California Southern

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California Southern University - School of Law
... Not to be confused with California Southern Law School (Riverside, California), or Southern California Institute of Law (Santa Barbara, California) ... California Southern University School of Law Established 1990's School type Private correspondence law school Dean Ellen Sampong Location Irvine, California, Enrollment Faculty Bar ...
California Southern Railroad - Visible Remnants
... Much of the right-of-way graded and used by the California Southern is still in use ... The San Bernardino station that was opened by the California Southern was destroyed by fire on November 16, 1916 ... At the southern end the section between San Diego and Oceanside also sees heavy use by Amtrak California's Pacific Surfliner trains as well as those of the San Diego Coaster ...
California Southern Railroad
... The California Southern Railroad was a subsidiary railroad of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (Santa Fe) in Southern California ... connection between what has become the city of Barstow and San Diego, California ... cities of Lake Elsinore, Perris and Riverside before a connection to the Southern Pacific Railroad (SP) in Colton ...
California Southern Railroad - History - Consolidation
... To reach Los Angeles, the Santa Fe leased trackage rights over the Southern Pacific from San Bernardino on November 29, 1885, at $1,200 per mile per year ... California Southern track crews performed the construction work, and the first train on the new line arrived in Los Angeles on May 31, 1887 ... to consolidate the many subsidiary railroads in Southern California in order to reduce costs ...

Famous quotes containing the words southern and/or california:

    I walked on the banks of the tincan banana dock and sat down under the huge shade of a Southern Pacific locomotive to look at the sunset over the box house hills and cry.
    Allen Ginsberg (b. 1926)

    We have advanced by leaps to the Pacific, and left many a lesser Oregon and California unexplored behind us.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)