|Color postcard of the Bay Shore Limited, c. 1910, after the demolition of the curio shop. (Santa Cruz Public Libraries)|
|The west end of the Bay Shore Limited loop, with the Pleasure Pier in the background. (Harold von Gorder Collection).|
|The Bay Shore Limited beside the Plunge, 1907. At right is the skating rink|
and at left is the curio shop, both in the style of the 1904 Neptune Casino
suggesting they survived the fire of 1906. [SC Sentinel]
|The eastern end of the Bay Shore Limited, showing the long platform out to the turnaround. (Harold von Gorder)|
|The Sun Tan Jr. parked beside its runaround siding on the western end of the|
Boardwalk, c. 1930. Loff Carousel building visible at left. [SC Sentinel]
|Photograph of the Sun Tan Jr. running alongside the Boardwalk with the Laff-Land dark ride at left, c. 1930.|
|The City of Santa Cruz Streamliner on its elevated track beside the main|
Boardwalk, c. 1940 [SC Sentinel]
|The Cave Train to the Lost World, April 2014. (Dexter Francis)|
|The Cave Train at its depot at the eastern end of the Boardwalk, 1964.|
Citations & Credits:
- Beal, Chandra Moira and Richard A. Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk: The Early Years—Never a Dull Moment (Pacific Group, 2003).
- "Little Puffer Steam Train". San Francisco Zoo.
- Rice, Walter and Emiliano Echeverria. Images of Rail: Rails of California's Central Coast (Arcadia, 2008).
- Santa Cruz Sentinel, 05/05/1938, 2:1-3.
- Santa Cruz Sentinel, 09/20/1964, 21.