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CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARY 



FOREWORD 

This Route Book of Northern California is presented to 
the tourist with the compliments of the National Touring 
Bureau of The B. F. Goodrich Rubber Company. It is pub- 
lished and distributed for the purpose of facilitating tour- 
ing — of providing more compact and convenient directions 
for the traveler and adding still more to the meaning of 
GOODRICH SERVICE. 

It charts in road log form the main arteries of automo- 
bile travel in Northern California and connects with the 
Goodrich Route Book of Central California and the Good- 
rich Route Book of Southern California. Copy of the latter 
publications can be procured thru Goodrich Dealers located 
in practically every town or from the following Goodrich 
Service Branches: 

San Francisco 401 Mission St. 

Los Angeles Eleventh and Olive Sts. 

Portland, Oregon ....- Broadway and Burnside St. 

Seattle 113-15 King St. 

Oakland Twelfth and Harrison Sts. 

Sankji^vi -X'+i ..; . /-. •:.'. 229 B St. 

Spokane '.'.'...]L^..\.'".'..'..}.''.'. 1015 Riverside Ave. 

Vaji:Ekl&£i$r j.....:;.;.-.:-...-...!^,.-.. 128 S. State St. 

Vancouver" '}.L"}..:..:^jJ~d.. : .x'.. ... 1269 Granville St. 



Copyright, 1915 

THE B. F. GOODRICH COMPANY 

Akron, Ohio 



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Goodrich Route Book 

NOR TH E R N 
CALIFORNIA 



TOURING 

service: 



CONTENTS: 

Page 

Index to 63 Routes or Road Logs - 3 

Liat of Goodrich Route Books ._ Inside rear cover 

Goodrich Branches and Service Depots Rear cover 



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Index to Routes 



Agcr to Klamath Fills 

Acer to Yreka ind Gazelle 

Ashland to Cole 

Ashland to Klamath Falls 

Auburn to Grass Valley 

Benicia to Oakland 

Benicia to Vallejo 

Carson City to Truckee via Lake Tahoe 

Chico to Gridley 

Chico to Oroville 

Chico to Red Bluff 

Cloverdale to Lakeport 

Cloverdale to Santa Rosa 

Cloverdale to Ukiah 

Cole to Ashland 

Cole to Gazelle 

Crater Lake to Klamath Palls 

Delta to Dunsmuir 

Delta to Redding 

Dunsmuir to Delta 

Dunsmuir to Gazelle 

Gazelle to Cole 

Gazelle to Dunsmuir 

Gazelle to Yreka and Ager 

Grass Valley to Auburn 

Grass Valley to Marysville 

Gridley to Chico 

Gridley to Marysville 

Klamath Falls to Ager 

Klamath Falls to Ashland 

Klamath Falls to Crater Lake 

Lakeport to Cloverdale 

Lakeport to Middletown 

Livermore to Niles 

Livermore to San Francisco 

Livermore to Stockton 

Marysville to Gridley 

Marysville to Oroville 

Marysville to Sacramento 

Merced to Stockton 

Merced to Yosemite 

Middletown to Lakeport 

Middletown to St. Helena 

Modesto to Yosemite 

Niles to Livermore 

Oakland to Benicia 

Oroville to Chico 

Oroville to Marysville 

Placerville to Reno 

Placerville to Sacramento 

Red Bluff to Chico 

Red Bluff to Redding 

Redding to Delta 

Redding to Red Bluff 

Reno to Placerville 

Reno to Sacramento 

Sacramento to Marysville 

Sacramento to Placerville 

Sacramento to Reno 

Sacramento to Stockton 

St. Helena to Middletown 

St. Helena to Vallejo 

San Francisco to Livermore 

San Francisco to San Jose via Oakland 

San Francisco to San Jose via San Mateo 

San Francisco to San Rafael 

San Jose to San Francisco via Oakland 

San Jose to San Francisco via San Mateo 

San Rafael to San Francisco 

San Rafael to Santa Rosa 

Santa Rosa to Cloverdale 

Santa Rosa to San Rafael 

Stockton to Livermore 

Stockton to Merced 

Stockton to Sacramento 

Stockton to Yosemite 

Truckee to Lake Tahoe and Carson City 

Ukiah to Eureka .... 

Vallejo to Benicia and Martinez 

Vallejo to St. Helena 

Yosemite to Merced 



Route No. 
25 
22 
30 
28 
38 
30 
49 
32 
12 
14 
15 
44 
43 
62 
30 
24 
27 
20 
19 
20 
21 
23 
21 
22 
38 
39 
11 
10 
25 
28 
26 
44 
45 
57 
2 
3 
10 
9 
8 
52 
55 
46 
47 
54 
57 
51 
14 
9 
37 
35 
16 
17 
19 
17 
36 
33 
7 
34 
31 
5 
47 
48 
1 
58 
61 
41 
59 
60 
41 
42 
43 
42 
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52 
6 
53 
32 
63 
49 
48 
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ROUTE 1 

SAN FRANCISCO TO LIVERMORE. 
Miles 
0.0 SAN FRANCISCO. East on 
Market St. to Ferry Bldg. 
At south end of Ferry Bldg. 
go on Creek Eoute Ferry. 
(Ferries leave every half 
hour during the day. The 
regular ferries do not carry 
cars except in the early 
morning and late evening.) 

OAKLAND. Foot of Broad- 
way. Go up Broadway to 
12th St. 

Turn right on 12th St. 

Straight out on 12th St., 
passing Lake Merritt on left. 

Take right fork. Still on 12th 
St. 

Turn left on 13th Ave., go one 
block, then turn right. 

End of pavement. 

Straight. (Turn right for 
Alameda.) 

© Straight through Fruitvale. 

Straight. (Turn left for Foot- 
hill Blvd. at ostrich farm ©.) 

© Pass MELROSE, cross trol- 
ley, then stra ight . 

© Thru ELMHURST. 

•© Take left fork along car 
tracks. SAN LEANDRO. 

<© Take left fork. 

Straight with trolley. 

© Straight. (Eoad on left 
for Castro Valley.) 

Turn left on pavement at 
HATWARDS. 

© Straight. 

Cross steel bridge. Keep on 
wide macadam road. 

© Turn right at irregular 
xroads. (Straight for MAR- 
TINEZ. White roadhouse on 
corner.) 

© Straight. (Eoad on left to 
OAKLAND via new boule- 
vard.) 

© Keep on fine boulevard. 
Follow over hills. 

© Straight over hills to 5 per 
cent grade. 

Summit of grade. All down 
hill to DUBLIN. 

© Pass through town of DUB- 
LIN. 

© Straight. (Left for Walnut 
Grove.) 

S Straight. 
Cross E. R. ©. 

<© SANTA RITA. Straight. 

© Straight past road on left. 

«© Take left fork. 

©Turn right at irregular 
xroads. Keep straight road, 
crossing two R. Rs. just 
before LIVERMORE. 

LIVERMORE. (First and 
Lime Sts.) 



0.0 



0.5 
0.6 

1.4 

2.2 

3.2 
3.7 

3.8 

4.4 

4.7 

7.4 
9.2 

11.1 
11.2 
12.9 

14.2 

14.4 
14.8 

15.2 



16.0 



16.4 

20.5 

21.7 

24.1 

24.2 

26.1 
26.3 
27.5 
27.8 
33.4 
33.7 



34.3 



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© — Location of Goodrich Guide Post. 4 



Route 2 

LIVEBMORE TO SAN FEANCISCO. 
Via Oakland and Dublin. 



Miles 

0.0 LTVERMORE. From First 
and Lime Sts., go west on 
Lime St. 

0.6 •© Just after two K. R. cross- 
ings turn left at irregular 
crossroads. (Road to right 
for Martinez.) 

0.9 © Paas inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork optional for 
Livermore.) Straight ahead. 

6.5 © Pass road on right. 

6.8 SANTA BETA © Straight 
ahead. (Turn left for 
PLEASANTON, STJNOL and 
NILES.) 

8.0 © Cross B. B. © Straight. 

8.2 © Straight ahead. (Boad on 
right leads to Pleasanton.) 

10.1 © Keep direct road. (B oad 

on right for DANVILLE, 
WALNUT CBEEK, SAN 
BAMON and MAETINEZ.) 

10.2 © Pass through DUBLIN and 

start up grade. 
12.6 Summit of grade. Down hill 
all the way to HAVWABD. 

13.8 © Straight ahead down hill. 

over a fine boulevard. 

17.9 © Follow Blvd. (Boad to 

right for MAETINEZ, SAN 
BAMON and WALNUT 
CBEEK connections.) 

18.3 © Straight ahead. (Boad on 

right to OAKLAND via a 
new Blvd.) 

19.1 •© Turn left at irregular cross- 
roads. (Turn right for MAR- 
TINEZ, white roadhouse on 
corner.) 

19.5 Cross steel bridge. 

19.9 © Straight ahead. (Road on 
right for OAKLAND via 
Foothill Blvd.) 

20.1 © Turn right onto pavement 
at HAYWABDS. 

21.4 © Straight ahead. (Boad on 

right for Castro Valley.) 



Miles 

21.8 © Straight ahead. (Road on 

left for SAN LORENZO and 
optional OAKLAND.) 
23.2 © Straight ahead. (Turn 
right for the Foothill Blvd.) 

23.2 © 50 yards beyond, curve 

right, pass inverse left fork. 
25.1 SAN LEANDBO. © Bear 
right with car tracks at in- 
verse left forks. 

26.9 ©Straight through ELM- 

HURST. 

29.6 © Cross trolley tracks, then 
straight ahead; pass MEL- 
ROSE. 

29.9 © Straight ahead. (Turn 
right for Foothill Blvd. at 
Ostrich Farm.) 

30.5 © Straight through FRUIT - 

VALE. 

30.6 © Straight ahead. (Turn left 

for ALAMEDA.) 
31.1 Here you come onto pavement. 
32.1 Turn left onto 13th Ave., for 

one block, then turn right 

onto 12th St. 
32.9 Bear left at inverse right fork 

(First Ave.). Pass Lake 

Merritt on right; then 

straight ahead. 

33.7 OAKLAND. 

33.8 Turn left onto Broadway. 

34.3 Foot of Broadway. Creek 

Boute ferry slip. Ferries 
leave for San Francisco at 
quarter before the hour and 
every half hour afterwards, 
up to 8:15 P. M. The reg- 
ular ferries do not carry cars 
except in the early morning 
and late evening. It takes 
35 minutes to cross the bay 
to San Francisco. After 
leaving the ferry at San 
Francisco bear right for one 
block, then turn left onto 
Market St. Go straight 
ahead on Market St. 
34.3 SAN FRANCISCO. 



The distribution of Goodrich Tires and Tubes 
from our Service Branches in every section of the 
country and through Goodrich Dealers in prac- 
tically every town, is as great a triumph as their 
matchless quality. The Goodrich is the national 
touring Tire, built by the World's largest factories. 

5 



ROUTE 3 

LIVERMOBE TO STOCKTON. 



Miles 
0.0 

0.1 
0.4 
5.0 



LIVERMOBE. From Lime St., 
go north on First St. 

Cross B. E., straight ahead. 

Cross B. R., straight ahead. 

Curve right under R. R., then 
left along two B. B. 's. 

5.3 (§> Straight ahead between 

two R. R. 's. Follow wind- 
ing road thru canyon. 

6.5 @> Curve right across R. R. 

then left along same. 

7.6 Take right fork. (Left fork 

for TWIN OAKS.) 
8.1 Straight by ALTAMONT. 

8.4 •(§) Left across R. R., and right. 
8.6 Go under R. R., then right 

along same. 
12.5 © Straight ahead. 

13.8 §>• Take right fork. (Left 

fork for BYRON HOT 
SPBLNGS.) 
16.2 Thru crossroads. (Boad to 
left leads to BETHANY.) 

17.2 Straight ahead thru crossroads. 
18.4 $>• Turn right along B. E. 

21.3 •«§> Turn left across R. R. 

then straight ahead. 

22.4 ^ Thru irregular crossroads. 

(For town of TRACY, turn 
right and go .3 of a mile.) 
23.2 (§) Cross R. R. <§). 

24.9 •§) Turn left away from power 

line at crossroads. 

25.7 <§>< Turn right along R. R. 

26.1 Turn left, then t§>> right along 

R. R., past BANTA. 

26.2 Turn right away from R. R. 

27.4 •© Turn left with macadam 

along power line at cross- 
roads. (Straight ahead for 
GRAYSON and WESLEY.) 
28.0 Cross wooden bridge. 

31.8 Cross steel drawbridge. 

31.9 Under R. R., then right. 
32.0 Turn left away from R. R. 

(Straight ahead for MAN- 
TECA and RTPON.) 

36.7 Straight ahead. (Road on left 

for UNDINE.) 

37.8 Curve right across R. R. @, 

then straight away from R. R. 
38.2 *@ Turn left at crossroads at 
FRENCH CAMP. (Turn 
right for Modesto.) 

38.5 <§> Cross R. E. <§>. Straight. 

40.4 Cross steel bridges. 

41.5 (§) Straight ahead thru xroads 

onto pavement. (Eoad on left 
for BOBEBTS ISLAND.) 

42.6 (§>< Turn left off Jackson St. to 

Center St. Follow car tracks. 
43.0 Cross E. Es. Straight ahead. 

43.5 Turn right at end of street at 

wharves on to Weber St. 

