Just remembered two in Pasadena, CA: The La Grande Orange restaurant occupies the former Santa Fe passenger station (La Grande was the name of the Santa Fe terminal in LA prior to Union Station, so that may be where the name came from) at the Delmar stop of the Gold Line. I haven't tried the restaurant, but it's fairly upscale and looks good; the bar is very comfortable and has a good selection of wines and beers, plus a good view of the Gold Line passing by every 12 or 15 minutes in each direction on the original Santa Fe ROW. The other one is a French restaurant called Bizou, at the corner of Raymond Blvd. and Holly St.; from the Gold Line Memorial Park station (the next stop north of Delmar on the Gold Line), as you come up the stairs from the platform, facing south, turn right on Holly and head west. After a few feet you cross the abandoned Santa Fe ROW, which looks to be no more than about 50 ft. wide between the buildings on either side (and one of the reasons why the Gold Line had to be put under ground at that point). The restaurant, at the next corner, Raymond Blvd., isn't within sight of a railroad, but as you come out, if you turn right and go south on Raymond to Colorado Blvd, about a block and a half, and turn left on Colorado, you encounter the same ROW at the spot where countless photos were shot of the Chief sticking its warbonnet nose out into the middle of Colorado Blvd. (for a possible then-and now-comparison). The ROW has not been encroached upon; I guess there's very little commercial value in a parcel of land 50 feet wide and a few blocks long, and the Southern California climate being what it is there are no weeds.