SURVIVING EQUIPMENT OF
LOS ANGELES RAILWAY

Los Angeles Railway, or LARy, was a streetcar system which operated in and near downtown Los Angeles. Known locally as the "Yellow Cars" for their yellow paint scheme, it operated on a three-foot six-inch guage.

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This page is part of David Coscia's SP Site

October 31, 2012


STREETCARS

LARy 57 open bench single-truck trolley built as trailer 405 in 1880s, renumbered 57 in 1903, rebuilt as rail grinder 9311 in 1916 Poway-Midland Railroad; Poway, CA
LARy 521 Type B Huntington Standard built by St. Louis Car Co.in 1906 Seashore Trolley Museum; Kennebunkport, ME
LARy 733 Type B Huntington Standard built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1912 Old Pueblo Trolley; Tucson, AZ
LARy 860 Type B Huntington Standard built by American Car Co. in 1912 Old Pueblo Trolley; Tucson, AZ
LARy 1030 Type G Birney built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1920 Being restored by members of the Electric Railway Historical Association. Streetcar formerly owned by Ray Younghans; Los Angeles, CA
LARy 1318 Type H steel car built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1923 Oregon Electric Railway Historical Society; Lake Oswego, OR
LARy 3101 Type P PCC built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1943 Pike's Peak Historical Street Railway Foundation; Colorado Springs, CO
LARy 1435 Type H steel car built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1924 Privately owned and being restored to almost new; Los Angeles, CA


Orange Empire Railway Museum; Perris, CA
Descanso Type D funeral car originally Paraiso, renamed in 1922; built by LARy shops in 1909
LARy 7 Type A California car built by St. Louis Car Co.in 1895
LARy 151 Type B Huntington Standard built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1898
LARy 525 Type B Huntington Standard built by St. Louis Car Co.in 1906
LARy 665 Type B Huntington Standard built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1911
LARy 744 Type B Huntington Standard built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1911
LARy 807 Type B Huntington Standard built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1911
LARy 836 Type B Huntington Standard built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1911
LARy 936 Type C center entrance built by American Car Co. in 1914
LARy 1003 Type G Birney built by American Car Co. in 1920
LARy 1160 Type F arch roof car built by the LARy shops in 1923
LARy 1201 Type H steel car first of the Type H cars; built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1921
LATL 1423 Type H steel car built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1924
LATL 1450 Type H steel car last of the Type H cars; built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1924
LARy 1559 Type K-4 wood car a wood copy of the H class; built by LARy shops in 1924
LARy 2601 Type M Peter Witt one of two cars purchased by LARy; built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1930
LARy 3001 Type P-1 PCC First of the Type P cars; built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1937
LARy 3072 Type P-2PCC Built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1938
LARy 3100 Type P-2 PCC With the center door moved back one window for improved circulation; built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1943
LARy 3165 Type P-2 PCC last streetcar purchased by LARy; built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1948
LARy 9007 Birney money car renumbered in 1929, former 1069
LARy 9209 power car built in 1913
LATL 9225 five-ton derrick built in 1912
LATL 9310 rail grinder built in 1925
LATL 9350 tower car built in 1907
LARy 9351 tower car built in 1907, rebuilt in 1912, former 9202 power car
LAMTA 9550 shop switcher built in 1904, former 997
LARy 9614 flat car built in 1907 as wood, rebuilt with steel in 1929
LATL 9615 flat car built in 1907 as wood, rebuilt with steel in 1929

STRUCTURES

Los Angeles Railway Building 1060 S. Broadway
Huron substation corner of Huron Street and West Avenue 28
Inglewood substation at Inglewood Park Cemetery, portion of the Sunset Mission Mausoleum; has two bell towers
Plaza substation visible from Alameda Street; the brick building at the south end of Olvera Street
Soto substation corner of Soto Street at 6th Street