6947 and 3085 at Vernon Yard

Alan Weeks Photo, Alan Weeks Collection

Alan Weeks Photo, Alan Weeks Collection

 
Yesterday and today are featured in this image: no. 6947 bus used in J Line shuttle service alongside no. 3085 in V Line service, both at Vernon Yard in this image dated January 20, 1963.
 
Alan Weeks Photo, Alan Weeks Collection

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  • Alan Weeks
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    Hi Jim I guess I am the only one who is checking out these slides. This picture should be moved from J Vine to V Line

  • Jim Gannon
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    Both formerly ran Los Angeles Transit Lines colors. . . .

  • Jim Gannon
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    Thats one of my favorites. . . alot going on, change from fruit salad [like the rolling stock in the back ground,private for profit to government agency and sadly, in mode of service. Interesting shot Mr. Weeks!

  • Bob Davis
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    Although I only know LATL from the historical photos and maps, I’ve always thought it was clever how many of the lines had letters to match the streets they ran on (e.g., “P” on Pico Blvd). The prize went to “V” on Vernon and Vermont. This tradition has been transferred to San Francisco, where their newest rail line is the “T” on Third St. (their older line designations are alphabetical by date of opening)

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