1231 Bound for Long Beach

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Jack Finn Collection

Pacific Electric interurban no. 1231 and its motorman await departure at the PE Headquarters passenger terminal (located at 6th and Main Streets in Los Angeles). Note the Glendora-Azusa interurban awaiting departure at right.

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  • Riley Gordinier
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    The terminal was known to all as “Sixth & Main Station” or more commonly “Sixth & Main”.

  • Bob Davis
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    I wonder what that “ancient relic” to the left of 1231 is, and where it’s going. Could be a “Ten” or an “800”, but the high deck roof and the off-center gong look more like a 200-class streetcar. Since the Long Beach Twelves arrived in 1922, just when the 200s were starting to be phased out, this appears to be somewhere in the mid-1920s.

  • Ed Weiss
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    I agree with Bob on the deck roof car being a 200. PE used 200’s on the Torrance shop train – could it be?

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