Historic Packing Houses and Other Industrial Structures in Southern California
Virtual Tour of San Bernardino County: Rialto & Etiwanda
Photos by Marty Quaas and Jim Lancaster
Copyright 2009 by James
E. Lancaster, Ph.D.
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Rialto (Pacific Electric)
This photo shows the former Rialto Pacific Electric depot in November 1964.
Etiwanda (Pacific Electric)
This photo shows the former Etiwanda Pacific Electric depot in November 1964. The view is looking east toward Mt. San Bernardino with the Etiwanda Citrus Association packing house in the distance. Etiwanda Avenue crosses the tracks in the foreground. (Marty Quaas photo)
My thanks to Mike Curran for identifying the packing houses.
Etiwanda in 2009
The photos below were taken by Jim Lancaster on February 26, 2009. There is an ongoing effort to restore the depot as a museum. The former PE right-of-way is now the Pacific Electric Trail for cyclists and joggers.
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