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Santa Fe Depot
San Diego, CA
Photo courtesy Ken Lux

Here's a shot of the historic Santa Fe Depot in San Diego. Featuring Spanish Mission-Colonial Revival architecture, the depot is on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Santa Fe Depot was opened in 1915 after being built for the Panama-California International Exposition, which celebrated the completion of the Panama Canal. The depot still serves as an active center for Amtrak and and other San Diego transportation systems. More information can be found here. 06-07
















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