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List Of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments In The San Fernando Valley - Non-HCM Historic Sites Recognized By State and Nation
... Wings Shrine to Aviation Museum 10621 Victory Blvd North Hollywood Memorial to pioneers of aviation located on grounds of Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery. 118°22′29.72″W / 34.1657139°N 118.3749222°W / 34.1657139 -118.3749222 North Hollywood Diner built in the 1920s moved and re-opened in 2008 at the ...
San Fernando Valley - Demographics
... districts of Los Angeles in the valley are North Hollywood and Van Nuys ... the valley communities of Panorama City, North Hollywood, Van Nuys, Reseda, Canoga Park, and Northridge, all in Los Angeles, have numerous apartment ... with a large part of its population in the North Hollywood and Valley Village areas ...
North Hollywood, Los Angeles - Miscellaneous
... recorded their multi-platinum 1994 album Smash at the Track Record studio in North Hollywood ...
North Hollywood Medical Center
... North Hollywood Medical Center (Medical Center of North Hollywood) was a hospital, operating from 1952 to 1998, in the community of North Hollywood, a district in ...
List Of Current Metro Local Routes - 100-199 - 152/353 - Fallbrook Avenue - Roscoe Boulevard - Lankershim Boulevard (Line 353) - Vineland Avenue (L
152 runs daily between Woodland Hills and the North Hollywood Station, primarily along Fallbrook Avenue, Roscoe Boulevard, and Vineland Avenue ... Line 353 runs weekday rush hours in both directions and makes limited stops between the North Hollywood Station and Topanga Canyon Boulevard and along Lankershim Boulevard to favor more ... Metrolink Station serving Universal City, but since replaced by Line 156 between North Hollywood and Universal City and Line 155 between Universal City and Burbank ...

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