Los Angeles Metro Gold Line: Little Tokyo Arts District

I take the Los Angeles Metro a lot to get to and from appointments on the other side of town. Whenever I take the Gold Line, the main above ground branch of the Metro and the closest to my house, I tend to look out the window a lot, and when I do I tend to notice a lot of stuff that I’d like to go take pictures of. Unfortunately, I can’t stop and get out for fear of missing said appointments, so in September of 2012 I began an ongoing expedition to get off at every stop on the Gold Line and take pictures, which extended into the new year due to delays. Many of the stops ended up not having anything interesting, but those that did more than made up for the difference.

These are from the fourth stop, Little Tokyo Arts District Station

Roket Lens

Roket Lens

An oddly labeled wall


14 Yellow Squares

14 Yellow Squares


Mega Toys

Mega Toys

An abandoned toy warehouse near Little Tokyo Arts District Station on the Los Angeles Metro Gold Line. I just missed Scooby-Doo and the gang. Adjusted to provide appropriate spooky ambiance, because the real deal didn’t have the common decency to be haunted (as is required by law of all abandoned entertainment, industrial, medical, scientific, educational and military establishments and at least 50% of all abandoned castles, graveyards and miscellaneous ruins).


The Eye

The Eye

So yeah, I basically ignored the arts district and went instead for the warehouse district. I like industrial stuff.


Oil Well



All the Little Metal Boxes

All the Little Metal Boxes

A warehouse lot full of salvaged serving area interface boxes. I swear, sometimes it feels like someone set these places up specifically for me to take a picture of.


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