Looking west at a divided Melrose Avenue, near Detroit St. (2 blocks west of La Brea Ave), 1928.

Looking west at a divided Melrose Avenue, near Detroit St. (2 blocks west of La Brea Ave), 1928.In this photo, we’re looking west along Melrose Avenue, near Detroit Street, 2 blocks west of La Brea). This is from 1928 and the way Melrose is divided by that dark strip, it almost looks like they’re planning to lay down a streetcar line. Or maybe they called it back then what we call it now: a turning lane.

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One Response to Looking west at a divided Melrose Avenue, near Detroit St. (2 blocks west of La Brea Ave), 1928.

  1. Wow – that had surely changed by the time we arrived in Calif. in late 1937 or early 1938. Love always.