Photograph of a street in Monrovia City during the arrival of a Pacific Electric trolley car, Los Angeles, ca.1900. The Pacific Electric car cuts in from the frame at left and a group of five men stand in front of it awaiting entry. Interspersed among them are two conductors, while a third can be seen inside the car at the entrance. A wide, unpaved street stretches beyond the car towards the mountains in the distance while four more men stand at its end looking at the trolley. Shops line either side of the street. Legible signs include: "Postal Telegraph Commercial Cables", "Hardware Stoves, Ect.", "Thos. Neville Druggist", and a fallen banner which reads "Real Estate". Utility cables make a web of trolley car cables over the scene.