43.6 STOCKTON. Court House. 




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11.7 
11.8 
13.6 

15.6 
16.2 



17.4 



STOCKTON. From Court 

t on Webei St. 

Hero at wharves turn left onto 

and follow trolley 

timcJ 

Cross R. K. Straight ahead. 

Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 

©• Turn right off of Center St. 
anil away from trolley tracks 
onto Jackson St., which soon 
■ >mes Stockton Road. 

<J Straight ahead thru cross- 
' - off of pavement. (Road 
on right for ROBERTS IS- 
LAND.) 

Cross steel bridge. 

Cross steel bridge. 

O Cross R. R. ©. 

©• Turn right at crossroads at 
PBENCH CAMP. (Straight 
ahead for MODESTO.) 

© Cross R. R. ©, then left 
along same. 

© Straight ahead. (Road on 
right for TJNDINE.) 

© Straight ahead. (Road on 
left for LATHEOP, SALIDA 
and EIPON.) 

©• Turn right along R. R. 
(Turn left for MANTECA 
and EIPON. ^ 

Go under R. R. ©. 

Cross steel bridge over river. 

Follow power line. 

Cross wooden bridge. 

©• Turn right with macadam 
at crossroads. (Turn left for 
GBAYSON and WESLEY.) 

•© Turn left along R. R. 

•© Turn left, then right along 
R. R. past BANTA. 



Miles 

17.9 •© Turn left away from R. R. 

18.5 ©• Turn right along power 

line at crossroads. 
20.4 $ Cross R. R. ©. Straight 

ahead. 

21.2 © Straight ahead thru irregu- 

lar crossroads. (For town of 
TRACY turn left and go .3 
of a mile.) 

22.3 © Straight across R. R., then 

right ©•. 
25.2 •© Turn left away from R. R. 
(Road straight ahead leads 
to BETHANY.) 

25.4 © Straight thru crossroads. 

27.4 © Straight thru crossroads. 

(Road to right leads to 
BETHANY.) 
29.8 © Pass inverse right fork. 
(Inverse right for BYEON 
HOT SPRINGS.) 

31.1 Straight ahead. 

35.0 Go under R. R., following 
winding road between hills. 

35.2 •© Turn left across R. R. ©, 

then right parallel to same. 

35.5 Straight by ALTAMONT Sta- 

tion on right. 

36.0 © Pass inverse right fork. 

(Inverse right fork for 
TWIN OAKS.) 

37.1 © Curve right across R. R. ©, 

then left along same. 

38.3 Straight ahead. 

38.6 ©• Curve right under R. R. 

and thru left ©. 

38.7 © Straight ahead. 

43.2 © Cross R. E. ©. 

43.5 © Cross R. R. ©. 

43.6 LIVEBMORE. First and Lime 

Sts. 



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Our growth to the largest rubber manufacturers in the 
world has not been sudden nor astounding. It HAS been 
steady — always. For it was built up with QUALITY as its 
basis and still MORE and BETTER with QUALITY and 
SERVICE as its goal. And this is the foundation that under- 
lies GOODRICH TIRES, TUBES, etc. 

7 



ROUTE 5 

SACRAMENTO TO STOCKTON, 
CALIFORNIA 



Via Sacramento Boulevard. 



Miles 
0.0 



0.2 
1.8 
2.6 

2.9 



5.2 
5.3 



6.5 

7.2 



8.2 
9.3 

10.9 
12.5 
13.6 
13.8 © 

20.1 © 

1 

20.2 ©• 

20.3 
21.1 
21.4 
22.2 
23.0 
25.5 



27.6 
28.2 



29.1 
29.7 

30.7 

31.1 

31.2 
33.4 

34.4 

35.7 

35.8 



SACRAMENTO. From corner 

K and 10th Sts., Sacramento 

Hotel, go south on 10th St. 
Turn left with trolley on P St. 
Cross R. R. 
© Turn right across trolley off 

of P St. on Stockton Ave ©. 
Cross R. R. Large brick can- 
nery of Libby, McNeil and 

Libby on right. 
© Cross trolley, then parallel 

trolley ©. 
Cross trolley, State Fair 

Ground on left. 
Straight away from trolley. 
© Straight thru xroads. Five 

Mile House on right corner. 

(Turn right for WALSH.) 
Straight. (Road on right for 

WALSH.) 
© Straight thru xroads. (Turn 

left for FLORIN and right 

for FREEPORT.) 
Straight. (Turn right for 

UNION HOUSE.) 
Straight. (Turn left for 

SHELDON.) 
Straight thru xroads. (Turn 

left for SHELDON.) 
Straight thru xroads. (Turn 

left for ELK GROVE.) 
Cross R. R. ©. McCON- 

NELL Station on right. 
Bear right across bridge 

over Consumnes River. 
End of bridge. 
Cross long wooden bridge. 
End of long wooden bridge. 
Curve left past Arnold Station. 
©• Turn right at xroads. 
© Straight thru xroads. School 

house on right. (Turn left 

for CONLEf.) 
© Cross R. R. ©. 
Jog right and left. At left 

jog turn right for GALT, 

half a mile. 
Turn left. 
© Straight. 
Bear left and cross long steel 

bridge. 
© Straight. (Torn right for 

FOREST LAKE.) 
Turn right. 

© Cross R. R., then left ©. 
Straight. (Turn left for 

LOCKFORD.) 
© Straight. (Turn left for 

ACAMFO.) 
Cross wooden bridge. 
© Straight ahead past WOOD- 
BRIDGE. Keep road bearing 

to left. (Turn right for 

NEW HOPE.) 



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36.6 



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Miles 



Cron B. K. ©. 
Q- Turn right with pavement. 
(Road to left for STOCK- 
TON via Cherokee Lane.) 
■© Turn left at xroads. 
38.0 © Straight thru xroads. (Turn 
left for LODI, two miles; 
right for LAFAYETTE.) 
39.0 Straight thru xroads. (Turn 

right for TEEMINTJS.) 
40.2 •© Turn left with pavement. 
. © Cross E. R. ©. 



16.2 © Curve left past inverse 
right fork. (Inverse right 
fork is the old stage road.) 

50.2 © Turn left off pavement on 
macadam on North St. 

50.4 © Turn right off North St. on 
pavement on Eldorado Ave. 
(Straight for SACRAMENTO 
via Cherokee Lane.) 

51.4 STOCKTON. Corner Eldorado 
and Weber Sts. 

GOODRICH DEALERS 
EVERYWHERE 



Route 6 

STOCKTON TO SACRAMENTO. 
Via Sacramento Boulevard. 



Miles 
0.0 



1.0 



1.2 
5.2 

7.2 
11.2 
12.4 

13.4 



14.5 
14.8 



15.5 
15.6 



15.7 
17.0 

18.0 

20.2 

20.3 
20.7 

21.7 

22.3 
22.8 
23.2 

23.8 
25.<> 



STOCKTON. From Eldorado 

and Weber Sts., at east end 

of Hotel Stockton, go north 

on Eldorado Ave. 
© Turn left onto North St. at 

end of pavement. (Turn right 

for SACRAMENTO via Cher- 
okee Lane.) 
STurn right onto pavement. 
Take right fork. 
Cross R. E. Straight ahead. 
© Turn right with pavement. 
Straight thru xroads. • (Turn 

left for Terminus.) 
© Straight ahead thru xToads. 

(Turn right for LODI (2 m.) ; 

left for LAFAYETTE.) 
© Turn right at xroads. 
© Turn left with pavement. 

(Road straight ahead for 

STOCKTON via Cherokee 

Lane.) 
Cross E. E. Straight ahead. 
© Straight ahead past WOOD- 

BEIDOE. Keep road bearing 

to the right. (Turn left for 

NEW HOPE.) 
Cross wooden bridge. 
© Straight ahead. (Turn 

right for ACAMPO.) 
Straight ahead. (Turn right 

for LOCKFOED.) 
Turn right across R. E. ( then 

straight ahead. 
© Turn left. 
Straight ahead. (Turn left for 

FOBEST LAKE.) 
Cross long steel bridge and 

bear right. 
© Straight ahead. 
Turn right. 
Jog right and left. (Turn left 

for GALT.) 
CrosB R. R. Straight ahead. 
© Straight ahead thru xroads. 

School house on left. (Turn 

right for CONLEY.) 



Miles 

28.4 

29.2 

30.0 

30.3 

31.1 

31.2 
31.3 

35.6 



37.8 
38.9 
40.5 
42.1 

43.2 
44.2 

44.9 
46.1 

46.2 
48.5 

48.8 



49.6 

51.2 



51.4 



© Turn left at xroads. 
Curve right past AENO Sta. 
Cross long wooden bridge. 
End of long wooden bridge. 
© Cross bridge over Consum- 

nes River. 
© Bear left at end of bridge. 
Cross E. E. Straight ahead. 

(McCONNELL Station.) 
© Straight ahead thru xroads. 

(Turn right for ELK 

GROVE.) 
Straight ahead thru xroads. 

(Turn right for SHELDON.) 
Straight ahead. (Turn right 

for SHELDON.) 
Straight ahead. (Turn left for 

UNION HOUSE.) 
© Straight ahead thru xroads. 

(Turn right for FLOBIN and 

left for FEEEPOET.) 
Straight ahead. (Eoad on left 

for WALSH.) 
© Straight ahead thru xroads. 

Five Mile House on left cor- 
ner. (Turn right for 

WALSH.) 
Parallel trolley tracks. Straight 

ahead. 
Cross trolley tracks straight 

ahead. State Fair Grounds 

on right. 
Cross trolley tracks. Straight 

away from tracks. 
Cross E. R. tracks straight 

ahead. Large brick cannery 

of Libby, McNeil & Libby on 

left. 
© Turn left across trolley 

tracks, off of Stockton Ave. 

onto "P" St., then straight 

ahead. (One R. R. sign.) 
Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 
Turn right onto Tenth St. 

Follow trollev. 
SACRAMENTO. Corner "K" 

and Tenth Sts. 



ROUTE 7 



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SACRAMENTO TO MAEYSVILLE. 

Miles 
0.0 SACRAMENTO. Leaving post 

office, go east on "K" St. 
0.4 Turn left onto Twelfth St. 

1.1 Go under R. R. 
1.9 Cross long steel bridge over 

American River. Then trol- 
ley tracks and R. R., tracks 
that cross bridge on trestles. 
2.7 End of steel bridge. 

3.5 © Take left fork off of mac- 

adam. (Take right fork for 
AUBURN.) 

4.6 © lake left fork. 

5.2 Straight ahead thru xroads. 

5.3 Cross small wooden bridge. 
6.2 © Curve left past road on 

right. 

8.1 Cross R. R. at ROBLA STA- 
TION. Straight ahead. 

9.0 © Take left fork just after 
bridge. 

11.2 © Turn left between fences. 
11.6 Cross R. R., then turn © right 

along same. Saloon on left 
corner. 

12.3 Curve right across R. R., then 

left along same. 

15.3 © Turn left at store at REE- 
GO. 

15.fi © Turn right with road. 

lfi.0 Cross electric- R. R. Straight 
ahead. 

17.6 © Straight ahead thru xroads. 

White school house on right. 

18.0 © Turn right at end of road. 
1S.9 © Turn left. 
20.9 © Turn left at PLEASANT 

GROVE. 

21.1 •© Turn right. School house 

on left. 

22.5 Straight thru xroads. 
23.3 Cross wooden bridge. 

26.8 © Turn left with phone poles. 
27.1 © Turn left with phone poles 

at end of road. 

28.9 Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 
29.0 Turn right. (Straight ahead 

for NICOLAUS.) Turn left 
for optional road to SACRA- 
MENTO. Adobe road im- 
passable in wet weather. 

29.7 Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 

30.0 Straight ahead thru xroads. 

Church on left corner. 

32.1 Pass road on right. 

32.6 Turn left. 

33.0 Cross R. R., then turn right. 

33.8 Turn right onto long wooden 

bridge. 

34.1 Cross R. R. that crosses bridge 

over trestle. 

34.2 Swing left at end of bridge. 

35.3 © Turn left at end of road. 
35.8 © Turn right at electric R. R., 

then parallel train. 
37.0 Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 




Route 7— Continued 



Miles 

- 

40.6 

41.2 

• 



Miles 



44.8 

■ 



Torn loft with road. 
Ctom B. R. Straight ahead. 
© Turn right at electric E. R. 
irn right 

for WHEATLAND and 

ROSEVTLLE.) 
Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 
(J Turn left. (Turn right for 

SPENCERVILLE and 

GRASS VALLEY.) NOTE: 
' For best way into MARYS- 

VILLE from here turn right. 



46.0 



47.0 
47.6 



Go .1 of a mile to paved road, 
where turn left, then straight 
ahead.) 

© Curve left thru five-points, 
onto macadam. (Road on 
right for HAMMOND CITY 
and optional SACRAMEN- 
TO.) 

Cross long bridge and trestle. 

Cross R. R. at end of bridge 
straight into "D" St. 

MARYSVILLE. Western Hotel, 
corner Second and "D" Sts. ' 



Route 8 

MARYSVILLE TO SACRAMENTO. 



Miles 
0.0 



0.1 



0.0 

7.1 

7.2 

10.7 

11.9 

12.4 
T3.5 
13.6 

13.9 

14.7 
15.1 
15.6 

17.7 

18.0 
18.7 



18.8 
20.6 
20.9 



MARYSVILLE. Corner Sec- 
ond and D Sts., go south on 
D St. 

