South San Francisco, CA
Outside An Entrance To The Old Train Roundhouse At Bayshore Near San Francisco Altered
Photograph - Color Photography
This brick roundhouse and 90' steel turntable was built at Bayshore (near San Francisco and the cow Palace) around 1910. They served to stable the steam-powered freight engines used on the peninsula. Locomotives required constant maintenance, and most of this work took place in roundhouses. Engines were serviced, and kept warm in such places between runs. Additional shops were later built to perform heavy maintenance on locomotives, passenger cars, tenders, and all other manner of railroad equipment.
April 17th, 2013
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