THE GS TRAM SITE

LOS ANGELES

CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES

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1 Jan. 1961

The traditional Los Angeles urban rail system in its last years.


Los Angeles Pacific Electric interurban Los Angeles PCC streetcar

Los Angeles tram map –  1961

FIRST INSET: DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES

Los Angeles downtown tram map –  1961

SECOND INSET: THE LOS ANGELES REGION

Note: For the sake of clarity, only interurban (PE) routes are shown on this map.

Los Angeles interurban map –  1961


ROUTES

STREETCAR ROUTES

Operator: Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority (LAMTA) ["Yellow Cars"]

  J Jefferson Park – Jefferson Blvd. – Grand Av. – 7th St. – Santa Fe Av. – Pacific Blvd. – Huntington Park
  P Brooklyn Av. [today: Cesar Chavez Av.] – 1st St. – Broadway – Pico Blvd. – Mid City (Rimpau Loop)
  R 3rd & Western – 3rd St. – Vermont Av. – 7th St. – Whittier Ave. – East Los Angeles (Brannock Av.)
  S 8th & Western – 8th St. – Vermont Av. – 7th St. – San Pedro St. – Avalon Blvd. – Central Av. – Watts (Manchester Av.)
  V East Holliwood (Monroe St.) – Vermont Av. – Vernon Av. – Vernon Yard

INTERURBAN ROUTES

Operator: Pacific Electric Railway ["Red Cars"]

Note: The two-character codes used to identify routes below and in the maps are for convenience only, and were not used by the operating company.

LB Long Beach 6th & Main – Main – 9th St. – Long Beach Av. – Willowbrook Av. – Long Beach
WA Watts Local 6th & Main – Main – 9th St. – Long Beach Av. – Watts

The last two interurban routes were discontinued on 9 April 1961. The last streetcar lines were discontinued in 1963.



CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM

NETWORK LENGTH



HISTORY

GAUGE


TRAM PRESERVATION

The Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris, southeast of Riverside, owns and operates a large collection of vintage Pacific Electric and Los Angeles Railway streetcars over 0.8km dual-gauge and 2.4km standard gauge track.


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