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By Tom Ferrall
Staff Writer 

Caboose lands in Fallbrook

 

Last updated 6/23/2018 at 4:15pm

Andrew Weldy photo

A Santa Fe caboose takes flight – courtesy of Bragg Crane and Rigging – in downtown Fallbrook, June 14. The caboose landed safely at its new residence – just northwest of the intersection of Main Avenue and Elder Street – where it will serve as the main attraction of the new Fallbrook Railroad Heritage Park.

Approximately a month later than Fallbrook Village Association members had planned – thanks to San Diego County permitting processes related to traffic engineered plans – a Santa Fe caboose landed in downtown Fallbrook, June 14.

The caboose's arrival at the intersection of Main Avenue and Elder Street signified the completion of phase one of the new Fallbrook Railroad Heritage Park, a pocket park designed to showcase the town's rich railroad history and attract both locals and tourists to downtown.

"It feels like we accomplished something, so it's a good feeling," FVA President Roy Mo...



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