Historic Packing Houses and Other Industrial Structures in Southern California
Photo Gallery I
Unless otherwise indicated, all photos are by Marty Quaas
Copyright 2009 by James
E. Lancaster, Ph.D.
Notice: The photographs on this web page are the
property of the respective contributors and may not be used for any
purpose without permission.
Redlands - Pacific Electric
Photo 1. Redlands Heights Packing House, November 1961 (Robert Gaddie photo)
Photos 2 and 3. Redlands Heights Packing House with Single Point Switch, March 1963
Riverside - Union Pacific
Photo 4. American Fruit Growers Packing House, April, 1971
Photo 5. This September 1963 photo shows the parent navel orange tree in Riverside.
Photo 6. This 1965 photo shows the weather station at the University of
California - Riverside (UCR), Citrus Experiment Station. Note the
smudge pots and concrete irrigation pipes at right.
Prenda - Santa Fe
Photo 7. Arlington Heights Citrus Assn Packing House, May 31, 1964
Corona - Santa Fe
Photo 8. Corona Citrus Association, May 31, 1964
Piru - Southern Pacific
Photo 9. Unidentified Packing House, June 1965. Based on other photos and Google Maps, the building at the far right is the SP's Piru depot.
Photo 10. Piru Citrus Association, June 1965
Photo 11. Piru Citrus Association, June 1965
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