F Line

666 on East 4th Street

Posted on: February 11, 2012 by Pacific Electric No Comments
Robert T. McVay Photo, Ralph Cantos Collection

Robert T. McVay Photo, Ralph Cantos Collection

Los Angeles Railway streetcar no. 666 doing service on the F Line is captured on East 4th Street in this 1946 color image.

From Ralph Cantos:

This photo was taken in March of 1946, a month after the F line was cut back to 4th and Anderson St (notice crossover) because of construction of the new Santa Ana Freeway. The line had gone a few more miles east to Fresno Street and First (the P line). A few months later, in June, all rail service on East 4th street was abandoned and the F line ended thereafter at the LAUPT loop until 1955.

Robert T. McVay Photo
Ralph Cantos Collection

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