Cross R. R., then immediately 
go on long bridge. 

End of bridge and trestle. 

Curve left with macadam thru 
5-points. (Road on right op- 
tional SACRAMENTO.) 

©• Turn right, then left •©. 
(Straight for Sacramento via 
Wheatland. Turn left for 
Grass Valley.) 

© Cross K. R. ©. 

© Straight. (Turn left for 
WHEATLAND and ROSE- 
VILLE.) 

•© Turn left away from elec- 
tric R. R. 

© Cross R. R. ©. 

Turn right with road. 

© Cross R. R. ©. 

Turn left away from electric 
R. E. 

Turn right. 

8wing right on bridge. 

© Cross B. R. that crosses 
bridge over trestle ©. 

Turn left off of long wooden 
bridge. 

© Turn left across R. R. ©. 

Turn right. 

Pass road on left. 

© Straight through xroads. 
(Church on right corner.) 

© Cross R. R. ©. 

Turn left. (Turn right for 
NICOLATJS; straight ahead 
for optional road to Sacra- 
mento. This is an adobe road, 
impassible in wet weather.) 

© Cross R. R. ©. 

©• Turn right. 

©• Turn right. 



Miles 

24.4 Cross wooden bridge. 

25.2 Straight thru xroads. 

26.6 •© Turn left. School house on 

right. 
26.8 © Turn right at PLEASANT 
GROVE. 

28.8 ©• Turn right. 
29.1 •© Turn left. 

30.1 © Straight thru xroads. White 
school house on left. 

31.7 © Cross electric E. E. ©. 
32.1 •© Turn left with road. 

32.4 ©• Turn right at store at 
RXEOO. 

35.4 © Curve right across R. R., 

then left along same ©. 
30.1 •© Turn left across E. E. ©. 
Saloon on left corner. 

36.5 © Turn right away from be- 

tween fences. 

38.7 © Pass inverse left fork just 

before bridge. 

39.6 © Cross E. E. at ROBLA 

STATION ©. 
41.5 © Curve right past road on 
left. 

42.4 Cross small wooden bridge. 

42.5 Straight thru xroads. 
4.3.1 © Pass inverse left fork. 

43.9 © Pass inverse left fork on 

macadam. (Inverse left fork 
for AUBURN.) 
45.0 Cross steel bridge. 

45.8 •© End of long steel bridge 

over American River. Cross 
trolley and R. R. tracks that 
cross this bridge on trestles 
©. 

46.6 Go under E. E. 

47.3 Turn right on Twelfth St. on 

pavement. 
47.3 Turn right on K St. 

47.7 SACRAMENTO. (P. O.) 



' TKe Mileage tells tka Story 

GOODR!£H TlRES-Best irx tka Lorvg Run. 



n 



ROUTE 9 

MAETSVILLE TO OEOVILLE. 

Miles 
0.0 MAETSVILLE. From West- 
ern Hotel cor. "D" and 2nd 
Sts., go north on "D" St., 
three blocks. 

(§>• Turn right onto 5th St. and 
go two blocks (turn left for 
Yuba City and optional 
Chico). 

•<§> Turn left onto "B" St., 
then straight ahead crossing 
E. E. 

(§) Cross E. E. @. 

Pass lake on left. 

Go under E. E. 

Take left fork across two rail- 
roads and immediately curve 
right and then left at corner 
of cemetery. 

Cross steel bridge. 

Cross three bridges close to- 
gether; keep wide straight 
road. 

@ Straight ahead (road on 

left for Gridley 5 miles). 

20.2 (§> Pass road on right (road 

on right for Palermo 2} m.). 

21.5 Pass road on right (road on 

right for Palermo 2 J m.). 

Pass road on left. 

<p) Curve left past inverse 
right fork. 

Cross small culvert and imme- 
diately take left fork. 

Cross trolley tracks then follow 
tracks three blocks to Mont- 
gomery St. 

i§>» Turn right with road and 
tracks onto Montgomery St.; 
straight ahead into 

OEOVTLLE. (Montgomery and 
Meyers St., business center.) 



SCALE OF MILES 



0.2 



0.4 



0.7 
0.8 
1.4 

1.7 



2.5 
12.3 



16.4 



23.7 
24.8 



27.6 



27.7 



27.9 



28.7 



OEOVILLE TO MAEYSVILLE. 

Miles 

0.0 OEOVILLE. From Montgo- 
mery and Meyers Sts., go 
west on Montgomery. 

0.4 -@ Turn left with road and 
tracks off of Montgomery St. 

1.0 Cross trolley tracks. 

1.1 Pass inverse left fork and im- 

mediately cross small culvert. 
3.9 ®. Take right fork. 
5.0 Pass road on right. 

7.2 Pass road -on left (road on left 

for Palermo 2 J miles). 
8.5 (§> Pass road on left (road on 
left for Palermo 2$ miles). 

12.3 @ Straight ahead (road on 

right for Gridley 5 miles). 

16.4 Cross three bridges close to- 

gether. 




^a^ENroj 



Route 9— Continued 



Milea 

26.2 Crosa iteel bridge. 

Curve right at corner of ceme- 
tery then left cross two B. B. 
tracks and immediately pass 
inverse left fork. 

Go under B. B. 

Pass lake on right. 

Cross B. B. straight ahead and 
follow "B" St. to 



27.6 



27.3 
27.9 
28.0 



Miles 

28.3 © Turn right onto 5th St. and 
go two blocks. 
•© Turn left onto "D" St. 
(Straight ahead for Yuba 
City and optional Chico). 
MARYSVILLE. (Cor. 2nd and 
"D" Sts.) 



28.5 



28.7 



Route 10 



mabysville to gbidley. 



Miles 
0.0 

0.2 
0.7 
1.0 
1.2 



12.6 
12.9 
13.1 

13.2 
14.0 
14.5 

19.3 



20.7 



21.0 
21.1 



MABYBVILLE. From 
Western Hotel, "D" and 
Second Sts., go north on " D " 
St. 

Turn left with street ear tracks 
onto Fifth St. 

Go under B. B. trestle off 
pavement. 

Cross bridge over Feather 
Biver. 

© Turn left under B. B. trestle 
at end of bridge, the n tur n 
right along E. B. at YUBA 
CITY. 

Cross E. B. at YUBA CITY B. 
B. Station. 

© Turn right away fro m 
electric car tracks at YTJBA 
CITY electric station.- 
Turn left. 
Turn right. 

Turn left away from B. B. 
at LOMA STATION. 

© Turn right at crossroads. 

Straight ahead thru cross- 
roads. 

C urve left along B. B. 

LIVE OAK. Straight ahead. 

Turn left at blacksmith's shop 
away from B. B. 

Cross electric B. B. Straight. 

Pass cemetery on right. 

© Turn right at crossroads 
with line of phone poles. 

Cross electric E. E. Straight 
ahead. Pass inverse right 
fork immediately after 
tracks. 

© Turn left at crossroads onto 
Magnolia Ave. (Straight 
ahead for CHICO. Turn 
right for OBOVHiLE.) 

Cross B. B., then immediately 
turn right onto Virginia St. 

GBIDLEY. (B. B. station on 
right.) 



© — Location of Goodrich Quite Post. 



GBIDLEY TO MABYBVILLE, OAL. 

Miles 

0.0 GEDDLEY. From B. B. Sta- 
tion go south one block on 
Virginia St. 

0.1 Turn left on Magnolia Ave. 
and immediately cross B. B. 
tracks. Garage on right. 

0.4 ©Turn right off of Magnolia 
Ave. at zroads on county 
road. * (Turn left for CHICO 
and straight for OBO- 
VTLLE.) 

1.8 © Take right fork and im- 

mediately cross electric B. B. 
6.6 © Turn lef.t at xroads. 

7.1 Pass cemetery on left. 

7.9 © Cross electric K. R. ©. 

8.0 Turn right at blacksmith's 
shop along E. B. 

8.2 Pass LIVE OAK. 

8.5 Curve right away from E. E. 

11.1 Straight through xroads. 

12.1 .©Turn left at xroads. 

13.5 © Turn right along B. B. at 

LOMA STATION. 

18.7 •© Turn left. 

18.9 ©Turn right. 

19.3 •© Turn left al ong e lectric car 

tracks at YUBA CITY 
electric station. 

19.4 Cross B. E. at YUBA CITY B. 

B. Station. 

19.9 Turn left under B. E. trestle 
at YUBA CITY, then right 
©• along same and im- 
mediately cross bridge over 
Feather Biver. 

20.1 End of bridge. 

20.4 Go under B. B. trestle on 
pavement. 

20.9 © Turn right with street car 
tracks off of Fifth St. on D 
St. 

21.1 MABYSVILLE. (Corner D 
and Second Sts.) 

GOODRICH DEALERS 
EVERYWHERE 



13 



Route 11 



GRIDLEY TO CHICO. 



Miles 

0.0 



0.1 
0.5 



1.4 

2.3 
3.1 
3.6 
3.9 

4.6 

10.6 

12.6 

12.8 

16.2 
16.9 

17.0 



18.3 



GRIDLEY. From corner Mag- 
nolia and Virginia, go north 
on Virginia St. for one block, 
then 

Turn right on Hazel Ave. and 
cross R. E. tracks. 

© Turn left on County Eoad 
at end of street. From here 
to 16.2 miles the road is per- 
fectly straight. (Turn right 
for direct road to SACRA- 
MENTO.) 

Pass cemetery on left. 

Cross small ford. 

Cross small ford 

Cross small ford. 

© Straight thru xroads. (Turn 
left for BIGGS.) 

© Straight thru xroads. (Turn 
right for OROVTLLE.) 

© Straight. (Eoad on right 
for OROVTLLE.) 

© Straight. (Turn left for 
NELSON.) 

Straight across electric E. E. 
at Shippee Eoad" Station. 

© Turn right with road. 

Pass Eio Seco school house on 
right. 

Here the graded road ceases 
and the road is narrow and 
winding over the prairies 
with the many branch roads, 
but keep to the main trav- 
eled one. About two miles 
of this, then you get on the 
graded road again. 

© Turn left. (Turn right for 
OROVTLLE.) 



Miles 

18.4 Cross bridge over a dry creek. 

19.0 Cross bridge over a dry creek. 

21.5 © Straight ahead. (Inverse 

right fork for CHEROKEE 

and PARADISE.) 
22.4 © Take right fork. (Left fork 

for DURHAM.) 
22.9 Cross ford. Bad in winter. 

23.4 Cross ford. Bad in winter. 

24.1 Cross ford. Bad in winter. 

24.5 Straight. (Inverse right fork 

for PARADISE.) 

25.4 Cross ford. 

26.1 Cross steel bridge over Butte 

Creek. 

27.2 Cross electric B. E. 

27.2 © Immediately after tracks 
turn right and parallel tracks 
all the way into town. (Turn 
left for DURHAM.) 

28.7 Pass acre track on the right. 
Straight on Park Ave. 

29.2 Cross E. R. Straight. 

29.6 © Curve left past inverse 

right fork. (Inverse right 
fork for CENTEEVILLE.) 

30.5 Cross trolley tracks, straight. 
30.9 Cross bridge and immediately 

take right fork with trolley 
on Main St. Here Park Ave. 
curves right and becomes 
Main St. 
31.5 CHICO. 4th and Main St. 



GOODRICH DEALERS 
EVERYWHERE 



Route 12 

CHICO TO GRIDLEY, CAL. 



Miles 
0.0 CHICO. From Fourth and 
Main Sts. go south on Main 
St. 
0.6 © Pass inverse right fork and 
immediately cross bridge 
where Main St. now becomes 
Park Ave., parallel trolley 
tracks for the next 3.7 miles. 
© Cross trolley ©. 
©♦ Take right fork. (Left 
fork for CENTEEVILLE.) 
2.3 © Cross E. E. Still on Park 
Ave. ©. 
Pass race track on left. 
•© Turn left across electric E. 
E., away from tracks. 
(Straight for DUEHAM.) ©. 
Cross steel bridge over Butte 
Creek. 
6.1 Cross ford. 



Miles 
7.0 



1.0 
1.9 



2.8 
4.3 



5.4 



© Take right fork. (Left for 
PAEADISE.) 

Cross ford. Bad in winter. 

Cross ford. Bad in winter. 

Cross ford. Bad in winter. 

© Pass inverse right fork. 
(Inverse right fork for DUE- 
HAM.) 
10.0 © Take right fork. (Left fork 
for CHEROKEE and PAEA 
DISE.) 

Cross bridge over dry creek. 

Cross bridge over dry creek. 

© Turn right. (Straight for 
OROVILLE.) From here the 
road is an ungraded road with 
many roads branching from 
it. Keep the main traveled 
road over the prairies. 



7.4 
8.1 
8.6 
9.1 



12.5 
13.1 
13.2 



14 



Route 12 — Continued 

Miles Miles 

Now get on a graded road 27.9 Cross small ford. 

,, . „ a K a V . , . Cross small ford. 

14.fi Pass Rio Seco school house on 



left. 



29.2 Cross small ford. 



15.3 ■© Turn left with road. 3(u Pa8s cemetery on right. 



■© Ti 
fj 8t 



■lectric R. 31.0 ©• Turn right on Hazel Ave. 

