Ghost Ticket Agent at Pacific Electric Etiwanda Station
Since we are talking ghost stories I've heard for many years there is still a ghost ticket agent doing his paperwork at the now abandoned Etiwanda Pacific Electric Station. This is on the bike and hiking path in Rancho Cucamonga.
Back when I was a kid the Pacific Electric Station was mostly abandoned but I recall going to the Fontana Freight Station to the Railway Express Agency and getting a bike my uncle had sent to me. The old Fontana station is an art gallery, REA was a lot like UPS is today but you often went to the station to get a package rather than them delivering it. Pacific Electric ran trains were a lot like Metro Link is today but also hauled packages. Etiwanda had two stations the other one was so trashed it was torn down. The remaining one is being restored as a museum by the City of Rancho Cucamonga. Legend has it late at night you can see the agent doing his work in the ticket office. Back in the old days they had to punch and tare old tickets and count their cash against them. No Apple Pay back then.
Any stories or information is appreciated. The only other remaining Pacific Electric passenger station building is in Rialto and now a fast food place, before that it was a radiator shop for a long time.