Found 17 blog entries about Historic San Diego.
Mission San Luis Rey de Francia established in 1798. Largest of all 21 California missions. Credit: Visit Oceanside #tbt #throwbackthursday #oceanside #missionsanluisrey
The La Paloma Theatre, first opened in 1928. One of the first theaters to show talking pictures and continues to host film specials throughout the year.
San Diego Padres Opening Day lineup in 1969. Happy 50th anniversary season! Credit: The San Diego Union Tribune
The Carlsbad Hotel and Mineral Springs, built in the late 1800’s Credit: Land & Water Co.
The Famous Encinitas Boathouses, “The Arks”, built in the late 1920’s Credit: Encinitas Historical Society
The Cardiff Mercantile Building (now Patagonia), built in 1910 Credit: Cardiff 101 MainStreet
Currently called the SDCCU Stadium. Established in 1967, known as the Jack Murphy Stadium 1981-1997 and Qualcomm Stadium 1997-2017. Longtime home of two professional franchises, San Diego Chargers (NFL) and San Diego Padres (MLB). #tbt #throwbackthursday #sandiego #chargers #padres #vintagesandiego
Main gate at the Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, established in 1942 Credit: Oceanside Historical Society #tbt #throwbackthursday #oceanside #vintagesandiego
Historic "Top Gun" House circa 1888. One of the oldest beach cottages in San Diego County.