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La Habra-Yorba Linda (Pacific Electric)

La Habra-Yorba Linda
Overview
Type Light rail
System Pacific Electric
Locale Los Angeles, the Gateway Cities and Orange County
Termini Downtown Los Angeles
Yorba Linda, California
Stations 34
Daily ridership 100,105 (last count)
Operation
Opening 1911
Closed 1938
Owner Southern Pacific Railroad
Rolling stock PE 220 Class (last used)
Technical
Track gauge
Electrification Overhead lines
Route map

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La Habra-Yorba Linda was a line of the Pacific Electric Railway. The route, passing through one of the most sparsely populated areas of Greater Los Angeles, was not originally intended for passenger service unless a connection to Corona was completed. Despite this, the route was opened for service and closed down in 1938 due to low ridership.

List of Major Stations

Station Major Connections Date Opened Date Closed City
La Habra-Yorba Linda
Pacific Electric Building Alhambra-San Gabriel, Annandale, Balboa, Fullerton, Hawthorne-El Segundo, Long Beach, Monrovia-Glendora, Mount Lowe, Pasadena Short Line, Pasadena via Oak Knoll, Pomona, Redlands, Redondo via Gardena, Riverside-Rialto, San Pedro via Dominguez, San Pedro via Gardena, Santa Ana, Santa Monica Air Line, Sierra Madre, Soldiers' Home, South Pasadena Local, Upland-San Bernardino, Whittier, LAR Routes B, H, J, R, 7, and 8 1905 1961 Los Angeles
Amoco Balboa, Fullerton, Hawthorne-El Segundo, Long Beach, Redondo via Gardena, San Pedro via Dominguez, San Pedro via Gardena, Santa Ana, Santa Monica Air Line, Soldiers' Home, Whittier 1902 1961
Slauson Junction Balboa, Fullerton, Hawthorne-El Segundo, Long Beach, Redondo via Gardena, San Pedro via Dominguez, San Pedro via Gardena, Santa Ana, Whittier 1902 1961
Los Nietos Fullerton, Whittier 1903 1941 Santa Fe Springs
La Habra Fullerton 1911 1938 La Habra


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