7-SOUTH BROADWAY LINE (1932-1934)

 

Formed from the South Broadway branch of the M-Grand and Moneta Avenue Line, and the Santa Fe Depot branch of the N-West 9th Street and Santa Fe Depot Line. Service begun June 12, 1932.

 

ROUTE: From W. 116th Street and Athens Avenue, north on Athens, South Broadway, S. Broadway Place, Main and Spring Streets to W. 2nd Street. Southeast on 2nd to Traction Avenue to E. 3rd Street, east on 3rd to Santa Fe Avenue, north on Santa Fe to Depot at E. 2nd Street.

 

NOVEMBER 11, 1934: Rerouted and renamed the 7-South Broadway and Civic Center Line.

 

7-SOUTH BROADWAY AND CIVIC CENTER LINE (1934-1955)

 

Formed from the 7-South Broadway Line; service begun November 11, 1934.

 

ROUTE: From 116th Street and Athens Avenue, north on Athens, South Broadway, South Broadway Place, Main and Spring Streets to Sunset Boulevard Line to the Santa Fe Depot transferred to the 9-Line.

 

SEPTEMBER 12, 1948: Due to building the Hollywood Freeway, terminus cut back to Temple and Spring Streets.

 

JULY 17, 1949: Service restored to Sunset Boulevard and Spring Street.

 

MAY 5, 1955: Rail service abandoned.