Remnants of its industrial roots can be seen throughout Little River. With its Miami Modern architecture intact, the McArthur Dairy still distributes milk out of its 1950s building, and trains pass through regularly, forcing a slower-than-usual trip through this neighborhood named for the stream that flows from the northern part of the city and empties into Biscayne Bay. But artists and developers have transformed it into a neighborhood known for its galleries, eclectic coffee shops and more. https://www.washingtonpost.com/travel/united-states/little-river-neighborhood-miami/

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