McClain (Herbert A.) Photographs
Santa Fe Railroad Depot built in the early 1900's with the famous "California Construction." The building joists were on the outside of the building and the siding was inside, a single thickness of sheeting, no lath or plaster. Plumbing web added later was on the outside. "It didn't freeze in California so why build with thick walls."
McClain, Hubert A.
Los Angeles County - South Pasadena (Calif.)
Sante Fe Railroad
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