To the casual observer 45 light years away, it’s Sunday morning early in 1966 and the garp blue ’59
Moving forward to 1997, and from landmark #150, the journey is about a football field or the height of the Statue of Liberty away, where the
The mission was named for Saint Fernando, King of Spain, San Fernando Rey de España, and was the seventeenth mission built in
As was the case with many of the missions, the structures began a steady decline when the Mexican government took control of
In typical fashion, heritage minded Californians have restored the mission to its original Spanish splendor, and then some. And restored again after earthquakes.
There are a lot of state landmarks in
If there was a plaque it would read: NO. 157 MISSION
Location: 15151 San Fernando Mission Blvd, Mission Hills Listed on the National Register of Historic Places: NPS-88002147