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This website is a constant work-in-progress, with articles updated regularly throughout the site. Much of the information comes from local railroad fans such as yourselves. If you have information regarding local railroads, photographs or railroad documents, or you feel a mistake has been made or information omitted from an article, leave a comment on the appropriate page or email me at author@santacruztrains.com. This site would not be possible without your help and support. Thank you! – Derek R. Whaley

References

This extensive bibliography includes all of the references cited from Santa Cruz Trains: Railroads of the Santa Cruz Mountains, as well as numerous additional citations used in articles on this site. All digital resources are hyperlinked while books are linked to Amazon.com, if not available for free online.
  • Abandoned Rails. “The South Pacific Coast Railroad”.
  • Abandoned Rails. “The Vasona Branch”.
  • About the Sanctuary Exploration Center”. National Marine Sanctuaries.
  • A.K. Salz Company Minute Book. Salz Leather Collection. Santa Cruz, CA: Museum of Art & History, nd.
  • “Alma: station plan”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, March 1915/October 7, 1921. Tube 385, ID 19799. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the Legislature of the State of California”, vol. 4. Sacramento: California State Printing, 1889.
  • Beal, Richard A. Highway 17: The Road to Santa Cruz. 2nd edition. Aptos, CA: The Pacific Group, 1991.
  • Bender, Henry E., Jr. “SP San Jose to Santa Cruz (ex-South Pacific Coast Ry.)”. Unpublished.
  • Bergtold, Peggy Conaway. "Los Gatos History Timeline", Los Gatos Weekly-Times.
  • Bergtold, Peggy Conaway and Stephanie Ross Mathews. Legendary Locals of Los Gatos. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia, 2014.
  • Billy Jones Wildcat Railroad and W.E. ‘Bill’ Mason Carousel”. Billy Jones Wildcat Railroad.
  • “Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz Co., Cal.”, June 1892. New York: Sanborn-Perris Map Co. Ltd., 1892.
  • “Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz Co., Cal.”, June 1897. New York: Sanborn-Perris Map Co. Ltd., 1897.
  • “Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz Co., Cal.”, June 1897. Corrected July 1901. New York: Sanborn-Perris Map Co. Ltd., 1897.
  • “Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz Co., Cal.”, July 1908. New York: Sanborn Map Co., 1908.
  • “Boulder Creek: station plan”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, May 1911/March 1936. Box 20, ID 19587. California State Railroad Museum.
  • Bowdidge, Robert. “Hunt Brothers Packing Company”, Packing Houses of Santa Clara County Wiki.
  • ---. “Robert’s Vasona Branch Blog: San Jose history, as seen from the railroad tracks”.
  • Brown, Randall C. The San Lorenzo Valley Water District: A History. NL: San Lorenzo Valley Water District, 2011.
  • Brown, Randall C. and Traci Bliss. “Two Trees for General Fremont”, Redwood Logging and Conservation in the Santa Cruz Mountains—A Split History. Santa Cruz, CA: Museum of Art & History, 2014: 100-112.
  • Bruntz, George G. The History of Los Gatos: Gem of the Foothills. Fresno, CA: Valley Publishers, 1971.
  • California Commissioners of Transportation. “Report of the Board of Commissioners of Transportation to the Legislature of the State of California”. Sacramento: F.P. Thompson, Superintendent State Printing, 1877.
  • California Department of Natural Resources Division of Mines. California Journal of Mines & Geology, 43:1 (January 1947). San Francisco: California Department of Natural Resources.
  • ---. California Journal of Mines & Geology, 50:1 (January 1954). San Francisco: California Department of Natural Resources.
  • ---. “Geologic Formations and Economic Development of the Oil and Gas Fields of California”, California Journal of Mines & Geology, Sacramento: California State Printing Office, 1943.
  • California Regional Water Quality Control Board. “Central Coast Region, Staff Report for Regular Meeting of September 9, 2005”, 06/23/2005, item 14.
  • California State Mining Bureau. “The Structural and Industrial Materials of California”, Bulletin No. 38. San Francisco: np, 1906.
