California State Historic Landmark 741

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#741 Bealville
Named for Edward F. Beale this station on the Southern Pacific rail line was established in 1876 as a depot and telegraph office. Service was discontinued in 1943. Beale was superintendent of California indian affairs during the 1850's. In 1865 he became owner of the adjacent Rancho el Tejon.

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Bealville Rd, 0.9 mi N of Hwy 58, 1.3 mi S of Caliente.

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