The Rail Road had not yet reached the Imperial Valley when we first started living there. The people got around on horseback or wagons. Many people simply walked.
There were the Butterfield Stagecoaches. They used to run through here years ago. After the Transcontinental railroad was completed, it put an end to the long-distance stagecoaches.
The last time I checked, the ruins of a Butterfield stagecoach station was still visible outside of El Centro. That was around 1968.
I wonder if it’s still there after all this time.