Photograph of the first Los Angeles and Pasadena Railway train at the Raymond Avenue Station in Pasadena, ca.1887. The steam engine is at left and is connected to three cars that curve around to the right. The locomotive has a large flared smokestack at front, as well as a cow catcher mounted near the tracks. A line of bells and other cylinders runs along the top of the engine. There are two passenger cars and a tanker in the train. A group of about twenty-five men and boys is gathered in front of the train, looking at the camera. From a hill behind the train, the Victorian-style Hotel Raymond looks down on the scene below.