Monrovia–Glendora (Pacific Electric)

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Monrovia-Glendora
Overview
Type Light rail
System Pacific Electric
Locale Southern California
Termini 6th & Main Terminal
Glendora
Stations 39
Daily ridership unknown
Operation
Opening 1902
Closed 1950
Owner Pacific Electric
Operator(s) Pacific Electric
Rolling stock varied
Technical
No. of tracks varied
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Electrification Overhead lines
Route map

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Glendora
La Fetre
Citrus Avenue
End of Double Track
Azusa
Puente Largo
San Gabriel River
Rivas
Las Lomas
Mount Olive
East Duarte
Duarte
Glenney
Greenwood
Lexington Creek
Monrovia
Santa Anita Canyon
ATSF
Arcadia
Arcadia Wash
Santa Ana
Golden West Avenue
Sunnyslope
Michillinda
Eaton Canyon
La Presa
Sunnyslope
Rose Avenue
Rubio Wash
San Marino
Las Rosas
El Molino
San Pasqual Wash
Pasqualito
Fletcher Avenue
Oneonta ParkPasadena Short Line
La Cresta
Sierra Vista
Newton
Titus
Happy Valley
Soto Street Viaduct
El Sereno
Lincoln Park
SP RR
Charlotte Street
Marengo Street
Valley Junction
State Street
Echandia
Brooklyn Avenue
UP RR
Los Angeles River
ATSF
P
Southern Division
6th/Main TerminalF

Monrovia-Glendora was a route on the Pacific Electric Railway until 1950, serving the San Gabriel Valley.

It ran from 1902 to 1950, supporting real estate development in the valley.

Route[edit]

The Monrovia-Glendora route ran from the 6th & Main Terminal in Downtown Los Angeles — through:


A long section of the route was along present-day Huntington Drive. The Arcadia train station was the route's San Gabriel Valley transfer point for Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway passenger trains.