Daly City to Baden

The San Bruno Branch

The abandoned railroad route between Daly City and Baden, known as The San Bruno Branch, of which 1.041 miles have been abandoned, was once operated in California by the Southern Pacific Railroad.

Historic ICC Abandonment Filings

SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
Docket Number: 16264 Date: 9/7/1948 Section: 1(18)
App. of Southern Pacific. Railroad Company and Southern Pacific Company to abandon a portion of the San Bruno Branch owned by the former company and operated by the latter company extending between Elkton Station and Bernal Station within the City and County of San Francisco, California, approximately 1.041 miles in length.
Length: 1.041 miles Citation: 271 ICC 807  
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
Docket Number: AB 12 Sub 47 Date: 10/4/1976 Section: 1a
Application filed for authority to abandon a portion of its San Bruno Branch between MP 7.39 near Daly City, and MP 10.80 near Baden, a distance of 3.41 miles in San Mateo County, Calif.
Length: 3.41 miles Citation:  

the portion of the row from baden to tanforan, as well as the portion from daly city to baden was purchased by BART, and now comprises the southern extension of BART from daly city to sfo/millbrae,. or at least to tanforan junction, the portion of the branch from SSF to tanforan junction is now owned by caltrain with the portion from the mainline to tanforan junction abandoned, and the portion from SSF to the curve in san bruno now being reconstructed as part of caltrain's new 4 track mainline

mel perry
south san francisco, CA
3/8/2012

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