873 on Victoria Avenue at Country Club

Wilbur C. Whittaker Photo Ralph Cantos Collection

Wilbur C. Whittaker Photo Ralph Cantos Collection

Los Angeles Railway car no. 873 rolls along Victoria Avenue at Country Club (south of Olympic Boulevard) in this 1936 view. Today, except for the loss of the L line, the street is unchanged.

Wilbur C. Whittaker Photo
Ralph Cantos Collection

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  • Duncan Still
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    I lived on Victoria Ave for a couple of years around 1960. During that time, there was a street repair job on Victoria and I was surprised to see that when the pavement was removed, there were some rails remaining that had been buried for many years. During the time the L line was in operation, Olympic Blvd was not cut all the way through, so the L line took a roundabout route.

  • charlie sheen
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    the tracks are still there on country club and windsor on the eastside of the streets.they repaved victoria right before olympic about 5 yrs ago and i think they took up the rest of the track,but as of a month ago country club still had track.

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