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Facade of the P&SR Powerhouse building in Sebastopol, California, facing south
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Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
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Photo--black and white: The P&SR Powerhouse building in Sebastopol--facade facing south. The Powerhouse was built in 1903 and was the power source for the Petaluma & Santa Rosa Railroad which was an electric railway. The first cars were run over the line in 1904, and the later named Hogan Building, built of stone from a local Stony Point quarry, is one of the few in the area that made it through the 1906 earthquake.
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