This album shows SP's Roseville Yard and its various operations such as dispatching, hump yard, Pacific Fruit Express, locomotive
repair and truck services.
In 1906, Southern Pacific moved its Rocklin facilities into Roseville, California. It was joined there in 1913 by Pacific
Fruit Express and was last renovated in 1956. Since being reopened by Union Pacific in 1999, it is the largest rail facility
on the West Coast.
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also be obtained by the reader.
This collection is open for research at our off-site storage facility with one week's notice. Contact Library & Archives staff
to arrange for access.