Turn of the century California

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8 Responses to Turn of the century California

  1. rick says:

    Some of that equipment is on display in small towns throughout the high desert. The towns of Boron and Trona are two that come to mind. On a different note, the oil museum in Santa Paula is well worth a visit. It was a time of iron men and giant machines building America.

  2. Gordon says:

    Beats those 20 mules all to pieces.

  3. juju2434 says:

    can you just imagine the fucking horse shit you’d get piled on you for letting someone ride on the front in todays “free” country?? The guy driving would get fined for not even wearing a helmet.

    • Gnome Sane says:

      Most likely sitting still for the photo, I doubt they would let women with their dresses and little hats ride there.

    • Andrew says:

      Hell, no scrubber on the stack, looks like no spark arrester either, wearing improper clothing, no signal equipment, no lights, no identification, not rated for road use, etc.

      Hell, they outlawed diesel busses in that stupid state.

      Fuck California.

  4. Glider Rider says:

    100 hp and 4,000 ft/lb of torque.

  5. JeremyR says:

    Those ladies want their dud’s clean. Went straight to the mine to get the best. Must be WC’s mom and a friend.

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