Photograph of an exterior view of the Southern Pacific Passenger Station on the San Pedro waterfront, ca.1913. The station is near the water at right and is a small rectangular building with a covered wrap-around porch. There are several people gathered on the porch and the nearby dock. The Southern Pacific tracks, as well as two railroad cars, are visible behind the building. A small boat is in the water at right, and the bow of a large ship is at extreme right. This image is an enlargement of CHS-12829.5.; Legible signs include, from left to right, "Restaurant", "Owl Cigar", "The Tourist", "Delicious and Refreshing Coca Cola Pure and Beautiful", "J. C. Redbach [?] Groceries", "J.A. Weldt & Co. Ship [?]", "Pacific Tel & Tel Co. Cable Crossing", "Rooms 25¢ Up", "Central Vermont 60847", "Southern Pacific Passenger Station", and "Hotel".