ⓘ Pasadena Subdivision

                                     

ⓘ Pasadena Subdivision

The Pasadena Subdivision is the remnant branch line of the former Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Los Angeles Second District. The line currently branches off of the Metrolink San Bernardino line at Cambridge in Claremont. The line follows a generally east-west alignment, passing through the cities of Claremont, Pomona, La Verne, San Dimas, Glendora, and Azusa before coming to a truncated end in Irwindale.

The line was originally built in Los Angeles and railroad amp San Gabriel valley, La, SGV in 1885. La&SGV amp was sold and consolidated may 20, 1887, California Central railway. In 1889 was consolidated into the southern California railway company. 17 Jan 1906 in southern California, the railway was sold to at&SF.

The line crossed the desert wind until 1986 and continued to serve in the valley of San Gabriel and the Host on the southwest chief until 1994, when the northridge quake in 1994 weakened the bridge to the East lanes of interstate 210 in Arcadia. In the late 1990-ies the construction of the gold line started and opened July 26, 2003.

In 2013 reconstruction along the former roadbed of the Sierra Madre Villa Azusa started with the gold line foothills extension, and was completed at the end of 2015. The line currently continues station APU / citrus College, one mile past the site of the former station of Azusa, on March 5, 2016.

                                     
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