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Monrovia–Glendora (Pacific Electric)
... Monrovia-Glendora was a route on the Pacific Electric Railway until 1950 ... Pacific Electric Routes Northern Division Alhambra-San Gabriel Annandale Arlington-Corona Arrowhead Covina East Washington El Monte-Baldwin Park Highland Lamanda Park Monrovia-Glendora Mount Lowe North. 8 Subway Terminal Building Watts Station Related Predecessors Los Angeles Inter-Urban Electric Railway Monrovia Rapid Transit Company Mount Lowe Railway Pasadena and ...
South Pasadena Local (Pacific Electric) - Trivia
... Pacific Electric Routes Northern Division Alhambra-San Gabriel Annandale Arlington-Corona Arrowhead Covina East Washington El Monte-Baldwin Park Highland Lamanda Park Monrovia-Glendora Mount ... Terminal Building Watts Station Related Predecessors Los Angeles Inter-Urban Electric Railway Monrovia Rapid Transit Company Mount Lowe Railway Pasadena and Pacific Santa Ana, Orange Tustin Street Railway ...
Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority - Rail Lines
... Name Parent Company Abandoned Bellflower Pacific Electric 1958 Long Beach Pacific Electric 1961 San Pedro via Dominguez Pacific Electric 1958 Watts Local ...
Southern Pacific Railroad Depot, Whittier
... Southern Pacific Railroad Depot in Whittier, California is a train depot built in 1892 that is being preserved by the City of Whittier to house a railroad museum and community center ... In the 1890s the growth of Whittier caused the Southern Pacific Railroad to build a branch line from its main line in Santa Fe Springs, California ... In the early 1900s, the Pacific Electric Railway built a branch line that paralleled the Southern Pacific track ...
Sierra Madre (Pacific Electric)
3 B, 7, 8 6th/Main Terminal The Sierra Madre was a Pacific Electric interurban line which ran 16.9 miles (27.2 km) from the Pacific Electric Building in Los Angeles to Sierra Madre ...

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