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40 PHOTOS FOR SAN BERNARDINO AT&SF DEPOT
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The roof and second floor of the addition were built at lower levels from the left level that had been part of the original. It's a strange depot! The right, lower level added later would house the Harvey House restaurant (covered vented exhaust) and living quarters on the 2nd floor for the "Harvey Girls" in a dorm of 12 rooms, 2 to a room.
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Connected to the main depot with walled courtyards is a separate small building - a miniature Mission-style architectural gem. Exhaust roof vent may have been for possibly a Harveyette Restaruant that was more formal. The arcade ends at the parking lot and has it's own small mission parapets at each end.
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The "San Bernardino" station sign at the east end of the addition was down low, probably not visible to travelers, obscured by the above building and arcade.
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View of the entire street side (enlarged - not focused). Source: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Fe_Depot_(San_Bernardino) ] -- Wikipedia's Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License
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Streetside of the former baggage area, which now houses the San Bernardino History and Railroad Museum. The depot's entire 2nd floor is occupied by the San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG) who acquired the depot in 1992. Museum hours are 10 to 3, Saturdays. Free admission, parking and tours. Their website has a virtual tour. http://www.sbdepotmuseum.com/
(submitted by Rich A. on 03/18/14)
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