La Mesa Depot




La Mesa Depot


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History -

San Diego County's tiniest train station was built in 1894 by SDC&E. It was used until 1928 for passengers and still later for freight. In the 1950s it was moved to Lakeside by a private party. In the early 1970s, it was returned to its trackside location, and has been beautifully restored by the San Diego Railroad Museum.

Description courtesy the San Diego Railroad Museum

The Prototype -

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Building the model -

This structure is planned but has not yet been modeled.


Source: “The Railroad Stations of San Diego County: Then and Now” by James N. Price.
Historical Photo: San Diego Historical Society
Contemporary Photo: San Deigo Railroad Museum (link)