Former ranch land, Huntington Park was blandly named La Park in 1899 by
a pair of real estate developers. In order to attract the Pacific
Electric Railway, also known as the Red Car Line, the developers
changed the name of the town to Huntington Park, after the railway's
owner, Henry Huntington. (Huntington's estate in San Marino, now known
as the Huntington Library, is the repository for the papers of Charles
Bukowski.) The train came, and so did the people. So many that in 1906
Huntington Park incorporated and continued to grow as a thriving
working-class community thanks to the train line that took workers to
manufacturing jobs. When the manufacturing jobs left in the 1970s, so
did the white residents, who were quickly replaced by Latinos. They
revitalized Pacific Boulevard, between Florence and Slauson, the main
drag in Huntington Park. While you're there, warm up with some Mexican
chicken and rice soup at the original Avila's El Ranchito, 6703 Santa
Ave., or a hot Cuban sandwich and fresh Mexican pastries at El Gallo
Giro at 7148 Pacific Ave.
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