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Photo by Annie Laskey/L.A. Conservancy

Angels Flight

One of L.A.'s most enduring landmarks and the "shortest railway in the world" opened in 1901, and the funicular still carries passengers between Hill Street, just steps from Metro's Pershing Square Station, and the top of Bunker Hill.
Four-Level Interchange
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Four-Level Interchange

As the only interchange in the region to be certified as a civil engineering landmark, its robust elegance is a true aesthetic achievement.
Photo by Jessica Hodgdon/L.A. Conservancy

Lankershim Depot

Closed for more than thirty years, one of the San Fernando Valley’s oldest buildings gained new life as a coffee shop.
Lincoln Park Gateway
Photo by Bill Lee

Lincoln Park Gateway

Lincoln Park's signature gateway stands as a testament to Angelenos' commitment to the welfare of its citizens.
Photo by Kevin Break

North Spring Street Viaduct

Designated as Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #900 in 2008, The North Spring Street Viaduct is one of the historic bridges spanning the Los Angeles River.
Photo by Kevin Break

Sixth Street Viaduct

Built in 1932, the two-thirds-mile-long Sixth Street Viaduct is the last-built and grandest of the monumental river bridges, with its graceful steel arches and Classical Moderne design.