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Title Almonte station, circa 1940
Type of Object Negative
Object ID MVN0100v1
Collection Photographs
Description Almonte station around 1940, showing men standing at station next to railroad tracks. This was the turnoff from the main line to a branch line of Northwestern Pacific Railroad to Mill Valley. This is now (2016) Almonte Boulevard turning into Miller Avenue, and near the station house on the left is the Golden Gate Transit stop and a small commuter parking area.
Physical Description 1 photographic print, b&w, 5" x 7"
Date Created circa 1940
Year Range from 1935
Year Range to 1945
Creator (Artist/Author/Photographer) Graves, Roy D.
Contributed by Little, Lucretia Hanson
Search Terms Almonte Boulevard
Almonte Station
Men
Miller Avenue
Northwestern Pacific Railroad
Rail transportation
Railroad
Railroad depots
Railroad signals
Railroad stations
Railroad tracks
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