Above: Angels Flight is a funicular railway. Funicular basically means that it’s a little tram that goes up a steep slope. It opened in 1901 and was designated a Historic Monument of LA on August 6, 1962.
Location: Hill Street and 3rd Street.
Above: Eastern Columbia Building was built in 1930s. YES, it’s ART DECO! It stands out from the rest with its beautiful turquoise colour and gold details. It was designated a Historic Monument of LA on June 28, 1985.
Location: 849 South Broadway
Above: The City Hall building was designed by John Parkinson, John C. Austin, and Albert C. Martin, Sr., and was completed in 1928. It is the tallest base-isolated structure in the world. The tower is art-deco. Interesting fact, the concrete in its tower was made with sand from each of California‘s 58 counties and water from its 21 historical missions. The building was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 1976.
Location: 200 North Spring Street
Above: United Artists Building was designed by the architect C. Howard Crane for the United Artists corporation formed by Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford.Construction was completed in 1927. Its style is Spanish Gothic.
Location: 929 South Broadway
Above: Pantages Theatre opened in 1920. In 1929 it became Warner Bros Downtown Theatre and in 1988 it became the Jewelry Theatre Centre.