This Date in Seal Beach History
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Tag Archives: Red Car
Still waiting on that 25-foot cement promenade from Alamitos Bay to Anaheim Bay. Continue reading
It’s a sad day when a Pacific Electric ad features a bus. Continue reading
The final promotion to bring San Bernardino folk to Seal Beach Continue reading
On this date in 1975, Seal Beach held an official ground-breaking ceremony for the 12 block long and hundred foot wide park between the lanes of Electric Avenue. The ceremony was held at 8th and Electric Avenue, and a full day of … Continue reading
We’re dredging up some local history and using it to fill this post. Continue reading
Some of our most popular posts have featured historical photographs of Seal Beach police officers. These have come to us through the generosity of Stan Berry, a local expert on the Seal Beach Police Department and The Seal Beach Fire … Continue reading
Main Street Mondays – May 1913 Main Street in Seal Beach has been a favorite subject for photographers throughout its 95 years of history. Every Monday between now and the end of the Seal Beach Founders Celebration, we’ll be posting … Continue reading