Central Station, Los Angeles
Exterior view of the Southern Pacific Depot, ca. 1918
|Location||Fifth and Central|
|Line(s)||Southern Pacific Railroad, Union Pacific|
|Opened||December 1, 1914|
|Closed||August 22, 1956|
The Central Station was built to replace the railroad's Arcade Depot and opened on December 1, 1914. The Union Pacific Railroad, which lost its main Los Angeles train station (built 1891) in a fire, began operating from the station in 1924.
All passenger services were transferred to Union Station, upon that building's completion in 1939.
The Central Station was demolished on August 22, 1956.
- Nathan Masters (January 17, 2013). "Lost Train Depots of Los Angeles". Socal Focus. KCET. Retrieved 2014-07-15.
- Reiring, Ron (2012-07-24), "Los Angeles, CA Union Pacific train station", flickr.com/, retrieved 2019-05-08 Flickr images: Central Station, @ www.flickr.com/photos/84263554@N00/7637098244/]
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