Listening for the Trains to Come
1992. Segment of a parking lot fence, Adobe Street at College Street, CRA%.
The work provides details from the history of Chinese Americans in
Los Angeles, who originally settled in the area where Union Station was
subsequently built in the 1930s. The current Chinatown was known as the New Chinatown.
"Listening for the Trains to Come" incorporates text and negatives from historic photographs. Do not reproduce information from this site without acknowledgement of the artists and their works, or of the authors of this site.
To: Public Art in Chinatown, Los Angeles
Photos taken by Ruth Wallach
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