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Petaluma & Santa Rosa Railway Company Stony Point Quarry plaque on the P&SR Railroad Powerhouse building at 238 Petaluma Avenue, Sebastopol, California, about 2002
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Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
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Photo--color: P&SR railroad Powerhouse building circa 2002 at 238 Petaluma Avenue. Photo is of the engraved name of the building -Petaluma & Santa Rosa Railway Company Stony Point Quarry." Dick Hogan purchases the powerhouse in 1961 or 62. Previously owned by Golden Eagle Milling Co. who used it for hay and feed storage. The building was constructed of stone from the Stony Point Quarry.
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