Vintage Restored 1927 Bowling Alley In Los Angeles – Design You Trust

Vintage Restored 1927 Bowling Alley In Los Angeles


Highland Park Bowling is a uncommon located in Los Angeles. A place of 1927 and opened in 1927, at the time of prohibition entirely refurbished by the 1933 Group. He takes the bowling lovers in another time, that give more charm to the place and this sport. We can play and also admire the stunning work.

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