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The Pacific Electric Railroad Bridge in Torrance as seen in 2013
The Pacific Electric Railroad Bridge in Torrance as seen in 2013
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Torrance Beach
Torrance Beach
Don Manuel Domínguez, a signer of the Californian Constitution and owner of Rancho San Pedro, which included all of modern-day Torrance.
Don Manuel Domínguez, a signer of the Californian Constitution and owner of Rancho San Pedro, which included all of modern-day Torrance.
The Pacific Railroad Bridge, often called the El Prado Bridge, was designed by famed architect Irving Gill. The bridge stands as an icon for the city
The Pacific Railroad Bridge, often called the El Prado Bridge, was designed by famed architect Irving Gill. The bridge stands as an icon for the city of Torrance.
Torrance Beach lies between the Palos Verdes Peninsula and Redondo Beach on the Santa Monica Bay.
Torrance Beach lies between the Palos Verdes Peninsula and Redondo Beach on the Santa Monica Bay.