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El Camino Real News

Op-Ed: Holiday Train is back on track collecting toys for those in need Special

San Bruno - In our busy commuter day of going back and forth to work, SamTrans and Caltrains want to remind people that the holiday season is fast approaching and with it the call to help those in need.

El Camino Real now has a bus to call its own Special

San Carlos - One of the oldest roads in the nation, the El Camino Real, which dates back to the late 1700's when Spanish explorers traversed up and down California, now has a bus all its own.

California Mission Bells mark the spots of the 'King's Highway' Special

Sacramento - Driving along El Camino Real people have noticed more Mission Bells posted along the familiar thoroughfare (especially this reporter). That is because this past fall of 2012, the El Camino Mission Bell Marker Project was completed,

Little Barber shop is busy buzzing with the styles for 'club-ing' Special

South San Francisco - A real boost of self-esteem is a great hair style or hair cut. And, there are lots of places out there that aim to please. For women it is essential. And, while men's hair styles might not require as much maintenance, the attention to detail is just

California's Old King's Highway gets a 21st Century Upgrade Special

Menlo Park - 21st Century technology is making strides along El Camino Real as the San Mateo County "Smart Corridor" Project is now underway.
 

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In the early 1900 s Mission Bell markers were placed along El Camino Real to remind people of Califo...
In the early 1900's Mission Bell markers were placed along El Camino Real to remind people of California's early pioneer history. In the 1700's Spanish missionaries established outposts in California along "The Royal Road of The King," (in honor of the King of Spain). As California has grown, many of these markers were damaged, lost or stolen. In the fall of 2012, Caltrans restored and replaced the markers along the historic highway.
courtesy of Keith Robinson and Caltrans
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In the early 1900 s markers along the El Camino Real were established to call attention to the road ...
In the early 1900's markers along the El Camino Real were established to call attention to the road's historical significance and California's early pioneer past.
Courtesy of Keith Robinson and Caltrans
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In the 1920 s the American Automobile Association and various women s organizations were responsible...
In the 1920's the American Automobile Association and various women's organizations were responsible for the upkeep of the markers along El Camino Real. Yet as the decades past and construction and growth along El Camino Real continued, many of the markers fell into disrepair, some being damaged, lost or stolen.
Courtesy of Keith Robinson and Caltrans
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Courtesy of Keith Robinson and Caltrans
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This past fall of 2012  Caltrans workers renovated and installed Mission Bell markers along El Camin...
This past fall of 2012, Caltrans workers renovated and installed Mission Bell markers along El Camino Real, calling attention to California's early history.
courtesy of Keith Robinson and Caltrans
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courtesy of Keith Robinson and Caltrans
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