The only regular waiting station built so far is at the Woodland terminus. Here an important corner of the Main Street [at 2nd Street] was purchased, the lot extending [south] through the block to the next parallel street [Lincoln Avenue]. The station occupies the entire front of the lot and extends along the side street [2nd St] for about the same distance. The track enters the station at the corner, taking a diagonal course through the building in a sweeping curve to the inside property line.
The building has a gravel stucco finish and is the modified California Mission style of architecture giving a pleasing effect and is a distinct addition to the general appearance of the street. On the left are the baggage and express rooms, while on the right is the ticket office and behind it and opening on the arcade is a commodious waiting room adjoining which to the rear are lavatories and storerooms. The arcade is paved with square red tile, and aside from its artistic arrangement forms a shelter for passengers who desire to remain outside in rainy weather.
In the rear of the station facing the side street is a freight house 60 ft. by 30 ft. with an extended loading, platform. The yard, which is 418 ft. long and 113 ft. wide, contains eight tracks with a total capacity for about 30 cars.