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Home of the Sacramento Kings and Monarchs
Southern Pacific Railroad Sacramento Shops (4.34 mi / 6.99 km)
Sacramento Rail Museum (4.49 mi / 7.23 km)
The Money Store Ziggurat (4.59 mi / 7.39 km)
Western Terminus of The Pony Express (4.61 mi / 7.42 km)
Old Sacramento (4.64 mi / 7.46 km)
Raley Field (4.73 mi / 7.62 km)
Dorothea Puente's last house (4.88 mi / 7.86 km)
The Stanford Mansion (5.14 mi / 8.27 km)
California State Capitol (5.23 mi / 8.41 km)
Sutters Fort (5.88 mi / 9.46 km)
From: Bokchoi CowboyNotice what looks like an outline of a baseball stadium right next to the Arco Arena building. This is the foundation of a failed attempt at creating a baseball venue that was hoped would attract a real baseball team to Sacramento. It has been sitting abandonded for years.
Mon Sep 19 10:48:14 -0700 2005
From: tedderwhat makes the funky shapes in the parking lot? Trees?
Mon Sep 19 10:58:46 -0700 2005
From: Ravendark54Yeah, and then West Sac went and built Raley Field and brought the Montreal Canadians (minor league team) to Sacramento and renamed them the River Cats.
Mon Sep 19 16:17:41 -0700 2005
From: Ravendark54And yeah those are trees. Sacramento has more trees per capita than any other city in the US, least the last I heard.
Mon Sep 19 16:20:01 -0700 2005