SOUTHERN PACIFIC'S
COMMON STANDARD #22 DEPOTS

History of the Common Standard #22


The first depot appears to have been at Lincoln, California. This station was built in 1894, and according to its building diagram, originally had the usual two-adjacent-window waiting room end wall. While it is not yet confirmed, Phil Serpico provides the following evidence:
Information provided by Henry Bender, Jr. and John Sweetser

This page is part of David Coscia's SP Site

December 11, 2011

Acknowledgments

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