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Southern Pacific Passenger Depot, 2 North Sacramento Street, Lodi, San Joaquin County, CA



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B&W Photos

HB179792
BWPhotos 326543

HB179793
BWPhotos 326544

HB179794
BWPhotos 326545

HB179795
BWPhotos 326546

HB179796
BWPhotos 326547

HB179797
BWPhotos 326548

HB179798
BWPhotos 326549

HB179799
BWPhotos 326550

HB179800
BWPhotos 326551

HB179801
BWPhotos 326552

HB179802
BWPhotos 326553

HB179803
BWPhotos 326554

HB179804
BWPhotos 326555

HB179805
BWPhotos 326556

HB179806
BWPhotos 326557

HB179807
BWPhotos 326558

HB179808
BWPhotos 326559

HB179809
BWPhotos 326560


Item Title
BWPhotos 326560

Location
2 North Sacramento Street, Lodi, CA

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS CA-2694
Significance: The Lodi Southern Pacific Railroad Station, completed in 1907, is a representative example of railroad architecture and, more specifically, of Southern Pacific Railroad's (SP's) use of standard design depots. This structure is noteworthy as being one of four depots known to be built by SP using their "Standard No. 23" design in the Colonnade-style; only two of these depots remain standing. It is the only extant railroad-associated building in the City of Lodi, and is one of only two significant historic structures intact on the city's original Railroad Reservation. Despite alterations made in 1950, the depot's exterior maintains integrity of historic form, style and setting.

Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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