Contents 1 Operations 2 History 3 Station list 4 References

Operations[edit] Trains left the Pacific Electric Building on an elevated structure that extended east to San Pedro Street south of 6th Street. They turned south on San Pedro, then east on 9th Street to Hooper Avenue, where private right-of-way began, initially paralleling Long Beach Avenue to the west (the current Blue Line enters this right-of-way at Washington Boulevard). The line re-entered the public streets in Long Beach, where it followed Long Beach Boulevard south and Ocean Boulevard west to the Morgan Avenue Yard (Morgan Avenue was approximately in the center of the Los Angeles River Flood Control Channel). Private right-of-way continued across Long Beach Boulevard all the way to Balboa. For a number of years, the PE operated express "flyer" service along the Long Beach route. The flyer service only made a few stops between Downtown Los Angeles and Long Beach, as compared with regular service that made all stops between Watts and Willowville, and most stops between Willowville and Long Beach. The right-of-way was also served by a pair of local lines, the Watts Line between Downtown Los Angeles and Watts, and the American Avenue-North Long Beach Line between Willowville and Long Beach.

History[edit] Henry E. Huntington incorporated the Pacific Electric Railway in November 1901 and immediately began work on the Long Beach Line. Service began on July 4, 1902, initially beginning at 9th and Main Streets in downtown Los Angeles (the trackage on 9th Street was acquired from Huntington's Los Angeles Railway in 1904). The terminal was moved to the Pacific Electric Building in 1905, and trains were rerouted over the newly built elevated trackage west of San Pedro Street in 1917.[1] Train service ended in April 1961, replaced by the 36 "Long Beach Freeway Flyer" bus, which followed the new Long Beach Freeway north of the Long Beach Boulevard interchange. Local replacement service north of this point was provided by the 33 "Los Angeles-Compton-Wilmington",[2] which had replaced San Pedro via Dominguez Line trains in 1958. There is no longer an express bus to Long Beach, but the Blue Line light rail, opened in 1990, serves the same purpose.

Station list[edit] City Station Opened Closed Notes Los Angeles Pacific Electric Building 1905 1961 Amoco 1902 1961 Junction with Santa Monica Air Line Vernon Avenue Slauson Avenue Slauson Junction 1902 1961 Junction with Whittier Line (to Yorba Linda and Fullerton) Fleming Florencito Park Florence Avenue Nadeau Graham Los Angeles Latin Watts 1902 1961 Junction with Santa Ana Line and Redondo via Gardena Line Abila Springdale Willowbrook Sativa Compton Winona Compton 1902 1961 Dominguez Dominguez Junction 1902 1961 Junction with San Pedro via Dominguez Line Carson Del Amo Long Beach Cota Los Cerritos Vista del Mar Willowville 1902 1961 Junction with Newport-Balboa Line Morgan Avenue 1902 1961

References[edit] ^ Electric Railway Historical Association of Southern California, Pacific Electric Los Angeles Terminal District, accessed December 2014 ^ Southern California Rapid Transit District, A Guide for Going Places, June 1970 (side 1, side 2) Electric Railway Historical Association of Southern California, Pacific Electric Long Beach Line, accessed December 2014 v t e Pacific Electric Routes Northern Division Alhambra-San Gabriel Annandale Arlington-Corona Arrowhead Covina East Washington El Monte-Baldwin Park Highland Lamanda Park Monrovia-Glendora Mount Lowe North Lake Pasadena Short Line Pasadena via Oak Knoll Ontario-San Antonio Heights Ontario-Upland Pomona Pomona-Claremont Redlands Riverside-Arlington Riverside-Rialto San Bernardino-Riverside San Dimas San Dimas Local Shorb Sierra Madre Sierra Vista Local South Pasadena Local Upland-San Bernardino Western Division Beverly Hills Brush Canyon Coldwater Canyon Echo Park Avenue Edendale Local Glendale-Burbank Lankershim-Van Nuys Laurel Canyon Owensmouth Redondo Beach via Playa del Rey San Fernando Santa Monica Air Line Sawtelle Sherman Soldiers' Home Venice-Inglewood Venice-Playa del Rey Venice Short Line West 16th Street Western and Franklin Avenue Westgate Southern Division American Avenue Balboa Bellflower Catalina Dock East Seventh Street East Third Street Fullerton Hawthorne-El Nido Hawthorne-El Segundo Huntington Beach-La Bolsa La Habra-Yorba Linda Long Beach Long Beach-San Pedro Redondo via Gardena San Pedro via Dominguez San Pedro via Gardena Santa Ana Santa Ana-Huntington Beach Santa Ana-Orange Seal Beach Seal Beach-Huntington Beach-Newport Beach Terminal Island Torrance Watts Whittier History Strike of 1903 1919 streetcar strike General Motors streetcar conspiracy Infrastructure Belmont Tunnel/Toluca Substation and Yard Ivy Substation Pacific Electric Building Pacific Electric Railroad Bridge Substation No. 8 Sub-Station No. 14 Redlands Trolley Barn Subway Terminal Building Watts Station West Santa Ana Branch Predecessors Los Angeles Inter-Urban Electric Railway Monrovia Rapid Transit Company Mount Lowe Railway Pasadena and Pacific Santa Ana, Orange & Tustin Street Railway Los Angeles and Independence Railroad Los Angeles Pacific Railroad Connecting services Glendale and Montrose Railway Los Angeles Railway Successors Metro LAMTA OCTA Omnitrans Waterfront Red Car RTD Legacy Red Car Trolley Who Framed Roger Rabbit Retrieved from "" Categories: Pacific Electric RailwayRailway lines opened in 1902Railway lines closed in 1961Hidden categories: Articles needing additional references from May 2015All articles needing additional references

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