Tuesday
Aug122014

Subject Index of Historic Dates in San Bernardino and The Railroad:

Alice Rowen Johnson - December 25, 1888

Amelia Earhart - August 18, 1929

Arcata & Mad River Railroad - December 15, 1854

Arrowhead-shaped Pool - July 27, 1957

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Map - 1881

ATSF 3751 - May 1927

ATSF 3751 Moves into Viaduct Park- May 14, 1958

ATSF 3751 is Moved Out of S. B. - April 30, 1986

ATSF 3780 - August 27, 1957

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Base Line, Establishing the - November 7, 1852

Bell, 1903 Santa Fe - January 1903

"Bernardino" on the Map - 1823

Barney Oldfield - November 28, 1903

Bicentennial of San Bernardino - May 20, 2010

BNSF:

Merger - September 22, 1995

System Map - June 2011

Subdivisions Map - September 1, 2011

Third Rail in Cajon Pass - November 3, 2008

Bush, President George W. - October 16, 2003

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C

Cajon Pass, BNSF Third Rail in - November 3, 2008

California Theater - August 15, 1928

Carnegie Library - August 10, 1904

Casey Jones - April 30, 1900

Centennial of San Bernardino - May 20, 1910

Chair from Opera House - 1882

City Hall Closes - May 30, 2017

Colton Crossing Project - August 28, 2013

Colton Crossing, Diamond from the - May 7, 2016

Corps of Discovery - January 18, 1803

(Courthouse, New) Justice Center - May 1, 2014 

Current Santa Fe Depot - July 15, 1918

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Daily Sun, The - September 1, 1894

David H. Wixom - November 19, 1954

Depot:

At 100 Years, Santa Fe - July 15, 2018

Declared Historic, Santa Fe - February 2, 2001

In San Bernardino, First Santa Fe - 1886

Renovation Completed - June 21, 2004

Derek Parra - February 19, 2002

Diamond from the Colton Crossing - May 7, 2016

Didier Masson - January 7, 1911

Disneyland Railroad - July 17, 1955

Display Tracks - December 16, 2017

Downtown Passenger Rail Project, San Bernardino - December 16, 2017

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Earhart, Amelia - August 18, 1929

Earp:

Virginia and Nicholas - July 30, 1890

Wyatt - December 17, 1864

Earthquake - December 8, 1812

Embers, Grief - October 8, 1873

Epps, Officer Johnnie - June 30, 1947

Establishing the Base Line - November 7, 1852

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F

Fire Department Formed - October 3, 1878

First:

McDonald's, The - December 12, 1948

Passenger Train, World's - September 27, 1825

Santa Fe Depot in San Bernardino - 1886

Steam Locomotive, World's - February 21, 1804

Street Map of San Bernardino - November 16, 1854

Train in San Bernardino - September 13, 1883

U.S. Flag in San Bernardino - July 4, 1842

(Fort Benson), Jumuba - September 23, 1821

Fort San Bernardino - December 15, 1851

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G

Gas Lamp - November 2, 1881

Gold, Holcomb Discovers - May 4, 1860

Gold Scale from Starke's Hotel - 1880

Golden Spike - May 10, 1869

Grand Industrial Parade, Santa Fe - May 19, 1910

Grief Embers - October 8, 1873

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H

Harvey Girls and "The Harvey Way" - 1883

Harvey Girls (Movie), The - January 18, 1946

History and Railroad Museum - July 12, 2008

Holcomb:

Holcomb Discovers Gold - May 4, 1860

Wilson versus Holcomb - April 13, 1925

Horse Cars - January 1, 1885

Hose Wagon, Restored 1890 - January 1, 1997

Hotel, Gold Scale from Starke's - 1880

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J

J. C. Rodriquez, Medal of Honor - January 29, 1952

Jedediah Smith - August 22, 1826

"John Bull" Runs Again - September 15, 1981

Johnson, Alice Rowen - December 25, 1888

Jones, Casey - April 30, 1900

Jumuba (Fort Benson) - September 23, 1821

Justice Center (New Courthouse) - May 1, 2014 

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K

King, Jr. Statue, Martin Luther - November 8,1981

Kodachrome - August 6, 1985

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Langtry, Lillie - May 3, 1888 

