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New Santa Fe Depot to be Concrete
Los Angeles Evening Newspaper
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"The Santa Fe company pins faith to Los Angeles and to reinforced concrete. Construction by awarding a concrete freight depot one-quarter of a mile long to be erected on Santa Fe Avenue, extending from Third to Fourth streets, in Angel City. The Immense building will be built under the direction of General Manager Wells and Acting Chief Engineer Morse of the Santa Fe Railway company, in accordance with drawings and specifications prepared by Harrison Albright, architect of this city, and under his supervision. The contract for the building has been awarded to Carl Leonardt of this city, he being the lowest bidder for the work among a number of noted builders from various parts of the country. The extreme dimensions of the building will be 1,320 feet in length by 91 feet in width. The building will be constructed entirely of reinforced concrete, with clear spans between columns of sixty feet."
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