  • ---. “Tenth Annual Report of The State Mineralogist For The Year Ending December 1, 1890”. Sacramento: State Printing Office, 1890.
  • Chase, John and Daniel Platt Gregory. The Sidewalk Companion to Santa Cruz Architecture. Scotts Valley, CA: Kestrel Press, 2005.
  • Clark, Donald Thomas. Santa Cruz County Place Names: A Geographical Dictionary. Scotts Valley, CA: Kestrel Press, 2008.
  • “Clems: station plan”. Southern Pacific, May 1910/ June 1934. Box 21, ID 19724. California State Railroad Museum.
  • Conaway, Peggy. Images of America: Los Gatos. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia, 2004.
  • ---. Images of America: Los Gatos Generations. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia, 2007.
  • ---. “Los Gatos bids good-bye to train service in 1959,” Los Gatos Weekly-Times, 22 January 2009.
  • Davis, Fenelon F. and Charles W. Jennings. “Mines and Mineral Resources of Santa Clara County, California”, California Journal of Mines and Geology, 50:2. San Francisco: California State Division of Mines, 1954.
  • Drury, George H. “Railway Express Agency: Yesterday’s Federal Express”. Trains Magazine.
  • “Eblis: spur for Hihn Company”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, October 24, 1907. Box 33, ID 20832. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Eccles-Olympia (former Union Mill): station plan”. Southern Pacific, June 1911. Box 21, ID 19751. California State Railroad Museum.
  • Eckel, Edwin C. “Limestone Deposits of the San Francisco Region”, California Division of Mines, Report 29. San Francisco: 1933.
  • Emery, Jeff. “Backroads”. Undated letter from Stanley Stevens.
  • “Engineer’s report of bridge renewal, first crossing, Los Gatos Creek, near Lyndon”. South Pacific Coast, 1915/1921. Box 419.11, ID 54815. California State Railroad Museum.
  • Ennis, Dwight. “The Real Santa Cruz Lumber Company”, Santa Cruz Lumber Company Garden Railroad. Milpitas, CA: 2002.
  • “Felton and Felton Junction”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, November 1907. Big Four Map Case 80, ID 20656. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Fifth and Sixth crossings of Los Gatos Creek”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, January 26, 1910. ID 20609. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Fish Hatchery Grounds”, July 1905. H.W.H. Penniman, surveyor. San Lorenzo Valley Museum.
  • Foote, Horace S., ed. Pen Pictures From the Garden of the World or Santa Clara County, California. Chicago: Lewis Publishing Group, 1888.
  • “Foundation plan for San Lorenzo River Bridge, Felton Line Change”. Southern Pacific, September 1907. Big Four Map Case 13, ID 62908. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Foundation plan of fourth crossing San Lorenzo near Brookdale”. Southern Pacific, August 1917. Big Four Map Case 85, ID 62549. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Foundation plan of seventh crossing San Lorenzo River near Boulder Creek”. Southern Pacific, August 1917. Big Four Map Case 85, ID 62906. California State Railroad Museum.
  • Gibson, Jack. “Last Train to Los Gatos”, The Ferroquinologist: Los Gatos Branch Special (May 2007). Central Coast Chapter: National Railroad Historical Society.
  • Gibson, Ross Eric. “Historical Memories Haunt Brookdale”, Santa Cruz Public Libraries.
  • ---. “Vanished Resort’s Glory Days Recalled”, Santa Cruz Public Libraries.
  • “Glenwood: [station plan]”. Southern Pacific, August 1913. Box 22, ID 19767. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Glenwood: station plan”. November 1939. Southern Pacific. Tube 501, ID 19645. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Golf Links (formerly Powder Works) in rancho Canada del Rincon: [station plan]”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, December 1911/June 1934. Box 22, ID 51653. California State Railroad Museum.
  • Graves, Aubrey. The Haunted Brookdale Lodge. Seattle, WA: CreateSpace, 2014.
  • Gudnason, Kay. Rings in the Redwoods: The Story of Mount Hermon. Mount Hermon, CA: Mount Hermon Association, 1972.
