Union Pacific owned trackage rights all the way from Mission Tower to the top end of Taylor yard that served a 1.25 mile branch line that terminated at Forest Lawn Cemetery. The branch was a joint operation between UP and the SP, each railroad operating it every other year. Midway along the branch at Fletcher Drive road crossing was built this a modern looking post WWII Freight Station.
I remember seeing the station back in 1970 when the Union Pacific displayed their Centennial 1869-1969 display train at the freight dock. This train had flat cars with 2-4-0 locomotives and baggage car fitted out in a display of O-Scale models of UP locomotives through the 100 years.
Originally this branch was built in 1914 as the Glendale & Montrose Railway that ran thirteen miles of trolley line. Passenger and freight service operated until 1930 when this part of the railroad was abandoned. Union Pacific Railroad continued to operate into Glendale when the branch was scrapped in 1991.
I use Vinyl page protectors to hold the magazine plans saved for many years for this project. The front office windows section is built directly on the clear Vinyl as the solvent that bonds the styrene doesn't adhere to it. Windows and doors for other three wall sections were done using the same method.