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Image of F-0241 - Cahuenga Boulevard at Universal City

F-0241 - Cahuenga Boulevard at Universal City

Cahuenga Boulevard. Entrance to short section of storm drain at Universal City.

Image of F-0321 - Manhole removal

F-0321 - Manhole removal

Removal of manhole at Verdugo Road.

Image of F-0323 - Excavation of Verdugo and Glassell Avenue storm drain

F-0323 - Excavation of Verdugo and Glassell Avenue storm drain

General view of excavation and piles for outlet structure and lower end of Verdugo and Glassell sanitary sewer looking northerly.

Image of F-0326 - Box forms for Verdugo and Glassell Avenue Storm Drain

F-0326 - Box forms for Verdugo and Glassell Avenue Storm Drain

Verdugo and Glassell Avenue, setting forms for box section of storm drain, looking easterly.

Image of F-0223 - Laurel Canyon Storm Drain

F-0223 - Laurel Canyon Storm Drain

Laurel Canyon Storm Drain on Stanley Avenue, south of Sunset Boulevard, looking south

Image of F-0236 - Flooding inlet branch on Cahuenga Boulevard

F-0236 - Flooding inlet branch on Cahuenga Boulevard

Cahuenga Boulevard. Flooding inlet branch that drains with material exiting a natural channel, looking south near Universal City

Image of F-0329 - Verdugo and Glassell Avenue Storm Drain

F-0329 - Verdugo and Glassell Avenue Storm Drain

Verdugo and Glassell Avenue storm drain work showing the method of supporting steel for base of box sections between Southern Pacific tracks and outlet, looking southerly.

Image of F-0401 - Forms for Box Sections of Verdugo Road and Glassell Avenue storm drain

F-0401 - Forms for Box Sections of Verdugo Road and Glassell Avenue storm drain

Verdugo Road and Glassell Avenue storm drain placing forms for box sections between Southern Pacific tracks and Los Angeles River looking southerly.

Image of F-0402 - Placing Steel Rails on top of Storm Drain

F-0402 - Placing Steel Rails on top of Storm Drain

Verdugo Road and Glassell Avenue storm drain placing steel rails for top of box sections between Southern Pacific tracks and Los Angeles River looking southerly.

Image of F-0828 - Slauson Avenue Storm Drain, Number Two

F-0828 - Slauson Avenue Storm Drain, Number Two

Slauson Avenue storm drain number 2, intersection of Fourth Avenue and Sixtieth Street looking south on Fourth Avenue.

Image of f-0837 - Slauson Avenue Storm Drain, Number Two

f-0837 - Slauson Avenue Storm Drain, Number Two

Slauson Avenue storm drain number 2, storm drain segments and wooden pallet.

Image of F-0838 - Adams Boulevard and Smiley Avenue

F-0838 - Adams Boulevard and Smiley Avenue

Adams Boulevard and Smiley Avenue, concrete storm drain segment.

Image of F-1568 - Storm Drain Outlet at Point Firmin

F-1568 - Storm Drain Outlet at Point Firmin

Old outlet to Point Firmin storm drain, objectionable as damaging to Cabrillo Beach.

Image of F-1691 -  Arroyo De La Sacatela storm drain

F-1691 - Arroyo De La Sacatela storm drain

Arroyo De La Sacatela storm drain, across which storm drain passes in tunnel. Sacatela Creek was a perennial stream in the early 20th century that began in the Franklin Hills and joined Ballona Creek in Koreatown/Mid-City, between Wilton, Westchester, and Country Club Drive. A seasonal stream flowing from Silver Lake Reservoir area also joined Sacatela Creek near the intersection of today's Beverly Boulevard and Madison Avenue. In 1929 the stormdrain was laid in the stream's path and the creek was filled.

Image of F-1971 - Sacatela Storm Drain

F-1971 - Sacatela Storm Drain

Arroyo de la Sacatela storm drain, looking east on Effie Street at west end of Silverlake. The storm drain was buiilt to contain Sacatela Creek (also called Bimini Slough) and Bimini Hot Springs, a perennial stream that began in the Franklin Hills and joined Ballona Creek in Koreatown/Mid-City, approximately between Wilton, Westchester, and Country Club Drive. After the storm drain was completed, the creek was filled. The photograph shows the ditch with vertical walls of dirt on both sides with wooden poles and planks on the side in the left foreground. Piles of dirt lie on each side of the ditch. Telephone poles are visible in the right background while houses can be seen in the backgrou