Arrival of First Santa Fe Passenger Train into Eme
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Arrival of First Santa Fe Passenger Train into Eme
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Arrival of First Santa Fe Passenger Train into Eme
In 1902, the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe railroad, which had built a transcontinental railroad terminating in Richmond to the north, bought the floundering California and Nevada Railroad. This provided the Santa Fe with a much needed connection to Oakland from its yards in Richmond, in competition with the Southern Pacific’s waterfront line. The first Santa Fe passenger train arrived in Emeryville from Richmomd in 1904, and passenger train service continued for over 50 years, until 1958. digitally mastered from the collection of the Oakland Free Public Library
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