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7 (Los Angeles Railway)

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Type  Light rail
Locale  Los Angeles
Opened  1932
Track gauge  Narrow gauge
System  Los Angeles Railway
Stations  26
Owner  Los Angeles Railway
7 (Los Angeles Railway)
Termini  Spring and 2nd Street Athens Way and 116th Street

7 was a line operated by the Los Angeles Railway from 1932 to 1955. It ran from Spring and 2nd Streets to Athens and 116th Street, by way of Spring Street, Main Street, Broadway Place, Broadway, and Athens Way. During its Los Angeles Transit Lines days, around 1950–55, Line 7 was rerouted (or detoured) off S. Broadway to Central Ave., at least as far north as 7th St. across Olympic Bl. to possibly Vernon Avenue, covering trackage that was abandoned rail by line U, when that line was converted to trolleybus August 3, 1947.

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7 (Los Angeles Railway) Wikipedia


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