Saugus Garage, circa 1920's
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Photograph of Saugus Garage, circa 1920's.
Saugus was named for the Massachusetts birthplace of local land owner Henry Mayo Newhall.
Also known as "Surrey," the town took shape in 1887 when the Saugus Train Station was erected at the approximate site of the old Newhall Depot. (The town
of Newhall and its depot were established in 1876 near the intersection of present-day San
Fernando Road and Magic Mountain Parkway. The town and depot picked up and moved two miles south, to Sixth Street
and Railroad Avenue, in January-February 1878.)
AL1925: 9600 dpi jpeg from 300 dpi jpeg of original photograph
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