Fair Oaks Avenue

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Pasadena Area Rapid Transit System - Routes
... Allen Street, Colorado Boulevard Operates weekdays and Saturdays 20 Altadena Fair Oaks Avenue and Woodbury Road South Lake and California Woodbury Road ...
List Of Current Metro Local Routes - 200-299 - 260 - Atlantic Boulevard - Fair Oaks Avenue
... Line 260 operates from Fair Oaks Avenue and Loma Alta Drive (Altadena) and runs through Pasadena, South Pasadena, Alhambra, Monterey Park, East Los Angeles, Commerce, Maywood, Lynwood, and North Long Beach on way ... Some northbound buses terminate at Fair Oaks Avenue and Colorado Boulevard, and the rest terminate at Fair Oaks Avenue and Loma Alta Drive ... to June 2003, Line 260 operated along Los Robles Avenue through San Marino, Pasadena, and Altadena ...
List Of Former Metro Express Routes - 480-499: Via El Monte Busway - 483 - Downtown Los Angeles - Altadena Via Fair Oaks Avenue
... Line 483 provided service from Downtown Los Angeles to Altadena, mainly on Fair Oaks Avenue ... It followed the same route as Line 485 from Downtown Los Angeles to Fremont Avenue and Huntington Drive in South Pasadena ... in June 2003 with the advent of the Metro Gold Line, and the Fair Oaks Avenue portion was replaced by Lines 260 and 361 (Line 361 replaced by Metro Rapid 762 in June 2008) ...

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    He had the oaks for heating and for light.
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    He had a ten-by-twenty garden patch.
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    That I assume was what our passing train meant.
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