 2011
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