Vermont / Beverly (Los Angeles Metro Station)

Vermont / Beverly (Los Angeles Metro Station)

Vermont/Beverly Station is a heavy-rail subway station in the Los Angeles County Metro Rail system. It is located at Vermont Avenue and Beverly Boulevard, in Los Angeles, near the border between East Hollywood and Wilshire Center. This station is served by the Red Line.

The Vermont/Beverly station features a cactus garden and large rocks incorporated into the structure of the station, a design by artist George Stone.

Read more about Vermont / Beverly (Los Angeles Metro Station):  Metro Rail Service, Bus Connections

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