Here's the paper on Yaquina City I mentioned. Apologies to the author for calling him a her in my previous post. ;o)toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Somewhere around here I've got a book about the Southern Pacific (and the other railroads it absorbed) in Oregon that has a map of the railroad in Yaquina...
On 4/25/2020 4:52 PM, Jim C wrote:
I just read a book by a lady who grew up in Toledo & she talks about the town of Yaquina being the end of the railroad from the valley. The book was published in 2004 & she claimed the old turntable is gone but there is a house built over the hole the turntable was on & is still there. Any one ever heard of this? My wife thinks the town of Yaquina was where the oyster place is.--
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