|Location of Waterman Switch. (Google Maps)|
|The California Timber Company Mill along Waterman Creek, c. 1910. (Santa Cruz Museum & Art & History)|
The clearing 1/8-mile down Saratoga Toll Road in Castle Rock State Park is the historic site of Waterman Switch, with the right-of-way for both the main extension line (that once passed the site for another mile north) and the small Waterman Spur still visible in the underbrush opposite the clearing. The old wagon road is likely the overgrown and gated fire road that is located across the street and at a 30˚ westward angle from the entrance to Saratoga Toll Road. The right-of-way through this area is still visible, especially when heading southward. Any relics of the Waterman Switch operation itself, if there were any, are no longer extant. Along Waterman Creek, it is unknown whether any remnants of the mill remain, though an extant log dam continues to block the stream today according to the 'Pescadero-Butano Watershed Assessment: Final Report" of March 5, 2004.
- Rick Hamman, California Central Coast Railways (Santa Cruz: Otter B Books, 2002).