The next station going north after San Diego is San Diego Old Town and is within walking distance of Old Town San Diego which is a state historic park that explores the development of the early city from 1821-1872. San Diego Old Town is a stopping point for the San Diego Trolley, local buses and the Coaster commuter rail that links the ocean side communities of Northern San Diego County. The transit center was built in the 1990's, as a traditionally styled station. The single story building has a hip gambel roof and a cross gable. One end of the depot has a covered open-air waiting area, which was typical of small stations built in California and the southwest.