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Upland Waiting Station

The Mural is adjacent to a small, stone building that was built in 1906 as a Waiting Station for the local trolley line. The building is in a park in the foothills at the base of Mount Baldy and was the end of the line for the trolley. Passengers could spend the day in the adjacent park, or ride in touring cars up to Baldy Village on the mountain. The mural is about Willliam Kerckhoff, owner of the trolley line, and illustrates some of his other accomplishments as well as the trolley and Waiting Station.

  Upland Waiting Station
  43 x 7 ft., acrylic on concrete
  April, 2008
  Upland, CA