Delineating Lockeland Springs is up-and-coming Eastwood Neighbors. Extending from Gallatin to Porter Road and between Douglas and Eastland Avenues, this is a collection of cute, smaller houses from the 1920s and 1930s that are a fraction less expensive than those in Lockeland Springs. Historic East End is demarcated by 11th and 14th Streets and by Woodland and Shelby Streets. Located on the eastern edge of the original city limits, East End began as an outgrowth of the fashionable Edgefield community. Electric streetcars from the Gay ’90s drew hundreds of residents and a building spree of Eastlake, Queen Anne and Neo-Classical gems. Today, this unspoiled pocket of Victoriana retains a relatively high number of owner-occupants.