B. at Shippee road station ©. (Straight for direct road to 

18.9 © Straight. (Turn right for SACRAMENTO.) 

„. ^ N fi LS . ON ; ) ,„ , . , ~, 31.4 Cross R. R. tracks. Turn left 

O&S{?&B <itoleftfor on Virginia St. 

o«o « oT -TTn. a ./«. 31.S GRJDLEY. Corner Magnolia 

26.9 © Straight thru xroads.* (Turn and Virginia Sts 

left for OROVTLLE.) ana v,r g inia st8 - 

27.6 © Straight ahead thru xroads. 

(Turn right for BIOOS.) © — l.nrntinn ot <■■■ >■■ (JoWa Post. 

How to Make Simple Repairs 

INNER TUBE INJURIES 

I 

Note: — When minor cuts and punctures occur you can usually repair them 
right at the roadside with the Goodrich Permanent Puncture Plug or the 
Self-Vulcanizing Patch. However, always have spare Tubes on hand so 
that in case of a more extensive injury you can replace the Tube with a 
new one, and later make a good repair yourself, or by a Goodrich Dealer 
on the route. 

FOR SMALL PUNCTURES, NATL HOLES, ETC. 
Use Goodrich Permanent Puncture Plug. 

No cement needed; no preparation of Tube necessary; just push Plug 
into the hole; it seals tightly and permanently; quickest, handiest and most 
effective little device ever invented for minor Tube injuries. 

CUTS AND PUNCTURES TOO LARGE TO BE SEALED BY GOODRICH 
PUNCTURE PLUG 

Use Goodrich Self -Vulcanizing Patch (S. V. P.). 

Does away with need of vulcanizing for small cuts in Tube. First, thor- 
oughly clean space around puncture, with at least 1J inch radius; scrub 
hard, as all soapstone, etc., must be removed to effect permanent repair; 
roughen Tube with piece of emery cloth which comes with outfit; again 
clean Tube with clean gasoline-soaked cloth; remove protecting muslin 
from patch, moisten surface of latter with gasoline. Apply patch squarely 
to puncture, and roll down firmly all around. Insert Tube in Casing and 
use immediately. Heat generated in use will vulcanize patch to Tube. 

FOR STILL LARGER PUNCTURES, CUTS, ETC. 
Use Goodrich Clinch Patching Outfit. 

The S. V. P. takes care of ordinary cuts and nail holes, but for a more 
extensive repair, or for ragged, three-cornered holes, use Clinch Patching 
Outfit. Consists of can of cement, bottle of acid and two brushes. Prepare 
Tube as for S. V. Patch; take piece of vulcanized rubber patch from your 
tire repair kit; carefully clean with gasoline and apply coat of cement 
with flat brush to both Tube and one side of patch. Let dry well, at least 
fifteen minutes. Do not blow to dry or subject to draft. Dip round brush 
into acid and make one even stroke across both Tube and patch; don't let 
acid drip; success rests upon speed with which you place wet patch upon 
Tube. Even pressure should be applied for five or ten minutes. Put Tube 
into Casing and start if you wish. 

GOODRICH TIRES -Best in the Long Run 

15 



Route 14 



OEOVILLE TO CHICO. 

Miles 

0.0 OEOVILLE. From corner of 
Montgomery and Meyers Sts., 
go east on Montgomery. 

0.3 «® Turn left at end of road 
and immediately cross steel 
bridge over Feather Kiver 
(turn right for Quincy). 

0.9 Pass road on left. 

1.2 ® Take middle fork (right 
fork for Cherokee). 

4.5 Pass road on left, then cross 
small wooden bridge. 

6.4 Take left fork just past large 
white house (right fork for 
Magalia and Susanville). 

9.9 (§>> Curve right past inverse 

left fork (inverse left fork 

for Marysville) (cross several 

small bridges). 

13.5 (§) Straight ahead (turn right 

for Paradise 15} miles). 
14.2 <g>« Take right fork (left fork 
for Durham 3} miles) . 

14.7 Cross ford; bad in winter. 

15.2 Cross ford; bad in winter. 
15.9 Cross ford; bad in winter. 

16.3 <§> Straight ahead (inverse 

right fork Paradise). 

17.2 Cross ford. 

17.9 Cross steel bridge over Butte 
Creek. 

18.8 ® Cross electric E. K., <§> then 

turn right and parallel tracks 
all the way into town (turn 
left for Durham). 

20.3 Pass race track on right; 

straight ahead on Park Ave. 

20.8 © Cross E. E. <§>. 

21.2 @ Curve left past inverse 
right fork (inverse right fork 
across E. E. for Centerville) ; 
B. E. 

22.1 Cross trolley tracks straight 
ahead. 

22.5 Q Cross bridge and immedi- 
ately right f OTk with trolley 
onto Main St. (here Park ave. 
curves right and becomes 
Main St.). 

23.1 CHICO. (4th and Main Sts.) 



CHICO TO OEOVILLE. 

Miles 

0.0 CHICO. From 4th and Main 

Sts., go south on Main St. 
0.6 ^) Pass inverse right fork and 

immediately cross bridge; 
, here Main St. becomes Park 

Ave.; parallel trolley tracks. 
1.0 Cross trolley tracks straight 

ahead. 
1.9 (§>• Take right fork (left fork 

across E. E. for Centerville). 
2.3 Cross E. E. straight ahead. 
2.8 Pass race track on left. 

4.3 •§> Turn left and croBS electric 

E. E. (straight ahead for 
Durham) . 
5.2 Cross steel bridge over Butte 
Creek. 

5.8 Cross ford. 

5.9 <§>• Take right fork (left fork 

for Paradise). 
7.2 Cross bad ford in winter. 
7.9 Cross bad ford in winter. 

8.4 CrosB bad ford in winter. 

8.9 @ Pass inverse right fork (in- 
verse right fork for Durham 
3} miles). 

9.6 <§) Straight ahead (turn left 
for Paradise 15}). 
13.2 •<§> Take left fork (right fork 
for Marysville). 

16.7 Pass inverse left fork just be- 

fore large white house (in- 
verse left fork for Magalia 
and Susanville). 

18.6 Cross small wooden bridge and 
immediately pass road on 
right. 

21.9 ® Pass inverse right and in- 
verse left fork (inverse left 
fork for Cherokee). 

22.2 Pass road on right. 

22.8 @* Turn right just after steel 

bridge over Feather Eiver 
(s traig ht ahead for Quincy). 
23.1 OEOVILLE. (Montgomery and 
Meyers Sts.) 



(g) — Shows Location of Goodrich Guide 
Post or Railroad or "Slow Down" 
Danger Sign. 



Mm ii© «f « 

i jbi thm kng Mam 




16 



ROUTE 15 

CHICO TO RED BLUFF, OAL. 

Mile* 
0.0 CHICO. From corner Fourth 
and Main' St s. go north on 
Main St. 
0.3 Curve right with trolley on 
Esplanade. 
<>oss cement bridge. 
4.3 G Straight thru xroads. (Turn 
left for NORD.) 

4.8 <J Take left fork. 

5.9 ©■ Take right fork. (Left 

fork for NORD.) 

7.2 Pass a road on left. (Road on 

left leads to CANA.) 

7.3 Pass road on right. 
8.0 Pass road on right. 
9.7 Turn left with road. 

10.6 ©• Turn right at xroads. 

11.6 -^ Take left fork, then imme- 

diately cross small bridge. 

12.2 ©• Take right fork. 

12.8 <? Pass inverse left fork. 

12.9 Cross small wooden bridge. 

13.7 Cross small bridges. 

14.6 •©. Take extreme left fork. 

16.1 fy Turn right with road. 

17.3 •$> Turn left at xroads between 

fences. 
19.0 ©• Turn right along B. R. 
19.0 © Straight. (Turn left for 

optional TEHAMA and 

CORNING.) 
20.5 VINA. © Straight past station 

thru xroads. (Turn left for 

CORNING.) 

20.7 Jog right and left and right 

again. 

21.3 © Pass road on right. 

21.8 Cross steel bridge. 

24.5 Cross small wooden bridge. 

27.6 Pass road on left. 

28.6 © Straight thru xroads. 

29.8 © Turn left under R. R., then 
right, and cross steel bridge 
over Sacramento River. 

30.2 Turn left just after bridge, and 

then right at firBt turn. (TE- 
HAMA on left.) 

30.5 ©• Turn right at xroads and 
immediately cross R. R. ©. 
(Turn left for CORNING, 
ORLANDO and GERMAN- 
TOWN.) 

33.8 Cross small steel bridge ©. 

34.7 •© Turn left. (Road straight 

ahead optional RED 
BLUFF.) 

35.4 ©• Turn right along R. R. 

35.8 Turn left across R. R. at PBO- 

BEETA STATION, then right 
© along same ©. 

42.5 ©• Turn right across R. R., 

then straight ©. 
43.0 Bear left across steel bridge on 
Main St. 

43.6 RED BLUFF. (P. O.) 




Route 16 



BED BLUFF TO CHICO. 



Miles 
0.0 

0.6 

1.1 
7.8 



8.2 
8.9 



9.8 
13.1 



13.4 



13.8 

15.0 
16.0 
19.1 
21.8 
22.3 
22.9 

23.1 



BED BLUFF. Prom P. O. go 
south on Main St., 

Cross steel bridge and bear 
right. 

<g) Cross B. B., then turn left 
along same >^>. 

*§> Turn left at PBOBEETA 
STATION; cross E. E. and 
turn right ®» along same. 

Ǥ> Turn left, away from E. E. 

(§>■ Turn right. (Eoad to left 
optional to BED BLUFF.) 

Cross small steel bridge. 

•<§> Cross E. E. and immediately 
turn left at xroads <^). 
(Straight for COENING, OB- 
LANDO and GEEMAN- 
TOWN.) 

Turn left, then right and im- 
mediately cross bridge. (TE- 
HAMA on right.) 

«^) Cross steel bridge, turn left 
under E. E., then right. 

@ Straight thru xroads. 

Pass road on right. 

Cross small wooden bridge. 

Cross steel bridge. 

® Pass road on left. 

Jog left and right and left 
ag ain. 

VTNA. (g) Straight through 
xroads past station. (Turn 
right for COBNTNG.) 



Miles 
24.0 



24.6 
26.3 

27.5 
29.0 
29.4 
30.1 
30.8 
31.4 
32.0 



33.0 
33.9 
35.6 
36.3 
36.4 

37.7 



38.8 
39.3 



42.0 
43.3 



43.6 



@ Straight. (Turn right for 

optional TEHAMA and 

OOBNING.) 
Turn left away from B. E. 
<Sp- Turn right at xroads away 

from between fences. 
•® Turn left at xroads. 
<§) Pass two inverse left forks. 
Cross small wooden bridge. 
Cross small bridges. 
•© Take left fork. 
^> Pass inverse right fork. 
<§> Cross small wooden bridge 

and immediately pass inverse 

left fork. 
•<§> Turn left at xroads. 
Turn right with road. 
Pass road on left. 
Pass road on left. 
<§> Pass road on right. (Eoad 

on right leads to CANA.) 
@ Pass inverse right fork. 

(Inverse right fork for 

NOED.) 
(§> Pass inverse left fork. 
§) Straight thru xroads. (Turn 

right for NOED.) 
Cross cement bridge. 
Curve left with trolley off of 

Esplanade Ave. on Main St. 

Straight with tracks. 
CHICO. Corner Fourth and 

Main Sts. 



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Route 17 



BED BLUFF TO REDDING, OAL. REDDING TO RED BLUFF, OAL. 



Miles 



0.6 



1.6 



1.9 



' 



4.6 

8.9 

13.1 
15.5 

16.0 
16.2 
16.3 
16.7 

16.8 



16.8 
17.3 

20.7 
22.6 



28.4 
28.6 



29.2 



30.0 



32.3 
33.3 



33.5 



34.0 



RED BLUFF. From P. 0. go 
north on Main St. 

At end of street turn right ©• 
and cross small bridge, then 
left on County Road. 

•© Take left fork along B. B. 

© Turn left across B. R., then 
right along same ©. 

© Take right fork along R. R. 
(Left fork for HABBISON 
GULCH, HAYFOBD and 
EUREKA.) 

© Turn right under R. R., then 
straight, away from same. In 
the next five miles several 
fords are encountered. 

•© Take left fork. (Right fork 
for JELLYS FERRY.) 

© Take left fork. (Left fork 
for HOOKER STATION.) 

Pass road on right. 

© Straight. (Turn left for 
BUCKEYE.) 

Cross wooden bridge. 

Cross wooden bridge. 

Go under B. B. 

© Turn right at general mer- 
chandise store at left. 

§ COTTONWOOD. B. E. Sta- 
tion. Turn left and imme- 
diately ©. 

© Turn right. 

•© Turn left. (Straight for 
BALLS FEBBY.) 
Curve left along R. R. 
Straight by town of AN- 
DERSON. R. R. Station on 
right. 

© Pass road on left. Straight, 
still parallel to R. R. 

Cross steel bridge over Clear 
Creek. 

© Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork leads to 
CLEAR CREEK.) 

© Turn right across R. R., 
then left along same (§>. 

Cross R. E. spur ©. 

© Straight. (Turn right for 
PALOCEDEO and MTLL- 
VTLLE.) 

© Take left fork thru cut in 
hill on Market St. 

REDDING. (Corner Market 
and Yuba Sts.) 



