Petaluma to Haystack, CA
This scene may not look like much today, but this was once the southern terminus of the "Cows and Chickens Line", the Petaluma and Haystack Railroad. This area offered transfers between ferries from San Francisco and passenger trains to Petaluma on the P&H. In the mid 1800s, this short-lived railroad line used both steam locomotives and mule-drawn carriages to move passengers between its namesake towns. Photo by Andrew Laverdiere, November 2008.
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