|Location of station (Courtesy Duncan Nanney)|
|Glen Arbor Station during the late 1910s looking toward the north-east.|
|Glen Arbor Station hosting a passenger train, as viewed from the Coffee resident that looked directly west down Glen Arbor Drive, late 1910s (Courtesy Bruce MacGregor)|
|Site of Glen Arbor Station today. (Courtesy Google Street View)|
Concerning the spur line that existed at Glen Arbor, it likely became present-day Lorenzo Way for a while longer before terminating a short distance away. Other spur lines may also have been in the area, catering to local farms and related industries. The history of this area is still being researched.
- Clark, Donald Thomas, Santa Cruz County Place Names: A Geographic Dictionary (Scotts Valley, CA: Kestrel Press, 2008).