The Stanton Yard parking lot, circa 1949.
Men working on the roof at Stanton Yard, 1931.
Stanton Yard garage construction, 1931.
Aerial of The City of Portland’s Public Works shops at the Stanton Yard complex and the surrounding area, including an elevated section of Interstate 5, 1969.
Organization of Depression era crews at Stanton Yard in North Portland, April 10, 1931. The City of Portland Department of Public Works engaged in many public employment programs during the Great Depression designed to help ease local area unemployment.
These men are standing in front of a “Scoopmobile” front loader on the lift at Stanton Yard. The image was taken circa 1955.
This image documents the organization of Depression era public works crews at Stanton Yard. The City of Portland oversaw programs that spent local, state, and federal money to put large numbers of unemployed residents to work. Projects were as far flung as the Wilson River and Wolf Creek Highways. This image was taken April 10, 1931.