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Aerial View of San Pedro’s ‘Sunken City’

KTLA- An area of San Pedro known as the “Sunken City” is currently closed to the public, but a new proposal may soon allow visitors to explore the secluded property during daylight hours.Currently surrounded by an iron fence, this part of the San Pedro coastline began sliding into the ocean in 1929. Slabs of graffiti-filled concrete now fill the hillside where streets, sidewalks and bungalow homes once stood.
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Details
Clip #:473518014HD
Collection:Tribune Broadcasting
Date created:May 12, 2015
License type:Rights-ready
Release info:Not released. More information
Clip length:00:00:41:16
Location:San Pedro, CA, United States
Mastered to:QuickTime XDCAM HD HD 1920x1080 29.97i More information
Source:Tribune Broadcasting
Object name:sunkencity1.mov

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