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Page 1 :: Looking north on Brand Boulevard, Glendale, ca.1910 :: California Historical Society Collection, 1860-1960. http://digitallibrary.usc.edu/cdm/ref/collection/p15799coll65/id/1345

Looking north on Brand Boulevard, Glendale, :: California Historical Society Collection,

Northern District | Pacific Electric Railway Historical Society

Northern District | Pacific Electric Railway Historical Society

Image from the Jack Finn collection. Photographer: Unknown Date: Unknown Location: San Pedro Street in downtown Los Angeles. Notes on back of print: PE 1260 J 734 Image Notes: Scanned from a 3 /14 x 5 3/4 inch print

Image from the Jack Finn collection. Photographer: Unknown Date: Unknown Location: San Pedro Street in downtown Los Angeles. Notes on back of print: PE 1260 J 734 Image Notes: Scanned from a 3 x 5 inch print

The parade approaches Sunset Boulevard on what was then named Lake Short Avenue. Today, this stretch of Lake Shore is Glendale Boulevard, and the Angelus Temple stands on the right side of this photograph. Courtesy of the USC Libraries - California Historical Society Collection.

How L.A. Celebrated Sunset Boulevard's Opening in 1904

Parade up "Lake Shore Avenue" (Glendale Boulevard) approaching Sunset Boulevard…

Pacific Electric Railway, Hollywood line terminus, Subway Terminal Building, downtown Los Angeles.

circa Pacific Electric Railway car number 5001 to Glendale in the subway terminal.

Viaduct from Waverly 2004 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Viaduct from Waverly 2004 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Page 1 :: View of Brand Boulevard in Glendale, ca.1930 :: California Historical Society Collection, 1860-1960. http://digitallibrary.usc.edu/cdm/ref/collection/p15799coll65/id/1362

View of Brand Boulevard in Glendale, :: California Historical Society Collection,

Western District | Pacific Electric Railway Historical Society

Western District | Pacific Electric Railway Historical Society

Photo: Unknown photographer, undated, but shot after the LA River was lined in cement. Red Car heading toward Glendale from Monte Sano at the Hyperion Bridge. (Click on photo to enlarge.)  For many years, neighbors and Red Car Trolley enthusiasts have been sharing neighborhood photos with me. Unfortunately, the photos often don't have photo credits or dates Corralitas Red Car Property: September 2010

Undated historic photo of Red Car trolley crossing the L. River below the Glendale Hyperion Bridge. Given the complete lack of vegetation in the river, this was likely right after concrete channel construction.

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