Photograph of Dominguez Tower, showing a train at the station in the background, 1910. To the left, a solitary, rectangular tower can be seen sitting adjacent to a set of tracks. A large, rectangular window is seen near the base of the wooden tower, and four smaller windows are visible beneath the roof. A small sign on the front of the tower clearly identifies the structure and reads: "Dominguez Tower". The base of the building's roof is also rectangular, but parts of the roof extend far beyond the walls of the tower. A small pipe can be seen extending from the top of the roof. To the right of the tower, several sets of tracks are seen coming to a junction. A low, wooden fence is visible extending from the tower to another building in the background. In the background at center, a train is visible sitting on one of the tracks to the right of a small building. The sign of this building reads: "Dominguez Junc". Additionally, several utility poles are visible on either side of the tracks extending far into the horizon. To the far right, another building with high-arched doorways is visible next to the tracks. Description on back of the photograph reads: "A Long Beach Flyer rolls through Dominguez Jct. en route to L.B. 1910".