The Gold Line train station Chinatown Los Angeles runs along the edge of Little Tokyo, then out through East LA. City Hall is seen in the background. Cars zoom by in the foreground. This train is heading into Lincoln Heights, and then out through Pasadena towards the east.
I was about 100 yards down the road shooting back at the Gold Line train station. I was using a long lens to get a nice compression on the car lights streaking by. Lucky for me it was a good night for traffic. There are some nights when I seem to wait for ever for a car to drive by or even worse is when I’m waiting for there to be no cars and it seems like everyone and their grandma’s are there. I was also fortunate enough to capture a train as it loaded up its passengers, and headed out to the east side.
The Metro Gold Line train station Chinatown Los Angeles, Eastside Extension connects East LA by rail to Downtown LA, Hollywood, Pasadena, Long Beach and dozens of points in between. With eight stations serving diverse LA neighborhoods such as the Arts District, Little Tokyo and Boyle Heights, it’s easy to skip the traffic and discover dining, entertainment, shopping and cultural attractions quickly and inexpensively.
Which you could find at their website, for more info go to Metro.net
Chinatown Gold Line Train Station Los Angeles is an elevated light rail station in the Los Angeles County Metro Rail system. It is located at the intersection of North Spring Street and College Street, on the edge of Chinatown just north of Downtown Los Angeles. The station is served by the Gold Line.
Chinatown Station is a short walk from North Broadway, a bustling street of Chinese-American restaurants and stores. The station is also a short distance from Dodger Stadium.
– from wikipedia