|Glenwood Resort's Villa as it appeared in the 1960s|
|Glenwood Magnetic Springs Resort, including Summer Home Farm, Villaga Fontenay, and Glenwood Hotel|
|Glenwood freight depot at an unknown date, though after 1909 when the line was completely broad-gauaged.|
|Glenwood Station with Glenwood Magnetic Springs Resort in the background, c. 1919.|
|Glenwood in 1941 a few months before the tracks were pulled. The station house has already been demolished.|
Compare this photograph to the one above, they depict almost identical locations.
BONUS IMAGES: Provided by The Society of California Pioneers via "The Stereoviews of Carleton Watkins", these images portray Glenwood Magnetic Springs in the early 1900s from various views.
ADDITIONAL IMAGES: Provided by Jeff Escott. All color photographs are circa 1979.
|Panoramic view of Glenwood Valley with captions noting locations of structures in valley.|
|Glenwood Station in the 1880s with a push cart sitting on the tracks with pushers. Note three rows of tracks, the lever for the Glenwood turntable at right, and the Glenwood General Store in the background.|
|The original feeding trough at Glenwood Station, with the words "General" still visible in 1979.|
|A picnic train parked with picnickers at the meadow immediately south of Glenwood Station, c. 1890s.|
|The rough site of the picnic scene above, based on trees in the mid-ground.|
|A signal block on the property of Glenwood Station.|
|A train parked at Glenwood Station on a snowy day in the 1890s. The post office is at right.|
|A modern-day photograph of the post office building and site of Glenwood Station.|
|A train blasting around the corner from the Glenwood Tunnel into Glenwood Station. Automatic Block Signals flank the train while box cars sit on a siding at left. Another spur sits between them.|