At the turn of the century, many workers of the Los Angeles Electric Railway made West Hollywood their home. It was then known as Sherman, named for the co-owner of the railway who had craftsman style cottages built to accommodate his workers and their families. Today, a few of the remaining cottages from this era will be razed to make way for condominiums. Huell makes a somber visit with residents and a member of the LA Conservancy for one last look at these important buildings.

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