Little Puffer train San Francisco Zoo.
Unusual Things To Do and See In Southern California. Adventures away from the crowd. Find an adventure off the beaten path.
Regularly voted as one of the cleanest beaches in all of Los Angeles County, Zuma Beach in Malibu should be high on the list of southern California’s ‘must visit’ beaches.
Known as the Rock Store, this Mecca of motorized madness is the one the best places to drink, eat and enjoy some the coolest machinery known to man.
Located east of the Sierras, just off US Highway 395 south of Mammoth, Convict Lake is in a mixed pine hemlock forest with aspen trees that turn golden in fall, and surrounded by towering granite peaks.
Old number 9 Slim Princess Laws Musuem Owens Valley California. This locomotive ran twice-a-week between Laws and Keeler.
No.9 was originally built for the Nevada-California-Oregon Railway, when the railway closed in the 1920s, the 1909 Baldwin was purchased by the Southern Pacific for use on the Carson & Colorado along with engines 8 and 18.
All three steam locomotives continued run until 1954, when the SP purchased a General Electric diesel. Engine No.8 was given to the city of Carson City, Nevada, where it is on display today.
Engine 18, is displayed at Dehy Park in Independence, California. No.9 continued to be used until 1959, when its boiler was condemned.
Mulholland Highway Vista Point looking down on the snake.
On weekends the Mulholland Highway Vista Point is packed with car enthusiast and photographers snapping pictures of cars, swapping stories and hoping to catch a glimpse of a famous person in exotic car.
Jay Leno is know to pull over here and join in with the crowd.