Tonight Eye on the Bay journeys into the past for some remarkable stories about places and events now lost in time.    Our host Brian Hackney will follow the route of the world’s very first Air Mail Delivery in 1911 – from Santa Rosa to Petaluma.  And, we’ll hop aboard the last train running on a historic railroad line that steam engines used to ply San Francisco’s Embarcadero.   We’ll travel to Coyote Hills Regional park in Fremont to go even further into the past – some 2000 years ago – when Ohlone Indians lived on the land.  Now you can see the ruins and enjoy beauty of the marshlands.

Tin Lizzie Inn
A Bed and Breakfast with Model T’s
In Fish Camp, CA across from Tenaya Lodge.
Two miles from the Southern entrance to Yosemite National Park
(599) 641-7731
(866) 488-6877

Vintage Aircraft Company
23982 Arnold Drive
Sonoma, CA 95476
(707) 938-2444

Coyote Hills Regional Park
8000 Patterson Ranch Road
Fremont, CA 94555
(888) 327-2757

San Francisco Trains
State Belt Railroad of California
(415) 254-7931

San Francisco Bay Railroad
100 Cargo Way
Port of SF Railyard
(415) 642-7177

For more on the First Airmail Flight visit

Fred Wiseman Information


Sonoma County Historical Society


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