  • Hamilton, Fletcher. “Report XVII of the State Mineralogist: Mining in California During 1920.” California State Mining Bureau, San Francisco, January 1921. Sacramento: California State Printing Office, 1921. 
  • Hamman, Rick. California Central Coast Railways. Santa Cruz, CA: Otter B Books, 2002.
  • Harrison, E.S. History of Santa Cruz County, California. San Francisco: Pacific Press Publishing, 1892.
  • Hatch, Andrew Jackson. “Official Map of Santa Cruz County [1889]: full map with index of tiles”. San Francisco: CF Weber & Co., 1889. McHenry Library, special collections. University of California, Santa Cruz.
  • Hirasaki, Joanne. “Roaring Camp Railroads: A Wild and Roaring Camp”. 2003.
  • Hooked on Los Gatos”, Library and History Museum Project.
  • Hoover, Mildred Brooke. Historic Spots in California. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 1948.
  • Hubbard, Henry G. “Stone Industry: Crushed Rock, Sand and Gravel”, Santa Cruz County History – Making a Living. Santa Cruz Public Libraries.
  • Interstate Commerce Commission. “Reports and Decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission of the United States,” vol. 242. NL: L.K. Strouse, 1941.
  • Jett, Blair David. “Brookdale Lodge”.
  • Johnston, Dave. “Zayante [...] a record holder [...]”, Valley Press, N/D.
  • Kelley, Edward and Peggy Conaway. Images of Rail: Railroads of Los Gatos. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia, 2006.
  • Kifle, Beniam and Nathan Goodman. Images of Rail: Roaring Camp Railroads. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia, 2013.
  • Koch, Margaret. “Glenwood: Charlie Martin’s Town”, Santa Cruz County History Journal, Issue 1 (1994): 107-111.
  • ---. Santa Cruz County: Parade of the Past. Santa Cruz, CA: Western Tanager Press, 1973.
  • Krassow, Janet and Randy. “A Walk Through Time: Frederick A. Hihn”, Santa Cruz Public Libraries.
  • LaBelle Woodworking. “Southern Pacific Company”.
  • Lehmann, Susan. “Quail Hollow Ranch: a history”. Santa Cruz, CA: Santa Cruz County Historical Resources Commission, 1992.
  • ---. “Resort & Recreation Development: Surfing, other recreational sites”, Santa Cruz County History – Making a Living.
  • Leitritz, Earl. “A History of California’s Fish Hatcheries 1870–1960”, Fish Bulletin 150. State of California: The Resources Agency: Department of Fish & Game: Inland Fisheries Branch, 1970.
  • Liddicoat, Brian. Personal correspondence.
  • The Life, Times and Legacy of Phebe Abbott Rideout”, Rideout Health.
  • Local Ballot Measures, 1998 November General”. Santa Cruz Public Libraries.
  • Lodi News-Sentinel. Various articles.
  • Lorenzen, Ken. Personal correspondence.
  • Los Gatos Evening News. Various articles.
  • Los Gatos Library. “5.1 Businesses”.
  • “Los Gatos, Santa Clara Co., Cal.”, September 1884. New York: Sanborn Map & Publishing Co. Ltd., 1884.
  • “Los Gatos, Santa Clara Co., Cal.”, May 1888. New York: Sanborn Map & Publishing Co. Ltd., 1888.
  • “Los Gatos, S’ta Clara Co., Cal.”, February 1891. New York: Sanborn-Perris Map Co. Ltd., 1891.
  • “Los Gatos, Santa Clara Co., Cal.”, April 1895. New York: Sanborn-Perris Map Co. Ltd., 1895.
  • “Los Gatos, Santa Clara Co., California”, October 1904. New York: Sanborn Map Co., 1904.
  • Los Gatos Times-Saratoga Observer. Various articles.
  • “Los Gatos to Wright: topography and alignment in vicinity of 58 H.I.” Southern Pacific, Coast Division, October 1909. ID 24131. California State Railroad Museum.
  • Luther, Michael. Personal correspondence.
