Eastern Railway San Diego Arizona extends to 235.61 miles of harsh desert landscapes and rocks. Many of the engineers of the early 20th century considered the project for the construction of this road utopian: too many difficulties met during the work builders. Today, much of the road is deserted, recalling the original grandeur of the Great era of railroads.
At the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, during the great age of railways, every city on the western coastline of the North American continent for growth and prosperity needed a fast and reliable transport line support from the East. San Diego at the time was a small port city and business pioneers of the then decided that for the growth of the city they need a direct connection to El Centro in the east, to transport goods from the larger neighbor to the north - Los Angeles. Then it was proposed to lay railroad San Diego - Arizona.
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