Miles 
0.0 BEDDING. From corner of 

Market and Yuba Sts. go 

south on Market St. 
0.5 © Bear left thru cut down hill 

and pass inverse left fork. 
0.7 © Straight. (Turn left for 

PALOCEDRO and MTLL- 

VILLE.) 

1.7 Cross R. R. spur, straight 

ahead. 
4.0 © Turn right across R. B. and 
left along same ©. 

4.8 Take left fork. (Right fork 

for CLEAR CREEK.) 
5.4 Cross steel bridge over CLEAR 

CREEK. 
5.6 Pass road on right. Straight 

parallel to R. R. 

11.4 ANDERSON. © Straight 

ahead thru town. 
13.3 © Curve right away from B. B. 
16.7 ©• Turn right. (Turn left for 

BALLS FEBRY.) 
17.2 •© Turn left, then immediately 

at 

17.2 COTTONWOOD. R. R. Sta- 

tion. © Turn right. 

17.3 •© Turn left at general mer- 

chandise store on right. 

17.7 Go under R. R. 

17.8 Cross wooden bridge. 

18.0 Cross wooden bridge. 

18.5 © Straight. (Turn right for 

BUCKEYE.) 

20.9 Pass road on left. 

25.1 Pass inverse right fork. (In- 

verse right fork for HOOK- 
ER STATION.) 

29.4 © Pass inverse left fork. (In- 

verse left fork for JELLYS 
FERRY.) In the next five 
miles several fords are en- 
countered. 

31.7 Under R. B. and turn left along 
same. 

32.1 © Pass inverse right fork. 
(Inverse right fork for HAR- 
RISON GULCH, HAYFORD 
and EUREKA.) 

32.4 © Turn left across R. B., then 
right along same ©. 

33.1 Pass inverse left fork. 

33.4 •© Turn left across small 
bridge, then right on Main 
St. 

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Route 19 



Miles 
0.0 



0.4 
0.6 
1.0 



1.1 



2.0 
3.0 
4.1 
4.4 
5.1 
6.3 



6.6 

7.8 



8.9 
9.2 



10.8 



14.1 
14.9 



14.9 
15.2 



15.3 •© 



15.5 
16.8 
19.5 



20.0 
24.0 
37.5 
37.7 



44.0 
44.1 



BEDDING TO DELTA. 

BEDDING-. From Market and 
Yuba Sts. go north on Market 
St. 

•© Turn left on North St. at 
B. B. switch. 

© Turn right at E. B. and 
proceed parallel to same. 

© Turn right away from B. 
E. for Beids Ferry just on 
right. You cross the river 
here for Dunsmuir. (Straight 
for Weaverville.) Bridge in 
course of construction. 

Straight ahead off ferry. Keep 
main traveled road up grade. 
From here on to Dunsmuir 
the country is all very moun- 
tainous. The roads are very 
narrow with many sharp 
pitches and hairpin turns. 
There are many sharp pitches 
from 6 to 18 per cent, but 
no long sustained pulls over 
10 per cent. The road bed 
as a whole is good. In a few 
places one will find rocks. 

tTake right fork. 
Pass inverse right fork. 

© Take right fork. 

«© Pass inverse left fcrk. 

Pass Buckeye Postoffice. 

•©_ Take left fork. (Bight fork 
is the old road and also leads 
to the TJ. S. Fish Hatcheries.) 

© Take right fork. (Left 
fork for CHTJENTOWN.) 

tTake right fork. 
Pass inverse right fork. 
tTake right fork. 
Pass inverse left fork. 
Keep main traveled road. All 
up grade to 6 per cent. 
Summit. Proceed down very 

winding road. 
Pass inverse left fork. 
Cross free ferry over Sacra- 
mento Biver. 
© Turn left along river. 
© Turn sharp right past 
KENNETT. B. E. Station. 
Turn left across B. E. ©, 
then jog right and left. 
© Take right fork. 
•© Take left fork. 
© Either fork. (Left fork 
best going north.) 

tTake right fork. 
Straight ahead. 

© Turn left. 

© Pass inverse right fork. 
(Inverse right fork for ANT- 
LEB and BAIBD.) 

Cross narrow gauge B. B. 

•© Take left fork. (For DEL- 
TA Hotel take right fork .2 
of a mile.) 



Miles 
0.0 



0.1 
6.4 



20.1 
24.1 
24.6 
27.3 
28.6 
28.8 



DELTA TO BEDDING. 

DELTA. © From school house 
at inverse forks go south on 
the main road. 

© Cross narrow gauge B. E. 
tracks down hill @. 

Take right fork. (Left fork 
for ANTLEB and BAIBD.) 

© Turn right. 

Straight ahead. 

© Either fork. 

© Pass inverse right fork. 

© Pass inverse left fork. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

© Jog right, and left across E. 
E., then right. 

Turn sharp left past Ken- 
nett B. E. Station on right. 

Turn right on free ferry. 

•© Take left fork up a winding 
grade. 

Summit. All down hill. 

© Take left fork. Keep main 
traveled road. 

© Pass inverse right fork. 

©•Take right fork. 

© Pass inverse right fork past 
ranch house. 

Pass inverse right fork. (In- 
verse right fork for CHTJEN- 
TOWN.) 

Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork goes to IT. S. 
Fish Hatcheries.) 

Pass BUCKEYE Postoffice. 

«© Take left fork. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

©• Take right fork. 

Pass inverse right fork. The 
road all the way from Duns- 
muiT to here is through and 
over mountains. The roads 
are very narrow with many 
sharp pitches and hairpin 
turns. There are many sharp 
pitches from 6 to 18 per cent, 
but no long sustained pulls 
over 10 per cent. The road 
bed as a whole is good. In a 
few places one will find rocks. 

© Go onto Beid's Ferry and 
cross Sacramento E i v e r , 
about one-tenth of a mile 
across. Bridge in course of 
construction. 
43.1 Immediately after getting off 
ferry turn left along E. E. 
(Turn right for WEAVEE- 
VILLE.) 
43.5 •© Turn left way from B. B. 
and parallel B. E. switch on 
North St. 
43.7 © Turn right off of North St. 

on Market St. 
44.1 BEDDING. (Corner of Market 
and Yuba Sts.) 



28.9 <© 



29.2 
30.0 

33.3 
34.9 

35.2 
35.3 
36.3 

37.5 



37.8 



38.0 
39.7 
40.0 
41.0 
41.8 



43.0 



20 



Route 20 



DELTA TO DUNSMUIR, OAL. 

Miles 

0.0 DELTA. At school house take 
left fork in a northerly di- 



ll. 1 

4.1 
4.5 

4.7 
4.9 

8.6 
8.7 

13.0 
15.3 
18.0 
19.6 
21.3 
21.9 



23.0 



rection. 



.7 © 



26.1 
27.! 



28.3 



© Straight past inverse right 
fork. (For DELTA take in- 
verse right fork.) 

©• Take ri ght f ork. (Left fork 
for TRINITY CENTER and 
CARRVILLE.) 

© Turn right between stake 
fence. 

Go under flume and imme- 
diately cross bridge, then ©• 
take right fork. 

© Pass inverse left fork and 
lumber yards. 

•© Take left fork. (Right 
fork for LA MOINE Lumber 
Co.'s Store. (Gas and oil.) 

© Curve right across R. R., 
then left along same ©. 

© Turn left across R. R., then 
right along same ©. (Gib- 
bon's Siding on right.) 

© Pass Williams Hotel. (Gas, 
oil and telephone.) 

© Take left fork. (Eight 
fork for Hazel Creek.) 

Cross R. E. spur and go under 
flume. 

•© Take left fork at OONANT 
STATION. 

Pass Sweetbriar Station 
at right. 

© Pass thru Castella straight 
along R. R. Cross spur track. 
Pass inverse left fork. 

©• Turn right across R. R. 
(Sawmill on left.) And im- 
mediately cross bridge ©. 

© Turn left immediately after 
bridge. 

•© Take left fork. 

© Turn left across wooden 
bridge, then turn right past 
Castle Crags Resort. (Steel 
bridge on right for Castle 
Crags R. R. Station.) 

Cross bridge over Sacramento 
River. 

© Cross R. R., straight ahead 

„$• 

Pass inverse right fdrk © and 

immediately cross wooden 

bridge and then pass inverse 

left fork ©. 
•© Take left fork for the best 

road. (Right fork optional.) 

Keep direct road. 
DUNSMUIR. (At Postoffice.) 

For business center, turn 

right. 



just 



DUNSMUIR TO DELTA, CAL. 

Miles 

0.0 DUNSMUIR. From Postoffice 
go south. Keep direct road. 

1.4 © Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork is an optional 
road to Dunsmuir.) 

2.2 •© Take left fork, immediately 
cross wooden bridge, then 
take right fork. 

2.9 © Cross R. R. ©. 

3.0 Cross bridge over Sacramento 

Hiver. 

4.1 ©• Turn left at Castle Crags 

Resort, across wooden bridge, 
then right. (Road straight 
ahead for McCloud River; 
toll road. Steel bridge on 
right for Castle Crags R. R. 
Station.) 
6.4 Pass inverse left fork. 

6.7 Turn right and immediately 

cross bridge. 

6.8 © Just after bridge cross R. 

R. and turn left •©. (Saw- 
mill on right.) 

7.0 Take left fork. 

7.1 Cross spur track. 

7.8 © Pass thru Castella. 
8.4 Pass Sweetbriar Station just 
at left. ' 
© Pass inverse left fork at 

Conant Station. 
Go under flume and cross R. R. 



10.1 
11.7 
14.4 

16.7 

21.0 

21.1 
24.8 

25.0 
25.2 

25.6 
25.7 

28.7 

20.7 



spur. 

© Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork for Hazel 
Creek.) 

© Pass Williams Hotel. (Gas, 
oil and 'phone.) 

<© Turn across R. R. and right 
along same ©. (Gibson's 
Siding on left.) 

© Curve right across R. R. and 
left along same ©. 

© Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork for LA- 
MOINE Lumber Co.'s store. 
(Gas and oil.) 

Take left fork passing lumber 
yards. 

© Pass inverse right fork, im- 
mediately cross bridge anil 
go under flume. 

•© Turn left, away from be- 
tween stake fence. 

© Pass inverse right fork. 
(Inverse right fork for 
TRINITY CENTER and 
CARRVILLE.) 

© Take right fork. (For 
DELTA take left fork.) 

© DELTA. (School house.1 
For DELTA Station take in 
verse left fork .2 of a mile. 



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Route 21 



DUNSMUEB TO GAZELLE. 

Miles 
0.0 DUNSMUTR. Prom Post office 

go north. 
0.3 © Take right fork down hill. 
0.4 At the foot of hill bear right 

across R. E. ©. 
0.5 •© Turn left at end of bridge. 
0.8 ©* Take right fork up grade. 
1.7 Straight. (Shasta Retreat on 

left.) 

3.0 © Straight past SHASTA 

SPRINGS. 

3.1 •© Take left fork. (Right fork 

for McCLOUD RIVER.) 

3.7 © Cross R. R. ©. 

4.3 Straight past Mott Station par- 

allel to R. R. (Turn right 
across R. R. for McCLOUD.) 

5.4 © Horseshoe turn under high 

trestle and up short 14 per 
cent pitch. 
6.4 © Pass inverse left fork. 

6.8 © Curve right across R. R., 

then left along same ©. 
7.7 © Curve left across R. R., and 
right along same ©. 

8.4 •© Take left fork. (Right 

fork leads into SISSON, 1J 
miles; road to left 50 feet 
past leads to CASTLE LAKE, 
TRINITY CENTER and 
CARRVTLLE.) 
9.3 Pass SISSON TAVERN on left. 

9.5 © Take left fork. (Right fork 

for SISSON.) 

10.6 © Straight. (Road on right 

leads to SISSON.) 
12.1 Pass small lake on right. 

12.3 © Straight. (Road on right 

leads to SISSON.) 

12.4 © Cross R. R. (Inverse right 

fork leads to SISSON.) ©. 

15.5 © Cross R. R., keep direct 

road after crossing same ©. 
16.0 •© Take left fork. 
16.9 © Pass inverse right fork. 

17.7 © Cross R. R. ©. 

18.0 © Cross R. R ©. 

19.4 •© Take left fork, coming 
soon to R. R., which parallel. 
(Right fork leads into 
WEED.) 

20.1 ©• Turn right across R. R. and 

left along same. 
22.3 Curve left under R. R., then 
right along same. 

23.1 •© Take left fork across iron 

bridge. (Right fork for 
MONTAGUE via Pacific 
Highway.) 

23.2 © Take right fork. 
31.0 GAZELLE. (Postoffice.) 



GAZELLE TO DUNSMUIR. 



Miles 
0.0 



7.8 
7.9 



8.7 
10.9 



11.6 © 



13.0 
13.3 
14.1 
15.0 
15.5 
18.6 



18.7 © 



18.9 
20.4 



21.5 © 



21.7 
22.6 



23.3 
24.2 



24.6 
25.6 



26.7 

27.3 
27.9 
28.0 

29.3 

30.2 

30.5 
30.6 

30.7 

31.6.. 



taking right 
leads to 



t) — Goodrich Guide Post. 



GAZELLE. Prom the Post- 
office go south on main road. 

© Pass inverse right fork. 

Cross iron bridge, immediately 
passing inverse left fork ©. 
(Inverse left fork for MON- 
TAGUE via Pacific High- 
way.) 

