A Pacific Electric car destined for oblivion waits at the west portal to the subway on the line's last day of service, June, 19 Courtesy of the Metro Transportation Library and Archive. Used under a Creative Commons license (CC BY-NC-SA
VView of the Tudor cinema (showing Without Reservations and The Shadow Returns) near the intersection of East 42 Street and Third Avenue, under the IRT Third Avenue elevated railway, New York, New York, early 1946 Photo by Fred Stein Archive/Archive
Although normal passenger service moved to Union Station in La Grande station was called into service once more during World War II. Japanese Americans bound for internment camps departed from the historic depot.
Pacific Electric Railway rebuilt the cars used on the Great Cable Incline on Mount Lowe to include a roof on the top deck (ca. These cars, stripped to their floors, were last used to carry salvage in when the Mount Lowe line was scrapped.