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1910 : The small pond at La Brea tar pits, which is now in central Los Angeles, California. Beyond is the Hancock oil field with oil derricks stretching across the land.

1910 : The small pond at La Brea tar pits, which is now in central Los Angeles, California. Beyond is the Hancock oil field with oil derricks stretching across the land.

Before the 710 Freeway. If you look closely, you are able to see the Floral drive-in theater towards to the upper left of the image. The San Bernardino (10) Freeway, paralleled by Ramona Boulevard curve at forefront; City Terrace is at right background. August 25, 1958.

Before the 710 Freeway. If you look closely, you are able to see the Floral drive-in theater towards to the upper left of the image. The San Bernardino (10) Freeway, paralleled by Ramona Boulevard curve at forefront; City Terrace is at right background. August 25, 1958.

ven the least historically minded Angeleno probably knows about Angels Flight, the beloved funicular that graced the corner of Hill and Third for over 60 years. What many do not realize is that for 40 years, Bunker Hill residents enjoyed two incline railways in their neighborhood. Unlike Angels Flight, which has become one of the defining images of yesterday's Downtown, Court Flight has become a footnote in the history of the city.

ven the least historically minded Angeleno probably knows about Angels Flight, the beloved funicular that graced the corner of Hill and Third for over 60 years. What many do not realize is that for 40 years, Bunker Hill residents enjoyed two incline railways in their neighborhood. Unlike Angels Flight, which has become one of the defining images of yesterday's Downtown, Court Flight has become a footnote in the history of the city.

Bunker Hill before it was razed: the Melrose Hotel and Hotel Richelieu at Grand Avenue and Second Street in the late 1950s.

Bunker Hill before it was razed: the Melrose Hotel and Hotel Richelieu at Grand Avenue and Second Street in the late 1950s.

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