Curve left under R. R., then 
right along same. 

©• Turn right across R. R., 
then left along same ©. 

Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse fork leads into WEED.) 
S Cross R. R. ©. 
Cross R. R. ©. 

Take right fork. 

© Pass inverse left fork. 

© Cross R. R. 

© Cross R. R.' 
fork. (Left fork 
SISSON.) ©. 

Straight ahead. (Road on 
left leads to SISSON.) 

Pass small lake on left. 

© Straight ahead. (Road on 
left for SISSON.) 

Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork for SISSON.) 

Pass SISSON Tavern on right. 

© Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork leads into 
SISSON. 1J miles.) 50 feet 
before this fork road on right 
leads to CASTLE LAKE. 
TRINITY CENTER and 
CARRVTLLE.) 

© Curve left across R. R. and 
right along same ©. 

© Curve right across R. R. and 
left along same ©. 

>© Take left fork. 

Horseshoe turn under high 
trestle; down and up 14 per 
cent pitch. 

Straight past Mott Station. 
(Turn left across R. R. for 
McCLOUD.) 

© Cross R. R. ©. 

© Pass inverse left fork. 

© Straight past SHASTA 
SPRINGS. 

Straight. (SHASTA RETREAT 
on right.) 

© Pass inverse right fork at 
foot of grade. 

© Turn right across bridge. 

At foot of hill bear left across 
R. R. 

© Pass inverse right fork and 
take right fork. 

DUNSMUTR. Postoffice. (For 
business center turn left one 
block.) 



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Route 22 



GAZELLE TO YREKA AND AGER. AGER TO YREKA AND GAZELLE. 



Miles 
0.0 GAZELLE. Leaving Postoffice, 

go nor'li alODg R. R. 
0.4 ©■ Turn right across R. R., 

then left along same. 
0.9 Pass road on right. 

1.2 © Turn right across R. R. © 

(straight ahead lower road 
to Montague). 
1.8 © Turn right at xroads. 

6.3 © Turn right with road (large 

white ranch house on left). 
7.1 © Straight ahead (turn right 

for lower road to Gazelle). 
8.1 © Straight ahead (turn right 

for best road to Montague 

and points north in Oregon). 
9.1 Turn left with road at barn. 

9.4 Turn right with road. 

10.5 •© Turn left at end of road 
(turn right for Montague). 

13.2 Pass road on left. 

16.0 © Straight past inverse left 
fork. 

18.4 © Pass inverse left fork (in- 

verse left fork for Ft. Jones, 
18 miles and Etna, 30 miles). 
19.9 Take left fork entering city of 
YREKA on 2nd St. 

20.3 YREKA. (Corner of 2nd and 

Miner Sts.) Turn right into 
Miner. 

20.5 Cross steel bridge. 

20.6 © Turn left just before R. R. 

20.7 © Cross R. R. ©. 

21.8 •© Take left fork across R. R. 

© (right fork leads to Mon- 
tague,. 6 miles). 

22.9 © Take right fork. 

24.0 Cross bridge over Shasta River. 
27.5 •© Turn left (turn right for 

Montague, 3 miles). 

30.1 © Turn right with road. 
30.5 •© Turn left (small white 

school house on right). 
34.3 •© Take left fork at white 

school house on left. 
35.5 AGER STATION. © (turn 

right for Klamath Falls; 

straight ahead for Portland 

and Pacific Highway). 



Miles 
0.0 



1.2 

5.0 

5.4 
8.0 

11.5 

12.4 
13.7 



14.8 
14.9 
15.0 
15.2 



15.6 
17.1 



19.5 
23.3 
25.0 

2<U 
26.4 

27.4 



28.4 
29.2 



33.7 
34.3 



34.6 
35.1 



35.5 



AGER. From Ager Station 
cross the R. R. and immedi- 
ately turn left. 

© Pass inverse left fork at 
white school house on right. 

©• Turn right, small white 
school house on left. 

•© Turn left with road. 

© Turn right (straight ahead 
for Montague, 3 miles). 

Cross bridge over Shasta River. 

© Pass inverse right fork. 

© Cross R. R. © and imme- 
diately pass inverse left fork 
(inverse left fork leads to 
Montague, 6 miles). 

© Cross R. R. ©. 

© Turn right away from R. R. 

Cross steel bridge. 

YREKA. (Corner 2nd and 
Miner Sts.) Turn left onto 
2nd St. 

Pass inverse left fork. 

•© Take left fork (right fork 
for Ft. Jones, 18 miles, Etna, 
30 miles). 

•© Take left fork. 

Pass road on right. 

© Turn right; straight ahead 
for Montague. 

Turn left with road. 

Turn right with road at barn. 

© Straight ahead (turn left 
for best road to Montague 
and points in Oregon). 

© Straight ahead (turn left 
for lower road to Gazelle). 

© Turn left with road; large 
white ranch house on right. 

•© Turn left at xroads. 

© Cross R. R. and immediately 
turn right © (turn left for 
lower road to Montague) . 

Pass road on left. 

© Turn right across R. R., 
then left •© along same. 

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Route 23 



GAZELLE TO COLE. 
Via Montague. 

Miles 



Miles 
0.0 GAZELLE. Leaving postoffice 

go north along railroad. 
0.4 © Turn right across E. B., 

then © left along same. 

1.2 © Straight. (Boad on left 

for YEEKA.) 

2.3 © Turn left across E. E., then 

right © along same. 
5.8 •© Turn left at end of road 

away from E. E. 
6.2 © Turn right. (For upper 

road to GAZELLE turn left.) 
7.2 © Turn right. (Straight for 

YEEKA.) 

7.6 © Turn left at E. E. along 

same ©. 

9.7 © Turn right across E. E. at 

GBENADA Station, then left 
© along same. (Turn left 
for YEEKA.) 

13.0 Curve right away from E. E. 

14.0 Curve left under E. E. 

14.4 © Take right fork and almost 

immediately pass inverse 
left fork. 

14.5 Cross steel bridge over Shasta 

Eiver. 
15.3 Take left fork. 

16.3 MONTAGUE. (E. E. Station 

at right.) Straight north. 
16.5 Across branch E. E., bearing 
left from the main line. 

19.4 © Straight. (Eoad on left for 

YEEKA.) 

22.0 ©» Turn right with road. 

22.4 <© Turn left. (Small white 
sehoolhouse on right.) 

26.2 Take left fork at white school- 
house on left. 

27.4 © AGEE STATION. 

Straight. (Turn right across 
bridge and E. E. for KLA- 
MATH PALLS.) 



28.7 © Curve right across E. E., 
then left along same, after 
crossing considerable ford ©. 

29.5 Cross ford. 

29.6 © Curve left across E. E., 

then straight at THEALL 
STATION. 

31.7 © Turn right across E. E. and 

bridge at KLAMATHON. 

31.8 «© Turn left just after bridge. 
33.5 Take right fork. 

34.8 Curve left across E. E. at 

HOENBEOOK, then imme- 
diately turn ©• right. 

35.0 Cross wooden bridge over 
Cottonwood Creek and imme- 
diately curve right through 
3-corners. 

35.3 © Take right fork and imme- 
diately cross ford. 

35.9 © Curve right across E. E., 

then left along same ©. 

37.7 © Take left fork across E. E., 
' then curve right ©. 

39.7 © Curve right up 20 per cent 
pitch, across E. E. ©. 

40.9 Summit of Bailey Hill grade. 
(From HOENBEOOK here 
all up grade, a few short 
pitches 10 to 15 per cent; 
down similar ones.) 

41.3 © Straight across E. E., then 
right ©. 

42.9 Cross four E. E. tracks that 
run into a lumber yard at 
HILT STATION, taking © 
left fork just before main 
line tracks. 

43.7 COLE. (One large white 
house is only dwelling here.) 
E. E. © crossing at COLE 



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Route 24 

COLE TO GAZELLE. 
Via Montague. 



' 



COLE. © From the large 
white house immediately cross 
the B. R. going © south on 
the traveled road. 

0.8 © Pass inverse left fork and 
immediately cross four R. R. 
tracks that ru n in to the lum- 
ber yards at HILT. 

1.9 Take left fork. 

2.4 © Turn left across R. R., then 
straight ©. 

2.8 Summit of Bailey Hill grade: 
from here to HORNBROOK 
all down grade, many 10 to 
15 per cent pitc hes; similar 
grades from HILT to here. 

4.0 © Cross R. R. and turn left 
down 20 per cent pitch ©. 

6.0 © Turn left across R. R. and 
pass inverse left fork ©. 

7.8 © Curve right across R. R., 

then left along same ©. 
8.4 © Cross ford and immediately 

pass inverse right fork. 
8.7 Curve left thru 3-corners and 

immediately cross bridge over 

Cottonwood Creek. 

8.9 © Turn left across R. R. at 

HORNBROOK, then curve 
right. 
9.2 Pass inverse right fork. 
11.9 ©• Turn right and cross bridge. 

12.0 © Cross R. R. and immediately 

turn left ©. 

14.1 © Cross R. R. and curve right 

at THRALL STATION ©. 

14.2 Cross ford. 

15.0 © Curve right across R. R., 
then left along same and im- 
mediately cross considerable 
ford ©." 



Miles 

16.3 © AGER STATION. (Turn 

left across bridge and R. R. 

for KLAMATH FALLS.) 
17.5 © Pass inverse left fork at 

white school house on right. 
21.3 © Turn right. (Small white 

school house on left.) 
21.7 © Turn left with road. 

24.3 ©. Straight. (Road on right 

for YREKA.) 
27.2 Cross branch R. R. and parallel 
main line. 

27.4 MONTAGUE. Railroad sta- 

tion on left. Straight. 

28.4 Pass inverse left fork. 

29.2 Cross steel bridge over Shasta 

River. 

29.3 •© Take left fork and imme- 

diately pass inverse right 
fork. 
29.7 Straight under R. R. and curve 
right. 

30.7 Curve left along R. R. 

34.0 © Turn right across R. R. at 

GRENADA Station then left 
along same. (Turn right for 
YREKA.) •©. 

36.1 © Turn right away from R. R. 

36.5 •© Turn left. (Turn right for 

YREKA.) 
37.5 © Turn left. (For upper road 

for GAZELLE, straight.) 
37.9 © Turn right at R. R. along 

same. 

41.4 © Turn left across R. R., then 

right along same ©. 

42.5 © Straight. (Road on right 

for YREKA.) 

42.8 Pass road on left. 

43.3 ©• Turn right across R. R. and 

left along same ©. 
43,7 GAZELLE. Postoffice. 



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25 



Route 25 



AGEB, CAL. TO KLAMATH 
FALLS, OREGON. 

Miles 

0.0 AGEE. From B. E. Station 
go east on the only road fol- 
lowing same up grade 6 to 
8%. 

2.0 •<§> Turn left with road. 

7.9 •© Take left fork. 

8.2 © Pass inverse right fork. 

8.3 Cross bridge at foot of de- 

scent of short 15% grade. 
11.4 © Take right fork. 
14.7 Take right fork along banks 

of Klamath Eiver (road on 

left crossing bridge leads to 

Hornbrook). 
19.1 Pass under flume. 

21.1 KLAMATH HOT SPRINGS 

(hotel, gas and oil). Straight 
ahead. (Postoffice here call- 
ed Beswiek.) 

27.3 •© Take left fork and start up 

Topsy Grade 8 to 12%. 

30.2 TOPSY. •© (merely a collection 

of deserted houses at top of 
grade) take left fork at log 
barn (right fork for Dorris) 
13 miles. 
39.0 © Pass inverse left fork (in- 
verse left fork for Ashland 
48.5 m., Medford 61.5 m.). 

41.4 © Pass inverse right fork. 
45.4 •© Turn left at town of Keno 

and continue across bridge 
over Klamath Biver (turn 
right for Dorris 15 miles). 

46.0 ©» Turn right at end of road. 

53.6 © Straight ahead. 

54.6 © Pass inverse left fork (in- 
verse left fork for Harriman 
Lodge 33 miles and Crater 
Lake 55 miles). 

57.2 ©» Turn right onto Main St. 
and cross bridge onto pave- 
ment straight into 

57.6 KLAMATH FALLS. Postoffice, 
2nd and Main Sts. 



KLAMATH FALLS, OBE. TO 
AGEB, CAL. 

Miles 

0.0 KLAMATH FALLS. From 
Klamath Falls P. O., 2nd and 
Main Sts., go west on Main 
St., cross bridge. 

0.4 •© Turn left. 

0.3 •© Take left fork (right fork 
for Harrjman Lodge 33 
miles, and Crater Lake 55 
miles) . 

4.0 © Straight ahead. 

11.5 •© Turn left crossing bridge 

over Klamath Eiver. 
12.2 ©• Turn right at town of Keno 
(straight ahead for Dorris 15 
miles) . 

16.2 ©• Take right fork. 

18.6 •© Take left fork (right fork 

for Ashland 48.5 miles; Med- 
ford 61.5 miles). 

27.4 •© Pass inverse left fork at 

Topsy (merely a collection of 
deserted houses) inverse left 
fork for Dorris 13 miles, pro- 
ceed down the Topsy grade. 

30.3 © Foot of Topsy grade 8 to 

12%. 

36.5 KLAMATH HOT SPBINGS. 

(Hotel, gas and oil.) Straight 
ahead (P. O. here called Bes- 
wiek). 

