Alhambra – San Gabriel (Pacific Electric)

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Alhambra-San Gabriel
Overview
Type Light rail
System Pacific Electric
Locale Los Angeles, San Gabriel Valley
Termini Pacific Electric Building
Temple City, California
Stations 18
Daily ridership 1,063,529 (last count)
Operation
Opened 1901
Closed 1941
Owner Southern Pacific Railroad
Rolling stock 1300 class (last used)
Technical
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Electrification Overhead lines
Route map
Temple City
East San Gabriel
Rubio Wash
San Gabriel
Alhambra Wash
San Pasqual Wash
Alhambra
West Alhambraseveral lines
Sierra Vista
Newton
Titus
Happy Valley
Soto Street Viaduct
El Sereno
Lincoln Park
SP RR
Charlotte Street
Marengo Street
Covina
Valley Junction
State Street
Echandia
Brooklyn Avenue
UP RR
Los Angeles River
ATSF
P
Southern Division
6th/Main TerminalF

Alhambra-San Gabriel was a line operated by the Pacific Electric Railway from 1901 to 1941, running from Downtown Los Angeles to Temple City.

List of Major Stations[edit]

Station Major connections Date opened Date closed City
Alhambra-San Gabriel
San Gabriel Southern Pacific Railroad 1901 1941 San Gabriel
Alhambra 1901 1941 Alhambra
Sierra Vista Monrovia-Glendora, Mount Lowe, Pasadena Short Line, Pasadena via Oak Knoll, Shorb, Sierra Madre 1901 1951
Covina Junction Monrovia-Glendora, Mount Lowe, Pasadena Short Line, Pasadena via Oak Knoll, Pomona, Riverside-Rialto, Sierra Madre, Upland-San Bernardino 1901 1951 Los Angeles
Echandia Junction Annandale, Monrovia-Glendora, Mount Lowe, Pasadena Short Line, Pasadena via Oak Knoll, Pomona, Riverside-Rialto, Sierra Madre, South Pasadena Local, Upland-San Bernardino 1895 1951
Pacific Electric Building Alhambra-San Gabriel, Annandale, Balboa, Fullerton, Hawthorne-El Segundo, La Habra-Yorba Linda, Long Beach, Monrovia-Glendora, Mount Lowe, Pasadena Short Line, Pasadena via Oak Knoll, Pomona, Riverside-Rialto, San Pedro via Dominguez, San Pedro via Gardena, Santa Ana, Santa Monica Air Line, Sierra Madre, Soldiers' Home, South Pasadena Local, Whittier 1905 1961

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