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Coronado Railroad (1888)

The Coronado Railroad served the five bay cities during the 19th century boom town days and later was a critical rail component between Coronado's North Island and San Diego during two World Wars. Now, despite its continued importance for transportation, heritage and eco-tourism reasons, this historic rail transportation corridor is threatened by unrelated commercial development. The railroad was designated as a historic landmark by the City of San Diego after meeting criteria in three out of four categories, a designation having the support of all the historical groups from the San Diego region. When the City Council changed its mind and reversed its decision, SOHO filed action in court to reinstate the status.

Read more from Reflections article, Volume 36, Issue 3.

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