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Coronado Railroad (1888)

The Coronado Railroad served the Hotel Del Coronado and residents of the city, both commuter and tourist. This historic rail transportation corridor also served as a critical component in WWII, connecting North Island with San Diego. It is now threatened by new development within the city of Chula Vista. A counter proposal has been offered by a coalition of environmental groups to support its use as a rail line for eco-tourism. Through a concerted effort by attorneys and consultants to the San Diego Unified Port District contesting its designation, the Coronado Railroad was recently delisted as a California State Historic landmark. SOHO has filed suit to force preparation of an EIR so that impacts to this resource can be addressed.


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