One of my favorite photos is this one of an old, wooden railroad coach decaying in Jacumba.
I don’t know a thing about it, except that it’s next to the old San Diego and Arizona railroad tracks at the former Jacumba depot. The railroad ran passenger service through here from 1919-51.
A guess as to where this came from? It could be the coach below, then used as a dormitory for decades after its railroad life was over. At least the windows match and the photo, courtesy of the San Diego History Center, locates a similar car in San Diego, on the National City and Otay Railroad, a predecessor to John Spreckels’ San Diego and Arizona. If you know for sure, drop me an email.