Historic Packing Houses and Other Industrial Structures in Southern California

Virtual Tour of San Bernardino County: East Highlands

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

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East Highlands (ATSF)

East Highlands was on the east loop of Santa Fe's "Kite Shaped Route" that ran from San Bernardino through Redlands and Mentone to East Highlands then back to San Bernardino via Highland and Patton (the west loop went from Los Angeles to San Bernardino via Pasadena then back to Los Angeles via Fullerton).

John Signor photographed the East Highlands Citrus Association packing house in November 1977.


Here's a closer view of the packing house.

John Signor photos, used by permission.


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