Pacific Electric building
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Pacific Electric building
Pacific Electric building, looking north up Spring Street. At this time the building functioned as a train station. ()
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Bungalow Heaven in Pasadena is a designated historic district based on the prevalence of a certain style of bungalows, usually one-story Craftsman style. (Gary Friedman / LAT)
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The stone walls of the Lummis house (El Alisal), built over a period of 12 years by Charles Fletcher Lummis next to the Arroyo Seco in Pasadena. Lummis was the first city editor of the Los Angeles Times. (Iris Schneider / LAT)
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A wrought iron fence encircles a home on Hoyt Street in Pacoima. (Myung J. Chun / LAT)
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Entrance to Hollywoodland on Beechwood Boulevard (date unknown). ()
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Gondoliers ply their oars on canals under the romantic bridges of Venice, Calif. ()
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Spadena House located at Walden and Carmelita in Beverly Hills. The story book house was once on a movie lot in Culver City. ()
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