  • MacGregor, Bruce A. The Birth of California Narrow Gauge: A Regional Study of the Technology of Thomas and Martin Catert. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2003.
  • ---. Narrow Gauge Portrait: South Pacific Coast. Felton, CA: Glenwood Publishers, 1975.
  • ---. South Pacific Coast: An Illustrated History of the Narrow Gauge South Pacific Coast Railroad. Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1968.
  • MacGregor, Bruce A. and Richard Truesdale. A Centennial: South Pacific Coast. Boulder, CO: Pruett Publishing, 1982.
  • Martin, Joan Gilbert and Colleen McInerney-Meagher. Pogonip: Jewel of Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz, CA: Otter B Books, 2007.
  • Mathews, Stephanie Ross. Postcard History Series: Los Gatos. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia, 2009.
  • McCaleb, Charles S. Surf, Sand & Streetcars: A Mobile History of Santa Cruz, California, second edition. Santa Cruz, CA: Museum of Art & History, 2005.
  • McCarthy, Nancy F. Where Grizzlies Roamed the Canyons. Palo Alto, CA: Garden Court Press, 1994.
  • McCrackin, Josephine C. “Reminiscences of Bret Harte and Pioneer Days in the West,” Overland Monthly, 66:6 (Dec. 1915): 1-4.
  • McLaughlin, Mark. Western Train Adventures: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly. Carnelian Bay, CA: Mic Mac Publishing, 2003.
  • “Meehan: station plan, proposed extension of passing track”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, September 1909/November 1928. ID 20653. California State Railroad Museum.
  • Nanney, Duncan. Personal correspondence.
  • National Park Service. “Forbes Mill Annex”, Santa Clara County: California’s Historic Silicon Valley.
  • Nelson, Robert L. “Cunningham, James F (1844-1907)”, Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans.
  • “Newell Creek Railway”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, February 1909. Box 33, ID 20848. California State Railroad Museum.
  • Oak Meadow Park”, Town of Los Gatos, California.
  • Oakland Daily Evening Tribune. Various articles.
  • Oakland Tribune. Various articles.
  • Panacy, Peter. “Venice Miniature Railway: A Brief History and Its Influence on the Billy Jones Wildcat Railroad”.
  • Payne, Stephen Michael. “Felling the Giants”. Santa Cruz, CA: Santa Cruz Public Libraries.
  • Pepper, George. Personal correspondence.
  • Perry, Frank A.; Robert W. Piwarzyk; Michael D. Luther; Alverda Orlando; Allan Molho; and Sierra L. Perry. Lime Kiln Legacies: The History of the Lime Industry in Santa Cruz County. Santa Cruz, CA: Museum of Art & History, 2007.
  • Piwarzyk, Robert W. “The H.T. Holmes Lime Company”. Santa Cruz, CA: Santa Cruz Public Libraries, 1996.
  • ---. “The Roads of Bonny Doon”. Santa Cruz, CA: Santa Cruz Public Libraries, 1996.
  • “Rancho Cañada del Rincon, B”. University of California, Santa Cruz, special collections.
  • Remediation Testing & Design (RTD). “Site Features Map, 7710 East Zayante Road, Felton, California”, Project 2K911-1, Figure 2. 2011.
  • “Report of the Board of Commissioners of Transportation to the Legislature of the State of California”, Dec. 1877. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the Twenty-Second Session of the Legislature of the State of California, vol. II. Sacramento: State Office, 1878.
  • “Rincon”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, October 1909. ID 20623. California State Railroad Museum.
  • Robertson, Donald B. Encyclopedia of Western Railroad History, vol. IV. Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 1986.
  • Robinson, Lisa A. “Barbecue at Siesta”, Santa Cruz Mountain Bulletin 3:1 (January 2014), 5:3.
  • ---. Images of America: The San Lorenzo Valley. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia, 2012.
  • ---. “The San Lorenzo Valley Flume Chronicle”, Redwood Logging and Conservation in the Santa Cruz Mountains—A Split History. Santa Cruz, CA: Museum of Art & History, 2014: 51-59.