Leaving Utah for San Bernardino - March 23, 1851

Lee Miles - January 20, 1935

Library:

Carnegie Library - August 10, 1904

Lillie Langtry - May 3, 1888

Locomotive, World's First Steam - February 21, 1804

Los Angeles & San Pedro RR - October 26, 1869

Lucin Cutoff, Promontory Point and - March 6, 1904

Lugo Map of Rancho San Bernardino - June 21, 1842

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M

Maps:

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Map - 1881

"Bernardino" on the Map - 1823

BNSF System - June 2011

BNSF Subdivisions - September 1, 2011

Corps of Discovery - January 18, 1803

Earthquake - December 8, 1812

First Street Map of San Bernardino - November 16, 1854

Lugo Map of Rancho San Bernardino - June 21, 1842

Old Spanish Trail - January 28, 1830

Promontory Point and Lucin Cutoff - March 6, 1904

"S. Bernardino" on a California Map - March 9, 1835

Sacramento Valley Railroad - August 4, 1852

San Bernardino - 1887

"San Bernardino" on U.S. Map - July 10, 1839

Santa Fe Shops, New - April 10, 1926

Third Street, San Bernardino - 1885

Tunnel Under the Tracks - May 28, 1928

Martin Luther King, Jr. Statue - November 8, 1981

Masson, Didier - January 7, 1911

McCall's Horse Trough - February 22, 1878

McDonald's, The First - December 2, 1948

Medal of Honor, J. C. Rodriquez - January 29, 1952

Metrolink:

Begins - October 26, 1992

Reaches San Bernardino - January 27, 1993

Miles, Lee - January 20, 1935

Mill Creek Zanja - 1819 to 1820

Monopoly Trains - December 31, 1935

Municipal Auditorium - September 10, 1923

Museum:

History and Railroad - July 12, 2008

Norton Air Force Base - March 13, 2013

Train, Santa Fe - March 31, 1986

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N

Naming San Bernardino - May 20, 1810

National Orange Show (NOS) - March 6, 1911

New Santa Fe Shops - April 10, 1926

Norton Air Force Base - March 2, 1950

Norton Air Force Base Museum Opens - March 13, 2013

NOS Rose Parade Float - January 1, 1917

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O

Obama, President Barack Hussein - December 19, 2015

Officer Johnnie Epps - June 30, 1947

Oldfield, Barney - November 28, 1903

Old Spanish Trail - January 28, 1830

Opera House, Chair from - 1882

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P

Pacific Electric - February 8, 1911

Panama Railroad - January 28, 1855

Park, Viaduct - 1960s

Parra, Derek - February 19, 2002

Patton State Hospital - August 1, 1893

Pavilion - September 20, 1913

Pioneer Park - July 2, 1915

Pioneers, Society of California - January 21, 1888

Presidents:

George W. Bush - October 16, 2003

Barack Hussein Obama - December 19, 2015

Theodore Roosevelt - May 7, 1903

Promontory Point and Lucin Cutoff - March 6, 1904 

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R

Railroads:

Arcata & Mad River Railroad - December 15, 1854

BNSF - September 22, 1995

Disneyland Railroad - July 17, 1955

Los Angeles & San Pedro RR - October 26, 1869

Panama Railroad - January 28, 1855

Sacramento Valley Railroad - August 4, 1852

S.B., Arrowhead & Waterman R.R. - June 19, 1888

San Bernardino & Redlands Railway - June 5, 1888

Southern Pacific Railroad - August 11, 1875

Rodriquez, J. C., Medal of Honor - January 29,1952

Rogers, Will - June 28, 1935

Rollng Stones, The - June 5, 1964

Roosevelt, President Theodore - May 7, 1903

Route 66 Rendezvous - September 22, 1990

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S

"S. Bernardino" on a California Map - March 9, 1835

Sacramento Valley Railroad - August 4, 1852

Sammy Davis, Jr. - November 19, 1954

"San Bernardino" on U.S. Map - July 10, 1839

San Bernardino:

