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Friday, April 19, 2013

CHERISHING OUR VALLEY                    2013

In its early days, the San Fernando Valley town of Chatsworth was called "Chatsworth Park," In this photograph you can see the tracks of a railroad spur that carried stone from the Santa Suzanna Hills to the Los Angeles Harbor in San Pedro, under construction. 

 
Chatsworth Park c. 1900 - Gift to The Museum of the San Fernando Valley from Gary Fredburg 2013. (click on image to enlarge it.)
This image was likely taken from a small hill west of present-day Topanga Canyon Boulevard toward Lassen Street in Chatsworth.Above the trees is the Graves and Hill General Store.

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