1956 - Locked gate on closed subway tunnel at 22nd Street and Glendale Blvd. in Los Angeles, in June 1956. End of the Pacific Electric red trolley car era. Photo by Jack Gaunt, L.A. Times Archives Web: http://www.framework.latimes.com
New York in Black and White - Hester Street, Lower East Side, 1901
A nearly empty Pacific Electric Red Trolley car enroute from Los Angeles to Long Beach.
Los Angeles' Pacific Electric Red Cars were taken out of service in At their peak, they crisscrossed four counties on more than miles of track. Related: Trolley buff guides others down the tracks of memory
10 Photos of the Bombed-Out Bronx from the Early Days of RapSouth Bronx, 1981
Unit study on Incas,Aztecs, and mayans
Los Angeles’ Pacific Electric Red Cars
Los Angeles’ Pacific Electric Red Cars - Framework - Photos and Video - Visual Storytelling from the Los Angeles Times
1946 - A two-car Pacific Electric Trolley train car collided with a two-ton truck and trailer in Bellflower, with the first car hurtling off the track and shearing a telephone pole. The trailer wheels are in the upper right corner. Photo - L.A. Times Archives Web: http://www.framework.latimes.com
Diego Rivera / Mural of the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan, Palacio Nacional, Mexico City
expect that after long time to blow all up and clean! better blow up all concrete on top in mountains of rubble! nothing all buildings fall apart and includes all houses! Excavations for Grand Central Station, New York City.