History Happy Hour, February 10, 5pm

Grab a glass and join us for this presentation in your living room as we travel the rails of South Santa Barbara County on a fascinating look back in time to the golden age of railroad building. The railroad’s arrival in Santa Barbara in 1887 had a lasting influence on our community. Architectural Historian, Jean-Guy Dube will examine not only the railroad’s depots that were built, but other structures such as passenger shelters, a unique baggage room, a private train shelter and Santa Barbara’s signature Spanish style roundhouse with rare photographs, unique maps and period blueprints.

About the Speaker

Photo of speaker, Jean-Guy T. Dubé

Jean-Guy T. Dubé is a National Award Winning Draftsman and Architectural Historian. He is the 2017 National Winner of the Leicester B. Holland Prize from the National Park Service and Library of Congress. Mr. Dubé is a listed Architectural Historian with the City and County of Santa Barbara, and has worked at the local architectural firm of Appleton Partners LLP for 12 years.

History Happy Hour at Home is an online lecture series presented by Santa Barbara Historical Museum and co-hosted by the South Coast Railroad Museum.  Additional hosts of this presentation include the Historical Museum, and the Goleta Valley Historical Society.

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