  • ---. “Two Valley Buildings Honored with Blue Plaques,” Santa Cruz Mountain Bulletin, 3:5 (May 2014), 4:2.
  • Rodgers, E.D. “Map of the town of Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz Co., Cal.; compiled from official and private surveys by E. D. Rodgers”. 1905. McHenry Library, special collections. University of California, Santa Cruz.
  • Rogers, Paul. “Ghost town remnants resurface as Lexington Reservoir level falls”, San Jose Mercury News, 6 December 2008.
  • Rountree, Edward T. “A Commentary on the book ‘SOUTH PACIFIC COAST’ by Bruce A. MacGregor”. Doris M. Johnson and Elizabeth Spedding Calciano, eds. Santa Cruz, CA: University Library, 1974.
  • Rowland, Leon. Santa Cruz: The Early Years—The Collected Historical Writings of Leon Rowland including Old Santa Cruz Mission, Villa de Branciforte, The Story of Old Soquel, The Annals of Santa Cruz, Los Fundadores. Santa Cruz, CA: Paper Vision Press, 1980.
  • Sacramento Daily Union. Various articles.
  • San Francisco Call. Various articles.
  • San Francisco Chronicle. Various articles.
  • San Jose Evening News. Various articles.
  • San Jose Mercury. Santa Clara County and Its Resources: Historical, Descriptive, Statistical—A Souvenir of the San Jose Mercury. San José: CA: San Jose Mercury Pub. & Print. Company, 1895.
  • San Jose Mercury News. Various articles.
  • San Jose News. Various articles.
  • “Santa Cruz, Cal.”, October 1883. New York: Sanborn Map & Publishing Co. Ltd., 1883.
  • “Santa Cruz, California”, July 1886. New York: Sanborn Map & Publishing Co. Ltd., 1886.
  • “Santa Cruz, California”, May 1888. New York: Sanborn Map & Publishing Co. Ltd., 1888.
  • “Santa Cruz/Camp Capitola, California”, July 1892. New York: Sanborn-Perris Map Co. Ltd., 1892.
  • “Santa Cruz/Camp Capitola, California, 1905. New York: Sanborn Map Co., 1905.
  • “Santa Cruz/Camp Capitola, California, 1917. New York: Sanborn Map Co., 1917.
  • Santa Cruz County Clerk Records. Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History collection.
  • Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission, “Rail Projects”.
  • Santa Cruz Evening News. Various articles.
  • Santa Cruz Evening Sentinel. Various articles.
  • Santa Cruz Morning Sentinel. Various articles.
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel. Various articles.
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel-News. Various articles.
  • Santa Cruz Surf. Various articles.
  • Santa Cruz Weekly Sentinel. Various articles.
  • “The South Pacific Coast Railroad”, Mining and Scientific Press, 36:1 (8 Jun. 1878). San Francisco: Dewey & Co., 361.
  • “South Pacific Coast Railway: alignment at trestle 70 E near Meehan”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, March 1904. Box 33, ID 22118. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “South Pacific Coast Railway: alignment at trestle 70 E near Meehan”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, April 1904. Box 33, ID 22117. California State Railroad Museum.
  • Southern Lumber. “Over 100 Years of Service and Selection”.
  • Southern Pacific Railroad. Employee timetable collection. Santa Cruz Division and Coast Division—Pacific System. Inclusive of the years 1892 to 1942. Southern Pacific Railroad Company Collection. Sacramento: California State Railroad Museum.
  • ---. Officers, Stations & Agencies Book. Inclusive of the years 1888 to 1942. Southern Pacific Railroad Company Collection. Sacramento: California State Railroad Museum.
  • ---. “Watsonville, Zones 7-8”. April 1973. George Pepper collection.
  • Spitalere, Paul. “Remembering Lexington and Alma”.
  • Stanley, Richard G. Subsurface and Petroleum Geology of the Southwestern Santa Clara Valley (“Silicon Valley”), California. U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 2002.
