Goleta
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The historic Goleta Depot, originally served the Southern Pacific railway and was built in 1901. It looks like so many other SP depots found throughout the west painted yellow with brown trim. The last passenger train (before Amtrak restored service in 1998) left town was in 1965 and was boarded up by the railway in 1973. Locals managed to rally and save the depot and in 1981 it was moved from the end of Depot Street on the edge of downtown Goleta to Lake Los Cameros County Park where it exists today as the

Historic 1901 SP Station|1998 Amtrak Station
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Looking down the replica platform, and freight platform beyond
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A more recent sign above the former door for the waiting room
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The overgrown decorative tracks switch and end
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A signal and Goleta sign
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The caboose
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Caboose #4023
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The caboose and depot beyond
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Sign 363 6/10 miles to San Francisco at 37 feet
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The signals and depot
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Southern Pacific Rail Road Crossing sign
Historic 1901 SP Station|1998 Amtrak Station
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Last Updated: 30 March, 2011
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