San Pedro Red Car Line

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The Los Angeles-San Pedro "Red Car Line" is a 1.5 mile long rail trolley route linking the attractions along the San Pedro waterfront. There is one original, restored Pacific Electric "Red Cars" and two replicas running on part of an historic Red Car route (the original Red Cars served Los Angeles until 1961). Service began with two cars (replica 501 and restored car 1058) on July 19th, 2003. The line runs on a north-south alignment adjacent to Harbor Blvd. from the Cruise Ship Terminal at Swinford St., 1.5 miles south to 22nd and Miner Streets, near the Cabrillo Marina. There are four stations: World Cruise Center, Downtown/6th Street, Ports O'Call Village, and Marina/22nd Street. Future extensions are being considered south to Cabrillo Aquarium. Service operates only on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. to serve the days when cruise ships are in port.

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Location: 22nd Street/Marina

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Photo by: Peter Ehrlich
Location: Passing siding north of 6th Street/Downtown

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Photo by: Peter Ehrlich
Location: Ports o' Call

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Photo by: Peter Ehrlich
Location: Carbarn

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