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Old Posted Jan 10, 2012, 6:33 AM
3940dxer 3940dxer is offline
You can call me David
Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Burbank
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Since the old menus I posted were well received, here's another one from place that interests me greatly these days, and has been covered in several older posts here -- Mount Lowe, high above Pasadena. In preparation for a planned hike to Mount Lowe I've been researching like mad and have found a lot of neat stuff.

The more I study Mt. Lowe and Echo Mountain, the more I'm amazed by the ruggedness of the terrain, the technical challenges that were overcome, and all the things that one could see and do up there, both then and now. There are a number of web sites that nicely document the place. I hope to get some "Now" photos of whatever remains when I go up there in a couple of weeks.

The menu is from 1896, other items are from the early 1900's.

The Rubio Pavillion, at the base of the cable car incline below Echo Mountain

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