Barstow Harvey House, Barstow

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Barstow Harvey House, also known as Harvey House Railroad Depot and Barstow station, is a historic building in Barstow, California. Originally built in 1911 as Casa del Desierto, a Harvey House hotel and Santa Fe Railroad depot, it currently serves as an Amtrak station and government building housing city offices, the Barstow Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center, and two museums.
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  • At about 3:30 am on a Wednesday morning, I parked my car at the Amtrak parking lot adjacent to Harvey House to take the WB Southwest Chief 3 to Los Angeles. There is no staffing by the hotel or...  more »
  • We visited with the guard who works here! She was super friendly and we talked about when the 4014 Big Boy visited Barstow! The ballroom light fixtures are the originals, including one that had...  more »
  • The Harvey House is a beautiful museum. It was fun to see a piece of history that is so well kept.
  • So far we (Glen Clark from "Stories of the Dark" podcast) got to walk around the museums, and around the outside. We still need to go during the week to see inside. We love checking out old possibly haunted places.

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