Timm's Point and Landing

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Timms' Point and Landing
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June 2008
LocationSampson Way at Southern Pacific Slip
San Pedro, Los Angeles, California
Coordinates 33°43′42″N118°16′31″W / 33.72833°N 118.27528°W / 33.72833; -118.27528
Official nameTimm's Point and Landing
Reference no.384
Official nameSite of Timm's Landing
DesignatedFebruary 16, 1977 [1]
Reference no.171
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Location of Timms' Point and Landing in the Los Angeles metropolitan area

Timms' Point and Landing is a California Historical Landmark at Los Angeles harbor in the San Pedro neighborhood of Los Angeles. It is a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, listed in 1977 as Site of Timm's Landing.


The area was a shipping center in mid-19th century. No original structures remain. It is located at northwest end of fish slip and includes a landscaped park in front of Fishermen's Co-op building, east of the harbor bel railroad tracks [2]


The California State marker on the site reads:" [3]

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  1. Los Angeles Department of City Planning (September 7, 2007). Historic - Cultural Monuments (HCM) Listing: City Declared Monuments (PDF). City of Los Angeles. Retrieved 2008-10-04.
  2. Historic-Cultural Monuments 1-588. City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department. July 1994.
  3. California Parks, California Historical Landmarks