PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION LOS ANGELES
SHIP and FERRY
Automobile Ferry to Balboa Island and the Coast Highway.
The Queen Mary cruise ship operated weekly between New York and Southampton from 1936 until 1967. Now a hotel in the Los Angeles Harbor.
The S.S. Lane Victory cargo ship is a veteran of World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Today at Pier 94 San Pedro.
A container ship at the harbor dock loading/unloading cargo.
Berth 57 in the Port of Los Angeles. Abandoned warehouse with railroad tracks in the container age.
RAILWAY and TRAIN
Angel's Flight railway 1901 by Colonel J.W. Eddy Public Transportation from Hill Street to Bunker Hill.
The Alameda Corridor is a 20-mile express railway link between the rail yards of Vernon and the Los Angeles Harbor constructed 1997 to 2002. This route to the Long Beach and L.A. harbors was already established in 1868 by Phineas T. Banning.
Pacific Electric mass transit Red Car trolley in the San Pedro Harbor.
West portal of the Belmont Tunnel at the The Pacific Electric Subway Toluca Passenger Car Yard in downtown Los Angeles was in operation from 1925 until 1955.
Chinatown station of the Gold Line metro from downtown Los Angeles to Pasadena located at North Spring and College Streets.
Royal Hudson locomotive 1913 by the Montreal Locomotive Works at the Nethercutt Museum in Sylmar.
Santa Susana Pass railroad tunnel in Chatsworth 1900-07-16 start of construction 1904-03-20 first train.
Tunnel of the Metro Red Line near MacArthur Park - Travel smart, take Metro - Los Angeles Public Transportation.
AVIATION & AIR TRAVEL
Los Angeles International Airport LAX formerly known as Mines Field between Westchester and El Segundo.
The Casablanca Hangar of the 1941 movie directed by Michael Curtiz located at Waterman Drive near L.A. Metropolitan Airport Van Nuys. The Warner Brothers production was starring Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre and Claude Rains.
This Sea King VH-3A was in service 1961 to 1976 as presidential helicopter and then landed at the Richard Nixon Library and birthplace site in Yorba Linda, California. In 1916 Raul Pateras de Pescara of Buenos Aires, Argentina built the first helicopter.
Historic 1928 rotating beacon light tower at the Santa Monica Airport at 3223 Donald Douglas Loop.
Santa Monica Airport was est. in 1923 as Clover Field named after American aviator and First World War hero Lieutenant Greayer Clover.
Public Art along the bike path from Culver City to Marina Del Rey. Here at Ballona Creek and Duquesne Avenue.