The pier in Newport Beach also was a railroad station in the 1910’s. Here’s some pictures and explanations from Jeff Delaney’s book Newport Beach:
Fishermen and strollers were able to enjoy the pier on Sundays, as “nary a wheel turned on the railroad that day.”
These five girls have discovered Dragon Ice Cream, served at the railroad station.
Want more history on the history in the Newport Beach area? Browse the “Local History” category to view more pictures and history from the past.
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