Bicentennial - May 20, 2010

Centennial - May 20, 1910

County - April 26, 1853

Downtown Passenger Rail Project - December 16, 2017

Files for Bankruptcy - August 1, 2012

First Rose Parade Float - january 1, 1978

First Santa Fe Depot - 1886

First Street Map of... - November 16, 1854

First Train in... - September 13, 1883

First U.S. Flag in... - July 4, 1842

Fort... - December 15, 1851

History and Railroad Museum - July 12, 2008

Last Float - January 1, 1988

Leaving Utah for... - March 23, 1851

Lugo Map of Rancho... - June 21, 1842

Map of...  - 1887

Metrolink Reaches... - January 27, 1993

Naming... - May 20, 1810

...& Redlands Railway - June 5, 1888

Second Train in... - September 13, 1883

Sesquicentennial - May 20, 1960

Third Street- 1885

Transit Center - August 24, 2015

USS San Bernardino - March 27, 1971

Santa Fe:

1903 Bell (ATSF 1137) - January 1903

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Map - 1881

ATSF 3751 Moves into Viaduct Park- May 14, 1958

ATSF 3751 is Moved Out of S. B. - April 30, 1986

ATSF 3780 - August 27, 1957

Depot at 100 Years - July 15, 2018

Depot Burns - November 16, 1916

Depot, Current - July 15, 1918

Depot Declared Historic - February 2, 2001

Depot in San Bernardino, First - 1886

Depot Restoration Completed - June 21, 2004

Grand Industrial Parade - May 19, 1910

Museum Train - March 31, 1986

Shops, New - April 10, 1926

Siren - Date Unknown (filed in the 1920s)

Smokestack & Whistle - 1921

Superintendent's Car - October 25, 1968

sbX (san bernardino eXpress) - April 28, 2014

S. B., Arrowhead & Waterman R.R. - June 19, 1888

Scott Special - July 9, 1905

Second Train in San Bernardino - September 13, 1883

Sesquicentennial of San Bernardino - May 20, 1960

Smith, Jedediah - August 22, 1826

Smokestack & Whistle, Santa Fe - 1921

Society of California Pioneers - January 21, 1888

Southern Pacific Railroad - August 11, 1875

Spanish Trail, Old - January 28, 1830

Starke's Hotel, Gold Scale from - 1880

Steam Locomotive, World's First - February 21, 1804

Sun, The Daily - September 1, 1894

Superintendent's Car, Santa Fe - October 25, 1968

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The Daily Sun - September 1, 1894

The First McDonald's - December 2, 1948

The Rolling Stones - June 5, 1964

Theater:

California Theater - August 15, 1928

Third Rail in Cajon Pass, BNSF - November 3, 2008

Third Street, San Bernardino - 1885

"Tom Thumb" - August 28, 1830

Tracks, Display - December 16, 2017

Train, World's First Passenger - September 27, 1825

Transit Center, San Bernardino - August 24, 2015

Tunnel Under the Tracks - May 28, 1928

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U

USS San Bernardino - March 27, 1971

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V

Valles, Judith - March 2, 1998

Viaduct Park - 1960s

Virginia and Nicholas Earp - July 30, 1890

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W

Wagon, Restored 1890 Hose - January 1, 1997

Whistle, Santa Fe Smokestack & - 1921

Wilcox, Evyln - June 3, 1985

Will Rogers - June 28, 1935

Wilson versus Holcomb - April 13, 1925

Wixom, David H. - December 3, 1889

World's First Passenger Train - September 27, 1825

Wyatt Earp - December 17, 1864

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Y

Z

Zanja, Mill Creek - 1819 to 1820 

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