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Photograph was edited for publication purposes Photograph caption dated July 12, 1947 reads, "Most complex part of the new freeway link connecting Vineland avenue and Cahuenga Pass will be at Universal City, above, where a grade separation will be constructed over Lankershim boulevard. This Valley Times photo-diagram shows where rail lines will be relocated down the center of the new freeway link. Traffic leading into the Valley will follow the lane on the right of the tracks; that leading to Hollywood will stream down a parkway at the left of the rail lines. Lankershim boulevard traffic onto the freeway's Hollywood-bound lane will go under the freeway and rise on a looped ramp as shown at left. Lankershim traffic into the Valley-bound freeway lane will follow the road at upper right. To get onto Lankershim from the right hand freeway lane, cars will use the road shown in right lower foreground."
1 photographic print :b&w ;29 x 36 cm. Photographic prints
Express highways--California, Southern Express highways--California, Southern--Design and construction Automobiles--California--Los Angeles Lankershim Boulevard (Los Angeles, Calif.) Cahuenga Pass (Los Angeles, Calif.) Studio City (Los Angeles, Calif.) United States Highway 101 Valley Times Collection photographs