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The Lynwood depot serviced the Pacific Electric's Santa Ana Line which ran from 1903-1958. The structure was later relocated to 3780 Martin Luther King Boulevard in Lynwood to make way for the Century Freeway (I-105). Pacific Electric car bound for Bellflower sitting on the track at the Lynwood station.
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