New Stanton was the farthest neighborhood built from the city center before the building boom of the 60's. With a mix of subdivisions and grid neighborhoods, the town gives a nice mosaic of different building era's which show off the city's history.
A birds-eye view of the city.
This was the last train station built before the rail road's expansion in 1967.
The peninsulas of Rocklin are an interesting feature of the city. There are multiple peninsulas in the area with residential developments abound.
Grid development stopped at the foothills of Rocklin Point. But with the dramatic increase in demand
for new housing, ambitious developers designed the hillside with planned communities.
The Ingram - Stanton Unified School District combines the neighborhoods of New Stanton
and next door Ingram. It one of the largest suburban school districts in the city due to the merger.
They also have the most unique high school campus because of it being on the side of the mountain.
I hope you are enjoying this as much as I am!