|Along Glenwood Drive|
|March 1940 Railroad service ended.|
|1954 -Post Office Closed|
Glenwood was a stage stop and the start of a toll road. When the railroad stopped in 1952 it went into decline. The Post Office closed in 1954.
There is only one original building left. The rest is mostly fenced-in pasture.
There is a plaque marking this area as California Historic Landmark #449. It says:
HISTORIC TOWN FOUNDED BY CHARLES C. MARTIN WHO
CAME AROUND HORN 1847 AND HIS WIFE HANNAH
CARVER MARTIN WHO CROSSED THE ISTHMUS. FIRST
HOMESTEADED AREA IN 1851 AND OPERATED TOLL-GATE
AND STATION FOR STAGE COACHES CROSSING MOUNTAINS.
LATER MARTIN DEVELOPED LUMBER MILL, WINERY, STORE,
AND GLENWOOD RESORT HOTEL.
STATE REGISTERED LANDMARK NO. 449
TABLET PLACED BY CALIFORNIA CENTENNIALS COMMISSION
BASE PROVIDED BY SANTA CRUZ PARLOR NO. 26 NATIVE
DAUGHTERS SANTA CRUZ PARLOR NO. 90 NATIVE SONS
AND DECEDENTS MARTIN FAMILY.
DEDICATED JUNE 22, 1950
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