San Diego
After San Diego streetcar service was terminated April 24,1949, one of the first cities to come under National City Lines bus influence, 20 PCCs were sold to El Paso Texas where they were used to travel over the border of Mexico into the city of Juarez.  This operation ran until 1973, when Mexico banned the electric cars to travel in Juarez. Two cars, #508 and #528 were saved and are at Orange Empire Ry. Museum in Perris Ca.  The remaining 4 cars were scrapped in 1957, after sitting in the bus yard at 16th St. and Imperial Ave.
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San Diego Electric Rwy.

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