1116 near Sierra Vista

Charles D. Savage Photo, Donald Duke Collection

Charles D. Savage Photo, Donald Duke Collection

Pacific Electric interurbans (lead by no. 1116) are photographed near the Van Horn Stop at Sierra Vista (Alhambra) in April of 1945.

Charles D. Savage Photo
Donald Duke Collection

This image was used in 1958 PE book, page 29. Caption: A three car commute train slows for Sierra Vista station on the four track section of the Northern District.

It was used again in Pacific Electric Railway Vol. 1, Northern Division on page 6. Caption: A three-car commuter train, on the Arcadia-Monrovia-Azusa-Glendora Line, rolls into Sierra Vista Station, en route for downtown Los Angeles. There weren’t anymore official stops until this train reached Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal at Aliso and Alameda Streets. During the morning and evening hours, train after train passed this point. – Charles D Savage.

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