Historic Packing Houses and Other Industrial Structures in Southern California

Virtual Tour of Riverside County: Prenda

Copyright 2002 by James E. Lancaster, Ph.D.

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Prenda (ATSF)

The Arlington Heights Fruit Company packing house at Prenda was at the end of a spur that ran southeast from the Santa Fe main line between Riverside and Corona. John Signor photographed the packing house and several Santa Fe mechanical reefers in January 1975.


John Signor photo, used by permission.


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