The Sanger Depot Museum is actually the Sanger Railroad Depot, once the hub of the town’s growth. Built in 1887 the Sanger Railroad Depot sat beside the Southern Pacific Railroad that ran between Fresno and Porterville, California. Among the cargo that passed through this depot was grain, citrus and lots of lumber brought down from the mountains by Sanger’s booming lumber operation. When Sanger’s commerce no longer needed the Depot, it was discovered that the building was the oldest in Sanger.
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