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3 PHOTOS FOR CASA GRANDE SOUTHERN PACIFIC DEPOT
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Photo dated 1886 of the 1879 depot, which was built of used lumber from the old Yuma depot, moved board by board and freighted to Casa Grande. The railroad facilities included 5 tracks and a turntable. This and photo above on web site of the CGHA. Photo source: http://www.cgvhs.org/collections/oral-histories/14-articles-interviews/15-casa-grande-downtown
(submitted by Rich A. on 12/30/13)
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Ford Model T's first were manufactured after late 1908. The one seen appears modified with a cargo bed. Photo obviously before the 1937 fire. Washington Street still crosses the tracks in the immediate foreground. It was closed after the newest depot was built. Photo source: http://www.cgvhs.org/collections/oral-histories/14-articles-interviews/15-casa-grande-downtown
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Art Deco style may be the only depot of the style in Arizona. Built in 1939 first operated January, 1940 and burned down on June 5, 2009. This photo taken 12-12-2006 by Ron Reiring. Photo source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/84263554@N00/321636925/in/photostream/
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