The Railroad Town of Alameda – South Coast Pacific Railroad

Join Alameda Post Editor and award-winning East Bay historian Dennis Evanosky for a walking tour covering Alameda’s role as a railroad town.

On Saturday, May 14. The narrow-gauge South Pacific Coast Railroad arrives. Meet at the fountain at the intersection of Encinal Avenue and High Street.

Tour starts at 9 a.m. and end at 11:30 a.m.

Alameda Post - Early East Bay railroad lines

Alameda Post - East End of Alameda map from 1878

Space will be limited, so we recommend signing up now to guarantee your spot if you are interested in attending. Day-of-event tickets may be available for $20 per person, based on available space.

Well-behaved dogs, strollers, and mobility devices welcome. Total walking distance will be between 1-2 miles.

We encourage attendees to wear masks for this event, particularly when in close contact with others, especially if you have not been vaccinated and/or boosted. We also encourage attendees to social distance to minimize any potential risks.




May 14 2022


9:00 am - 11:30 am


Encinal Ave & High St Fountain
3601 Encinal Ave, Alameda, CA 94501, USA

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