Salt Lake Station

Salt Lake Station was a railway station in Los Angeles, California. It was located on the east side of the Los Angeles River at 1st Street.[1][2] It was built by the Los Angeles Terminal Railway and began service in 1891, becoming a part of the Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad in 1901 and the Union Pacific Railroad system in 1921. Local streetcar service was provided by the Los Angeles Railway.[1] The building was heavily damaged in a fire in 1924, prompting the railroad to move passenger operations to Southern Pacific's Central Station.[2][3]

Salt Lake Station, 1920

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Wood, J. Henry (1907). Security Map And Street Railway Guide of the City of Los Angeles and Vicinity with Map of Beaches and nearby Points of Interest (Map). Los Angeles, California: Security Savings Bank. Retrieved 4 September 2021 – via David Rumsey Historical Map Collection.
  2. ^ a b Musicant, Marlyn, ed. (2014). Los Angeles Union Station. Getty Publishing. pp. 9–11, 30. ISBN 9781606063248.
  3. ^ Nathan Masters (January 17, 2013). "Lost Train Depots of Los Angeles". Socal Focus. KCET. Retrieved 2014-07-15.

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Coordinates: 34°02′51.3″N 118°13′45.6″W / 34.047583°N 118.229333°W / 34.047583; -118.229333