  • “Station plan of Brackney and Glen Arbor”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, May 1911/January 1922. Box 20, ID 19603. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Station plan of Brackney and Glen Arbor”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, February 1926/October 30, 1930. Box 20, ID 19613. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Station plan of Brookdale – Harris – Filbert”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, June 1926. Box 20, ID 19711. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Station plan of Call of the Wild”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, September 1913/February 19, 1938. Tube 503, ID 19661. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Station plan of Laurel”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, July 26, 1921/March 28, 1934. Box 24, ID 19887. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Station plan of Wright”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, April 1931/May 1938. ID 18662. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Station plan, Phillipshurst, Siesta, Fish Hatchery”. Southern Pacific, June 1926. Box 26, ID 20089. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Stein Switch”, August 1894. E.D. Perry, co-surveyor. San Lorenzo Valley Museum.
  • Stevens, Stanley D. and Benjamin Schwantes. 
  • Frederick August Hihn”, Immigrant Entrepreneurship: German-American Business Biographies, 1720 to the Present, vol. 2. William J. Hausman, ed. German Historical Institute, 2014. 
  • ---. “Laurel – F.A. Hihn’s Company Town”, Redwood Logging and Conservation in the Santa Cruz Mountains—A Split History. Santa Cruz, CA: Museum of Art & History, 2014: 84-99.
  • The Story of Roaring Camp Railroads & Historical Facts”, Roaring Camp Railroads.
  • Swift, Mike. Personal correspondence.
  • Taylor, Charles William, Jr. Eminent Californians, 1953. Palo Alto, CA: C.W. Taylor Publishing, 1953.
  • “Third crossing of Los Gatos Creek”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, March 2, 1910. ID 20607. California State Railroad Museum.
  • United States Department of the Interior, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service, “National Register of Historic Places Inventory—Nomination Form: Phillipshurst/Riverwood”.
  • Vail, Jim. Personal correspondence.
  • ---. “Santa Cruz in the ‘Forties”, S-P Trainline. Vol. 87 (Spring 2006). Southern Pacific Historical & Technical Society. 15-22.
  • “Vasona Junction to Santa Cruz”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, January 1909. ID 20616. California State Railroad Museum.
  • Verardo, Jennie Denis and Denzil. Restless Paradise: Santa Cruz County—An Illustrated History. NL: Windsor Publications, 1987.
  • Villemaire, Janice. Personal correspondence.
  • Von Gease, Wilton. Legends of Jackass Flats. San José, CA: Cambrian Press, 1985.
  • “Water station layout”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, August 1922. Box 33, ID 8677. California State Railroad Museum.
  • Watts, William Lord. Oil and Gas Yielding Formations of California, Issue 19 of Bulletin of the California State Mining Bureau. Sacramento: A.J. Johnston, 1900.
  • Wees, Vicki. “Felton Grove: History, Stories, Photos and Floods—150 Years of Life in the Grove”.
  • Whaley, Derek R. Santa Cruz Trains: Railroads of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Santa Cruz, CA: CreateSpace, 2015.
  • Wiley, Marlene. “Riding the Picnic Trains”, Los Gatos Museum Association. Mountain Network News, 2009.
  • Willey, Samuel Hopkins. A Historical Paper Relating to Santa Cruz, California: Prepared in Pusuance of the Resolutions of Congress for the National Centennial Celebration, July 4, 1876 at the Request of the Common Council of Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz, CA: A.L. Bancroft Printing Department, 1876.
  • Woolpert, Rose Ann. “History”, Graniterock.
  • ---. Personal correspondence.
  • Wulf, William A. “Steel Rails in Los Gatos”, The Ferroequinologist, 25 January 1959. San José: CA: Coast Railway Club, 1959.
  • Young, John V. Ghost Towns of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Lafayette, CA: Great West Books, 2002.
  • “Zayante: proposed new wood spur and line change”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, November 1907. Box 33, ID 20831. California State Railroad Museum.
  • “Zayante: station plan”. Southern Pacific, Coast Division, June 1934/December 31, 1938/March 25, 1941. Box 69, ID 18623. California State Railroad Museum.
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