One of L.A.'s most infamous calls for fame is the deliberate destruction of its streetcars, a formidable public transport network which used to take Angelinos across town, from anywhere to everywhere. Starting in the early 2000s, the city has been much abuzz about creating a new, 21st Century Subway to the sea transport network. Like reinventing the sustainable wheel. The planned infrastructure will cost billions, disrupt neighborhoods, and in no way match the expanse and connectivity of the much missed streetcar network, but it's a step in the right direction. What happened to the old, cherished streetcars, you may ask? Believe it or not, they were turned into artificial reefs. Call it Streetcars to the sea.