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. The railroad continues to be important for transportation, heritage and eco-tourism.
The railroad has received historic designation again. Currently an appeal of historic designation is being scheduled. The Railroad was designated for all 3 criteria A, B, &C.
Legally, the council must uphold this designation, which has the support of all the historical groups from the San Diego region. The decision will set an important precedent for all future designations. This council has not upheld any historical designation to date
In the meantime the Port of San Diego has refused to talk settlement with SOHO in conjunction with our lawsuit concerning paving over the line in Chula Vista without doing an EIR.
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