Abandoned Rails of

Fresno, California

Former AT&SF track remnant in foreground with the former freight...
Former AT&SF track remnant in foreground with the former freight station in background. Note the "Santa Fe" sign has not been maintained. A BNSF TOFC (piggyback) train passes by on the mainline behind the freight station. Photo by Mike Palmer, April 2011.
A crossbuck still stands guard at the abandoned crossing with Mo...
A crossbuck still stands guard at the abandoned crossing with Mono Street. It has seen better days. Photo by Mike Palmer, April 2011.
Track remnants at the former Inyo Street crossing. Brick buildin...
Track remnants at the former Inyo Street crossing. Brick building at left is now a bakery. Photo by Mike Palmer, April 2011.

—  ICC Abandonment Filings  —

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway
Docket: 18619 8/3/1954 Section: 1 & 5
App. of the City of Fresno, California, for (1) issuance of a certificate of pub. convenience and nec. authorizing The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company to abandon operations and remove segments of its tracks within Fresno, Calif. and substitution therefore, trackage rights over the Southern Pacific Company, in and near Fresno, California, including the joint building and use of a union passenger station by both railroads.
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