The Historic Los Angeles Union Station

On March 5, 2021, I filmed the interior of the Spanish Colonial Revival/Art Deco ticket lobby of The Historic Los Angeles Union Station. This film also includes photographs of the exterior of the station-built in 1939, and the Metro Hall murals and skylight. This was filmed on my March 4-6 vacation.

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Broadway- A Film & Retrospective of San Diego’s Busiest Thoroughfare – 1910-2021

San Diego’s Broadway- A Film & Historical Retrospective of San Diego’s Busiest Thoroughfare – 1910-2021 – Presented by George Farrar The film encompasses the following: -Broadway street life on February 21, 2021 including cars, trucks, buses, a trolley, and pedestrians from Eighth Avenue to the Pier. – A musical look at the architecture of The […]

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Our Union Station – Jacksonville’s Old Railroad Station from 1919 until 1974

History Jacksonville explores the amazing history of old Union Station (now the Prime Osborn Convention Center) and it’s predecessor Flagler (Union) Depot. George Farrar presents a people’s history of the station & photographs of the station, railyard and trains during it’s heyday, of the abandonment in the 1970s and it’s rebirth as a convention center.

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Our San Marco & Treaty Oak, The Acosta Bridge & Old Dixieland Amusement Park

Today on another episode of History Jacksonville- I explore Treaty Oak, show you what old Dixieland Amusement Park looked like in the early 20th century, discuss the Acosta Bridge over the years & take you over it, and bring to you the history of San Marco amidst the Christmastime festivities in Balis Park.

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Jacksonville History Our Murray Hill – 100 Years & Beyond

In the 1st episode of the 5th season of History Jacksonville , I explore the Murray Hill neighborhood,  discuss the history, and reflected on my times visiting my mother there.  Enjoy The Jax Left – A Progressive, Public Affairs Channel for the People of Jacksonville, Florida. Check out all of our shows at theleftturnnetwork.com

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