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  2. AT&T Switching Center - Wikipedia

    The AT&T Madison Complex Tandem Office is a 17-story, 79 m (259 ft) building in Los Angeles, California, completed in 1961. With its microwave tower, used through 1993, bringing the overall height to 137 m (449 ft), it is the 29th tallest building in Los Angeles. The building serves 1.3 million phone lines in area code 213, and other Los ...

  3. Network distribution center - Wikipedia

    Location 005, 066, 068-079, 085-119: New Jersey NDC ... ISC Los Angeles CA Los Angeles International Airport

  4. Los Angeles City Oil Field - Wikipedia

    The Los Angeles City Oil Field is a large oil field north of Downtown Los Angeles. Long and narrow, it extends from immediately south of Dodger Stadium west to Vermont Avenue, encompassing an area of about four miles (6 km) long by a quarter-mile across. Its former productive area amounts to 780 acres (3.2 km 2 ).

  5. Sixth Street Viaduct - Wikipedia

    Location. The Sixth Street Viaduct, also known as the Sixth Street Bridge, is a viaduct bridge that connects the Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles with the Boyle Heights neighborhood. The Sixth Street Viaduct spans the Los Angeles River, the Santa Ana Freeway ( US 101 ), and the Golden State Freeway ( I-5 ), as well as Metrolink ( Orange ...

  6. List of Metrolink (California) stations - Wikipedia

    The system is governed by the Southern California Regional Rail Authority and operated under contract by Amtrak, [1] serving five counties in the region— Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura —as well as Oceanside in San Diego County.

  7. LAPD Hooper Heliport - Wikipedia

    Hooper Heliport is located on the roof of the C. Erwin Piper Technical Center, the world's largest rooftop airport. It is centrally located next to Los Angeles Union Station. It is home to the Los Angeles Police Department 's Air Support Division which is the largest metropolitan police aviation unit in the U.S. with 16 helicopters .

  8. List of Superfund sites in California - Wikipedia

    Three additional sites have been proposed for entry on the list. [2] Twelve sites have been cleaned up and removed from the list. [2] One site was proposed for entry and then removed. Contents Alameda Alpine Amador Butte Calaveras Colusa Contra Costa Del Norte El Dorado Fresno Glenn Humboldt Imperial Inyo Kern Kings Lake Lassen Los Angeles Madera

  9. Hartfield-Zodys - Wikipedia

    Locations included: [4] Garden Grove, 9852 Chapman Ave. Opened 6/15/1960 Redondo Beach, 1413 Hawthorne Blvd. Opened 11/3/1960 Long Beach, 5933 Spring Street. Opened 8/13/1961 Northridge, 10201 Reseda Blvd. Opened 10/27/1961 Canoga Park, 8201 Topanga Canyon Road. Opened 9/27/1962 West Covina, 615 N. Azusa Road. Opened 9/27/1962