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Image of restaurants on the North Beach, as seen from the Arcadia Hotel in Santa Monica, California, situated next to the new railroad track along the beach. Signs on the restaurants read "Hot and cold lunches, Eckert and Hopf, Anheuser Busch Lager Beer" "Pavilion Restaurant" and "John Wieland lager beer." The Santa Monica Bath House is seen beyond the "John Wieland" sign, with a bandstand shell on the bluffs above (in present-day Palisades Park) and the Long Wharf visible in the distance. 282 Santa Monica Beach from Hotel Arcadia."--text, on item. "Hazard-Dyson Collection"--text, stamp on verso. Title transcribed from item; photographer and date supplied by cataloger based on a caption with image reproduced in Ernest Marquez publication Santa Monica Beach (Angel City Press, 2004), p. 110 which reads "The Southern Pacific Railroad tracks, looking north, 1893.