38.5 Pass under flume. 

42.9 Pass inverse fork away from 
Klamath Eiver (inverse right 
fork for Hornbrook). 

46.2 © Pass inverse right fork. 

48.3 Cross bridge and proceed up 

short 15% grade. 

49.4 ©• Take right fork. 

49.7 © Pass inverse left fork. 

55.6 ©• Turn right with road. 
57.6 AGEE. © (B. E. Station). 



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Route 26 

KLAMATH FALLS TO CRATER LAKE. 
Via Klamath Indian Agency. 



Miles 

0.0 KLAMATH FALLS. From 
hotel go east on Main St. 

0.2 Cross li. B. straight ahead. 

0.6 Q> Cross bridge and imme- 
diately go thru xroads. Fol- 
low road up bill, 8 to 12 per 
cent. 

3.3 -Q Take left fork at top of 
grade (right fork for Swan 
Lake.) 

3.9 Take right fork. 

8.8 Pass Algoma logging camp. 
10.0 Take right fork. 

10.2 Take left fork (right fork op- 

tional, but very rocky). 

10.7 Turn left across logging B. R., 
then straight. (Road straight 
leads to Algoma saw mills.) 

13.5 Pass inverse right fork (in- 
verse right fork optional to 
Klamath Falls, but very 
rocky). 

14.5 Here road parallels shores of 
lake for next six miles. 

19.9 Turn left across K. K. 

22.0 •© Take left fork (right fork 

leads to a ranch). 

23.3 Pass Hills Cemetery on left. 
24.7 Turn right around fence corner 

past inverse right fork. 

25.5 Cross bridge over Williams 

River and take right fork. 

25.7 ^ Take left fork at white 

church (right fork for Chilo- 
quin). 

25.8 Take left fork (right fork for 

Chiloquin). 

29.9 Take left fork. 

30.9 Pass Indian burying ground on 
left. 

32.6 Pass inverse right fork. 

33.1 Take right fork (left fork for 

Klamath Indian Agency just 
beyond). 
33.3 •{£ Turn left and pass inverse 
right fork just beyond (road 
straight ahead for Bend, 
Crescent and Silver Lake). 



Miles 
33.4 
34.4 
35.8 

38.0 

38.2 

42.4 

44.7 
46.0 
46.2 

47.8 
48.5 



49.4 
59.3 



60.0 



61.2 
61.6 



65.1 



Take right fork. 

•Q Turn left with road. 

Pass road on right (road on 
right leads to a ranch). 

Cross small wooden draw- 
bridge. 

Turn right with road. Straight 
into 

FORT KLAMATH. §) Straight 
thru xstreets. (Road on left 
for Klamath Falls via Harri- 
man Lodge.) 

i§) Straight ahead (road on 
right for Bend). 

Take left fork. (Bight fork 
optional.) 

Pass inverse right fork (in- 
verse right fork optional for 
Ft. Klamath). 

Turn left with road at Way- 
side Inn. 

Take left fork around left- 
hand side of lumber yard on 
main traveled road. From 
here on to Crater Lake all up 
grade 6 to 12 per cent. 

<§) Straight thru forest. 

Pass road on right (road on 
right for Garden of the 
Gods) 250 yards. 

LOWER CAMP (formerly call- 
ed Camp Arrant). (Straight 
for Medford 80 m.) Turn 
right across bridge for Crater 
Lake. 

Straight. (Road on right to 
the Dewie Road.) 

Straight. (Road on right to . 
the Dewie Road.) Follow 
road up grade 8 to 12 per 
cent to rim of Crater. 

CRATER LAKE LODGE. 
(Rim of Crater Lake, eleva- 
tion 7,260 feet.) 



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Route 27 

CRATER LAKE TO EXAMATH FALLS. 
Via Klamath Indian Agency. 



Miles 
0.0 



3.5 
3.9 

5.1 

5.8 

15.7 
16.6 

17.3 

18.9 

19.1 

20.4 

22.7 



24.8 
26.9 
27.1 

29.3 

30.7 
31.7 
31.8 



32.0 



CRATER LAKE. From Crater 
Lake Lodge, elevation 7,262 
feet, proceed down 12 per 
cent grade about a mile, then 
easier grades. 

Pass road on left (road on left 
is Dewie Road). 

Pass road on left (road on left 
is Dewie Road), all down hill 
to Ft. Klamath. 

LOWER CAMP (formerly call- 
ed Camp Arrant. Turn left 
just after bridge (turn right 
for Medford, 80 miles). 

Pass road on left (road on left 
for Garden of the Gods), 250 
yards. 

(§) Straight thru forest. 

Pass inverse right fork at 
lumber yard. 

Turn right with road at Way- 
side Inn. 

Take right fork (left fork op- 
tional to Ft. Klamath). 

Pass inverse left fork (inverse 
left fork optional). 

<§) Straight. (Road on left for 
Bend.) 

FORT KLAMATH. © Straight 
thru xstreets (turn right for 
Harriman Lodge). 

Pass road on right. 

Turn left with road. 

Cross small wooden draw- 
bridge. 

Pass road on left. (Road on 
left leads to a ranch.) 

©• Turn right with road. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

©• Take right fork and imme- 
diately turn right just beyond 
(turn left for Bend, Crescent 
and Silver Lake). 

Pass inverse right fork (in- 
verse right fork for Klamath 
Indian Agency just beyond). 



Miles 

33.5 ©• Take right fork. 

34.2 Pass Indian burying ground on 
right. 

35.2 Pass inverse left fork. 
35.9 Take right fork. 

39.3 Pass inverse left fork (inverse 

left fork for Chiloquin) . 

39.4 © Pass inverse left fork (in- 

verse left fork for Chiloquin; 
white church on left). 

39.6 Pass inverse right fork and 

cross bridge over Williams 
River. 

40.4 Turn right around fence corner ,' 

and immediately take right 
fork. 

41.8 Pass Hills Cemetery on right. 

43.1 © Pass inverse left fork (in- 

verse left fork leads to a 
ranch). 

45.2 Cross R. R. and turn right. 
50.6 Here the road leaves the lake 

shore, which it has been par- 
alleling for the last six miles. 
51.6 Take right fork (left fork op- 
tional for Klamath Falls, but 
very rocky). 

53.5 Cross logging railroad and turn 

left (road on right leads to 
Algoma saw mills) . 

54.4 Turn left across R. R. and right 

along same. 

54.9 Pass inverse left fork (inverse 

left fork optional to Crater 
Lake, but rocky). 

55.1 Pass inverse right fork. 

56.3 Pass Algoma Logging Camps. 

61.2 Pass inverse right fork. 

61.8 © Pass inverse left fork at 

top of grade and proceed 
down 8 to 12 per cent grade. 

64.5 © Straight thru xroads and 

immediately cross bridge. 

64.9 © Cross R. R. on Main St. 
65.1 KLAMATH FALLS. (Hotel 

and Garages.) 



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Route 28 



KLAMATH FALLS TO ASHLAND. ASHLAND TO KLAMATH FALLS, 



Mi lea 
0.0 




KLAMATH FALLS. From 
Postoffice go west on Main 
Street. 
Cross bridge ami turn left. 
Take left fork. 
Turn left, 
ross bridge over Klamath 
River, then torn right at 
KENO ©. 
13.7 ©• Tak0 rig"* fork - 
18.6 ©• Take right fork (left fork 
for Ager and Klamath Hot 
Springs) down short 10 per 
cent grade to river. 
I ross bridge over river. 
19.1 Pass inverse left fork. 

21.1 G Pass inverse right fork. 
21.5 Pass SPENCER (deserted 

logging camp) and proceed 
up a 10 to 15 per cent grade. 

23.0 Top of grade. 

32.0 © Pass PABKEB (one house). 

39.0 © Pass inverse right fork 
(inverse right fork for Fred- 
ensburg Spring s 5 m.). 

42.4 Pass PINEHTJBST (house and 

postoffice). 

49.5 © Summit of grade; straight 

down exceedingly rough and 
narrow rocky road for next 
five miles, grades 14 to 15 
per cent. 

54.5 © Pass inverse left fork (in- 

verse left fork for Tolman 
Springs and Buck Horn 
Lodge; from here to the 
next two miles grade is 
about 6 per cent over fairly 
good roads). 
55.3 Cross wooden bridge. 

55.6 Pass Soda Springs (ranch). 

56.2 Pass inverse left fork. 

56.3 Cross wooden bridge. 

58.0 Cross wooden bridge (bottom 
of grade). Start up slight 
grade. 

58.2 Take left fork. 

59.5 ©• Turn right. (Turn left for 
road over Siskiyou Moun- 
tains and California points.) 

63.0 •© Turn left just after bridge 

(road straight ahead optional 
to Ashland). 

63.7 © Cross R. R. ©. Straight. 

63.8 Swing right, passing inverse 

left fork, then straight. Di- 
rect road coming into town 
on Oak St. 
65.8 On to pavement. Straight to 
end of street. 

67.1 ASHLAND. (Postoffice, Main 

and Oak Sts.) 



© — (jOCaUoyt of ffoodrtcft Quldc Pott. 



OREGON. 
Miles 
0.0 ASHLAND. From the Post- 
office, Main and Oak Sts., go 
south on Oak St. 
1.3 Straight off pavement. 

3.3 Take left fork. 

3.4 Cross R. R. Straight. 

4.1 ©• Turn right and cross bridge 
(road left optional to Ash- 
land). 

7.6 •© Turn left. (Straight for 
road over Siskiyou Moun- 
tains and California points.) 

8.9 Pass inverse left fork. 

9.1 Cross wooden bridge at foot 
of grade. 

10.8 Cross wooden bridge. 

10.9 Take left fork. 

11.5 Pass Soda Springs (ranch). 

11.8 Cross wooden bridge. 

12.6 •© Take left fork (right fork 

for Tolman Springs and Buck 
Horn Lodge). From here on 
for the next five miles all up 
grade over narrow and very 
rocky road; grades averaging 
10 to 15 per cent the entire 
distance. 

17.6 © Top of grade. 

24.7 Pass PTNEHUEST (house and 

postoffice). 
28.1 © Take right fork (left fork 

for Fredensburg Springs, 5 

miles). 
35.1 Pass PABKEB (one house). 

44.1 Top of grade (all down hill 

from here to Spencer). 

45.6 Pass SPENOEB (deserted 

logging camp). 
46.0 ©• Take right fork (left fork 
optional to Klamath Falls 
21 m., Forest Postoffice 3 m.). 

48.0 Take left fork. 

48.2 Cross bridge over Klamath 

River and proceed up short 
10 per cent grade. 
48.5 © Pass inverse right fork (in- 
verse right fork for Ager and 
Klamath Hot Springs). 

53.4 Pass inverse right fork. 

54.9 •© Turn left at KENO, then 

cross bridge over Klamath 
River. 

55.5 ©• Turn right at end of road. 

64.1 © Pass inverse left fork. (In- 

verse left fork for Harriman 
Lodge and Crater Lake.) 

66.7 ©• Turn right on Main St. and 

cross bridge, then straight 
into 
67.1 KLAMATH FALLS. © (Post- 
office.) 

GOODRICH DEALER 
HERE 



29 



Route 30 



ASHLAND TO COLE. 



Miles 



Miles 



0.0 


ASHLAND. From Postoffice, 
City Square, go south on 


0.0 




paved street. 


0.2 


1.3 


Off pavement. 
Take left fork. 




3.3 


0.3 


3.4 


© Cross B. B. ©. 




4.1 


©• Turn right just before 






bridge (road to left option to 


0.5 




ASHLAND). 




7.6 


© Straight ahead (road on left 






for KLAMATH FALLS). 


l.i 


9.1 


You here start into the moun- 
tains. 




11.2 


© Cross E. E. ©. 


4.2 


11.7 


© Cross B. E. ©. 


6.1 


12.1 


Toll house $1.50 toll. 




13.2 


© Crosj E. E. © at SISKI- 
YOU STATION. 


6.9 


13.7 


Small spring on left. 




13.8 


Summit of grade over Siski- 
you Mountains; on both sides 
of these mountains grades 
average mostly 14%; with 
raises in grades as high as 
24%; this road is soon to be 
reduced to a 7% grade and is 
to be paved. 




14.6 


© Cross E. E. ©, red water 
tank on left. 




16.5 


© Cross E. E. ©. 




19.6 


Cross ford and immediately 


7.0 




turn left •© across E. E. © 


7.5 




then right along same. 




20.2 


© Cross E. E. © and ford 
and immediately pass inverse 
right fork. 




20.4 


Cross ford at boundary line be- 






tween California and Oregon. 


8.6 


20.5 


©> Turn right across E. E. and 


9.0 




left •© along same. 


9.5 


20.7 


COLE. Only dwelling here is 


11.6 




a large white house. 


13.1 




Montague — 27 miles south 






(sign posted). 






Yreka— 31 miles south (sign 
posted). 


16.6 




' 


17.3 


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17.4 


GOODRICH ROUTES 


19.4 




Point the Way 


20.7 



COLE TO ASHLAND 

COLE. From the only house 
go in a northerly direction. 

© Turn right across B. B., 
then left © along same. 

Cross ford at boundary line be- 
tween CATiTFOBNIA and 
OBEGON. 

© Take right fork across ford 
and B. B. ©, then parallel 
B. B. 

