Wisteria Lane - Colonial Street Changes

Colonial Street Changes

Colonial Street (1950–1955) version is an extension of the New England Street (1948–1949). Wisteria Lane was created by making a version of Colonial Street built in 1981 on the studio tour called "Any Town USA" with Rock Hudson's Circle Drive. The 1981 version of Colonial Street was built over top of the former Laramie street, Bates Motel and Psycho House areas. The original Colonial Street of 1950 to 1980 was located next to the Los Angeles river channel. Today that "River Road" location contains production bungalows.

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