This Date in Seal Beach History
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Tag Archives: power plant
A load increase at the steam plant plunges Los Angeles onto darkness! Continue reading
A Seal Beach founding father, a Pacific Electric red car, and sabotage! Continue reading
safe bathing for mankind, especially the women and little children Continue reading
The Seal Beach city council considers many things. Continue reading
We’re dredging up some local history and using it to fill this post. Continue reading
Judging by our web traffic stats, the power plant that stood at Ocean Avenue and First Street from 1925 to 1967 has been the most popular of all the Seal Beach history covered in this blog. Our first post on the … Continue reading
Los Angeles Gas and Electric Corp. Steam Plant – 1967 Today’s post is a companion piece to this earlier post featuring film footage of the steam plant being demolished in 1967. Joyce Kucera, who provided the footage in the earlier … Continue reading
Los Angeles Gas and Electric Corp. Steam Plant – 1967 One of our more popular posts featured the power plant that once dominated the Seal Beach landscape on First Street. Seal Beach resident Joyce Kucera just recently rediscovered her home … Continue reading