What's it like to live in a neighborhood on the verge of extinction?
In the latest installment of his series Tom Explores Los Angeles exploring the lesser known and more interesting parts of Los Angeles, Thomas Carroll visits Manchester Square.
The neighborhood is being slowly bought up by Los Angeles World Airports, the company that owns LAX. Only a few residents remain. Tom talks with one of them in the video.
Since we last posted about Tom's series, he's posted a couple of new videos.
One was timed to the 100th anniversary of the L.A. Aqueduct. It's a visit to the Owens Valley.
Another is about Ferndell in Griffith Park: