Like many American cities, San Diego’s dynamic past is filled with all sorts of fascinating trains and streetcars.
Over the years, while exploring San Diego County, I’ve learned much about the local history of rail transportation. I’ve taken photographs while riding an old train through the mountains east of San Diego, while riding a restored streetcar downtown, while visiting several historic stations and depots, and at amazing railroad museums. I even attended the big centennial event of the San Diego and Arizona Railway!
If you love old trains and streetcars, be sure to check out the following blog posts! They contain all sorts of unique photos, and you’ll find a fair amount of interesting historical information.
Click the following links to see many past photographs!
A ride on the San Diego and Arizona Railway!
Photos of San Diego and Arizona Railway centennial!
Cool pics of old La Mesa railroad depot and train!
A short architectural tour of the Santa Fe Depot.
Historical exhibit inside San Diego’s Santa Fe Depot.
Hundred year old photos of Santa Fe Depot.
Photos of National City Depot museum and streetcars!
A peek inside National City’s Historic Railcar Plaza.
Take a cool ride on an old, restored streetcar!
Art and history at Lemon Grove Trolley Depot!
A walk around the Escondido History Center.
Beauty and history in Carlsbad Village.
This blog now features thousands of photos around San Diego! Are you curious? There’s lots of cool stuff to check out!
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