Drawbridge, California. A Hand-Me-Down History.

By: Dewey, O. L. "Monty".

Price: $35.00

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Book Condition: Fine condition


69 pp.; 4to; printed, stapled tan wrappers; illustrated with historical photographs, maps.

Drawbridge began with the idea of a narrow gauge railroad from Newark, at the southern end of San Francisco Bay, to Santa Cruz. When Hog Davis, and his South Pacific Coast Railroad built a two-room cabin for the bridge tender halfway between Coyote Slough and Warm Springs Slough, a settlement was begun on Station Island: Drawbridge. It is now a ghost town with an abandoned railroad station, and part of the city of Fremont, California.

Title: Drawbridge, California. A Hand-Me-Down History.

Author Name: Dewey, O. L. "Monty".

Categories: History,

Publisher: no place, San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society: 1989

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Fine condition

Seller ID: 9634

Keywords: California Local History Railroad