Whittier (Pacific Electric)
|Termini||Pacific Electric Building
|Daily ridership||1,139,480 (peak, 1923)|
|Opened||November 7, 1903|
|Owner||Southern Pacific Railroad|
|Line length||17.35 miles|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge|
The Whittier line was a line on the Pacific Electric Railway that operated between 1904 and 1935. The line served Downtown Los Angeles and Whittier via Huntington Park, Rivera, and Los Nietos. Due to its roundabout route, the line quickly lost out to bus and automobile service along Whittier Boulevard.
Times as of 1931
|station||Mi. EB||Mi. WB||Time EB||Time WB|
|Bell (Maywood Ave.)||6.73||10.62|
|Bell (Gifford Ave)||7.20||10.15||0:23||0:21|
- "Pacific Electric Railway Time Table". Metro Library and Archive. August 26, 1931.
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