The SM Mercury News ran a couple of photos of the 150 anniversary celebration of commuter rail service on the peninsula line that the print edition claims are here, but I can't find them there so I have one of our own instead. The special train stopped in B'game long enough for the Native Sons of the Golden West to present a historic plaque to members of the B'game Historical Society. The plaque will be mounted on our historic train station. It's a little small in the photo but it reads in part
Burlingame Depot, Opened 1894
This Building Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978
In addition to the Wikipedia link above you can read about the Native Sons here. We thank them for the plaque and the recognition of our depot as a key development in our little burg. It's too bad our B'way station can't get some recognition as well--or at least more frequent service especially since ridership is way up.