This monument commemorates what was once the only train stop in Clyde. The train that came through this stop in the early 1900's was owned by Southern Pacific and brought mail, passengers, and freight to this unique little town.
[Lower marker reads]:
The restoration of this site was done as a Boy Scout Eagle Project by Derek Richmond of Troop 370 in Concord, chartered by the Salvation Army.
Thanks to the people of Clyde, Troop 370, Orchard Supply Hardware, The Furniture Guy, Bay Irrigation, Moraga Garden Center, Tosco, Automatic Rain, El Monte Auto Service, Wacker Family, Cousins Lock and Engraving, U.S.S. Posco Industries, Tib's Construction, Industrial Lumber, Friends and Family.