© Turn right across B. B. then 
left *© along same and cross 
ford. 

© Cross B. B. ©. 

.© Cross B. B. ©, red water 
tank on right. 

Summit of grade of road over 
the Siskiyou Mountains (from 
COLE to here all up long 
steep grade, mostly averaging 
14%; three short raiBes in 
the grade, go as high as 24% ; 
Jackson County, Oregon, has 
recently voted bonds to im- 
prove their roads; the road 
over the Siskiyous will be all 
paved and reduced to a maxi- 
mum 7% grade, it however 
will not follow the old road 
over the mountains). 

Small spring on right. 

© Cross B. E. © at SISKI- 
YOU STATION; from the 
summit to the foot of the 
mountain the grades are very 
similar to the ones on the 
south side. 

Toll house $1.50 toll. 

© Cross E. E. ©. 

© Cross E. E. ©. 

Foot of descent. 

© Straight ahead (road on 
right for KLAMATH 
FALLS). 

•© Turn left just after bridge 
(road straight ahead optional 
to ASHLAND). 

© Cross E. E. ©. 

Swing right passing inverse 
left fork then straight ahead 
direct road. 

Onto pavement, straight ahead 
to end of street. 

ASHLAND. (Postoffice at city 
square.) 



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ROUTE 31 

SACRAMENTO TO RENO. 

" 
0.0 SACRAMENTO. From the 
Postoffiee, 7th and "K" 
go east on "K." St. 
n.4 Turn left onto 12th St. 
1.1 Pass under railroad. 
1.9 Q Cross long steel bridge and 

trestle, cross tracks. 
3.8 Q* Take right fork with mac- 
adam (left fork for Marys- 
ville via Pleasant Grove). 
4.6 Q Cross railroad immediately 

left along same. 
5.6 Q> Curve right thru Five 
Points on Boulevard at Ben 
Ali R. R. Station (flag sta- 
tion). Straight ahead is old 
road to Boseville. Very 
rough now and seldom used 
by autos. 
11.4 Straight ahead on boulevard 
(turn left for Antelope, 2 
miles). 
12.4 © Straight ahead on boule- 
vard (right fork for Orange- 
vale, 5 miles). 
14.6 <J Straight ahead thru cross- 
roads (turn left for Bose- 
ville, 4 miles and Marys- 
ville; also optional road to 
Auburn). 
18.9 <£>• Take right fork across 
bridge at end of boulevard. 
20.0 -^ Turn sharp left at end of 
road (turn right for Folsom 
5 miles). 
21.0 <£• Turn right (pine tree on 
corner). (Straight ahead 
for Loomis, 7 miles and 
Rockland, 7 miles.) 

23.0 -45 Turn left at xroads (turn 

right for Folsom, 5 miles). 
23.8 ©• Turn right. 
24.6 $) Straight ahead past road 

on right (road on right for 

Folsom, 6 miles). 

25.8 ty Turn right at xroads 

(straight ahead for Loomis, 
4 miles). 

26.2 •© Turn left with road. 

28.1 @ Pass road on right (road 

on right for Folsom, 8 m.). 

29.9 Straight ahead thru xroads 

(turn left for Loomis, 4 m.). 
30.9 Q< Bear right thru irregular 
xroads (straight ahead for 
Lincoln, 14 miles, Newcastle, 
4 miles; turn left for Loom- 
is, 4 miles). 

32.3 «<3> Turn left and © imme- 

diately right (road on right 
for Rattlesnake, road on left 
for Newcastle). 

33.4 Turn right at end of road. 
33.8 -djl Turn left at xroads (Long 

Valley school house on 
right; turn right for Battle- 
snake Bridge). 




Route 31 — Continued 

Miles 
35.5 Pass inverse left fork and 
parallel line of phone poles 
(inverse left fork for New- 
castle). 

36.1 Pass inverse right fork just 

before culvert (inverse right 
fork for Shirland). 
36.9 Cross K. R. straight ahead. 

37.2 ©> Turn right onto High St. 

(straight ahead for old 
town of Auburn). 

37.5 Straight thru irregular xroads. 

37.6 Curve left onto Railroad Ave., 

past inverse left fork (in- 
verse left fork for old town 
of Auburn), and immediate- 
ly take right fork at 1 Placer 
Garage. 

37.9 AUBURN. E. E. Station. 
Straight along R. R. 

38.0 At end of street turn right 
under R. E. and next left •©. 

40.9 BOWMAN. Turn left over 
E. E. and at end of road 
turn right. 

43.4 Pass Lake Arthur. Straight 
thru CUPPER GAP. Fol- 
low main road. 

49.0 •© Curve left across E. E. 

49.4 ©• Turn right. Under E. E. 

51.0 © Cross E. E. Straight. 

53.1 WEIMER. Cross R. E. ©. 

58.2 COLFAX. •© Turn left across 

R. R. and bear right on 
Main St. Keep right on 
main road. CAUTION for 
dangerous curves. 

61.3 © Cross E. E. ©. 

65.4 MAGRA. Straight. 

66.2 Under R. R. Keeping right 

on main road across R. Rs. 

thru 
68.9 GOLD RUN. © Cross several 

R. Rs. keeping right on 

main r oad. 
73.0 Pass LAKE ALTA resort on 

right and immediately turn 

right ©• and curve left •©. 

Cross R. R. ©. Keep 

straight ahead. 
85.2 EMIGRANT GAP. © Right 

across R. R. and left «©. 

91.5 © Cross R. E. Straight. 
103.4 ©• Turn right thru Snow- 
shed. Cross E. E. ©. 

103.8 •© Left fork. Straight down 
steep grade with sharp 
turns past Donner Lake on 
right, straight into 
" 116.5 TRUCKEE. Curve left on 
Main St. At end of street 
turn left on Truckee St. 

116.8 Bear right up gTade. Cross 
R. R. ©. Down grade 
across bridge. Straight thru 
forks and xroads. 

128.1 ©> Turn right. Keep right on 
main road, up and down 




Mil-. 



Route 31 — Continued 

Miles 



130.1 



140.8 
143.7 



grades thru Dog Valley, 
crossing bridge over Truckee 
River into 

VERDI. <J Cross R. R. and 
turn left •£. Parallel R. R., 
crossing R. R. bridges. 

Cross bridge and turn right 

©•■ 
Q Cross R. R. Q. 



144.4 LAWTON. 4} Left across R. 
R. and right Q*. Straight 
on into 3rd St; 

149.4 £» Turn right across R. R. 
and left. Parallel R. R. on 
E. Commercial St. At depot 
turn right on Virginia St. 

149.7 RENO. 



Route 32 



CARSON CITY TO TRUCKEE. 



Via Tahoe. 



Miles. 
0.0 



7.0 
11.4 
14.9 



22.5 
24.6 
25.8 

27.1 
28.2 
28.4 

28.9 
29.3 
29.6 

32.7 



48.8 
49.7 



49.8 
56.8 



57.3 



61.1 



71.6 



Keep 



McKINNEYS. 

TAHOE. Follow R. R. Bear 

left across Truckee River 

bridge. I 

Left fork along R. R. Follow 

and cross same several 

times. 
DEER PARK. Straight on 

north, turning left under R. 

R. into 
TRUCKEE. 



Miles 
0.0 



CARSON CITY. From Car- 
son St. go west on King' St. 
Straight on into Kings Can- 
yon keeping right on main 
road at forks. 

Take left fork. 

Top of grade. Down hill. 

OLENBROOK. Hotel. 
Straight. Take right fork 
at Lake Tahoe. 

Pass ranch and take left fork. 

Take right fork. 

STATE LINE POST. (Lake- 
side Park.) Straight. 

BIJOU INN. 

Turn left. 

AL TAHOE. 6 Beara right 22.8 
at Qoodrich sign. 

Turn left thru gate. 

Bear right at xroads. 

Right fork thru gate, 
right at forks. 

Left fork (right goes to Tal- 
lac). Keep right on main 
road along Lake Tahoe. Up 
and down grades. 

POMJNS. Straight north. 

Cross bridge and turn right 
thru 



TRUCKEE TO LAKE TAHOE AND 
OARSON CITY. 

TRUCKEE. From main road, 
at large rock turn south un- 
der R. R. and west following 
R. R. crossing same several 
times. 

DEER PARK Pass Sta. and 
keep left Ǥ) at fork up grade, 
paralleling R. R. 

Cross bridge and keep right (§> 
on main road into 

TAHOE CITY. Curve right <§) 
on main road along Lake 
Tahoe following same south 
into 

McKINNEYS. Straight south 
keeping left -^1 across bridge 
past 

POMINS. Keep straight 

south on Shore Road with 

numerous curves and grades. 

Thru xroads. (Tallac to 

left.) 

i§> Keep left at fork. 

><Q Left fork (right goes to 
Myers). 

Thru gate and left fork •<§>. 

•© Turn left at xroads. 

Thru gate and bear right ©•. 

AL TAHOE i§). Bear left 
at Goodrich sign. 

f* Turn right. 
IJOU INN. Straight. 
STATE LINE POST. (Lake- 
side Park.) Straight. 
•^) Keep left at fork following 
main road along lake. 
Straight on past 
OLENBROOK HOTEL. Keep 
right with road thru KINGS 
CANYON, straight into W. 
King Street to Capitol. 
71.6 CARSON CITY. 



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14.3 
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39.8 
40.6 

42.0 
42.3 
42.7 
43.2 



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Route 33 

RENO TO SACRAMENTO. 



Miles Miles 

0.0 EENO. From Hotel go north 112.2 
on Virginia St. to Station. 112.5 
Turn right on E. Commercial 
St., parallel E. E. 113.1 

0.3 Turn right across E. E. and 113.6 
left •© on 3rd St. 

5.3 LAWTON. <© Left across E. 

E. and right ©•. 114.2 

6.0 © Cross E. E. ©. 

8.9 •© Turn left across bridge. 115.9 
Parallel E. E. crossing E. E. 116.3 
bridges. 117.4 

10.6 VERDI. ©> Turn right across 

E. E. ©. Cross bridge over 118.8 
Truckee Eiver. Up and 
down grades thru Dog Val- 
ley. Straight on main road. 

21.6 •© Turn left. Straight thru 

forks and xroads. Cross 119.8 
bridge upgrade. •© Cross 121.6 
R. E. Down grade. 
32.9 •© Bear left on Truckee St. 123.5 
Turn right on Main St. 123.9 

33.2 TRUCKEE. Curve right. 125.1 

Straight up steep grade with 
sharp turns. Past Donner 125.9 
Lake on left. 126.7 

45.9 Pass road on left. Cross E. 
E. ©. 

46.3 •© Turn left thru snow shed. 128.7 

58.2 © Cross E. E. Straight. 
64.5 EMIGRANT GAP. ©. Right 

across E. R. and left •©. 
Straight. © Cross R. R. 129.7 
Curve right and turn left •©. 

76.7 © Pass Lake Alta resort on 131.1 

left. Follow main road. 
Cross several R. Rs. ©. 

80.8 GOLD BUN. Straight with 

main road across R. Rs. ©. 
83.5 Under R. R. 135.1 

84.3 MAGRA. © Straight. 

88.4 © Cross R. R. Caution for 

dangerous curves. Follow 
main road. Bear left on 
Main St. 137.3 

91.5 COLFAX. © Cross R. R. and 

turn right ©•. 

96.6 WEIMER. © Cross R. R. 138.3 

98.7 © Cross R. R. Straight. 
99.3 Under R. R. Turn left •©. 

99.7 © Cross R. R. and curve ]44.1 
right ©•. Follow main road 
thru Clipper Gap. 145.1 

106.3 Pass Lake Arthur. Turn left 

•© at single road over R. R. 145.9 

108.8 BOWMAN. © Turn right. 

111.7 ©• Turn right under R E. and 

next left •©. Straight along 

R. R. to 148.1 

111.8 AUBURN. R. R. Station. Go 

west on Railroad Ave. 
112.1 Take left fork onto High St. 148.6 
(Right fork for old town of 149.3 
Auburn; Placer Garage at 149.7 
right.) 

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Straight thru irregular xroads. 

•© Turn left. (Turn right for 
old town of Auburn.) 

© Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 

Take right _fork just after 
culvert. (Left fork for 
Shirland.) 

Take left fork. (Right fork 
for Newcastle.) 

©• Turn right at xroads. 

Turn left. 

•© Turn left and ©• imme- 
diately right. 

•© Bear left thru irregular 
xroads (turn right for Lin- 
coln, 14 miles, Newcastle, 4 
miles, take right fork for 
Loomis) . 

Straight ahead thru xroads. 

© Pass road on left. (Road 
on left for Folsom, 6 miles.) 

© Turn right with road. 

•© Turn left at xroad. 

© Straight ahead past road 
on left. 

•© Turn left. 

©• Turn right at xroads. 
(Straight ahead for Folsom, 
5 miles.) 

<© Turn left; pine tree on 
corner. (Turn right for 
Loomis, 7 miles and Eoek- 
land, 7 miles.) 

©• Turn right. (Straight 
ahead for Folsom, 5 miles.) 

© Cross bridge at end of 
boulevard and immediately 
pass inverse right fork. 
(Inverse right fork for 
Roseville.) 

© Straight ahead thru x- 
roads. (Turn right for 
Roseville, 4 miles and 
Marysville; also optional 
road to Auburn.) 

© Pass inverse left fork. 

. (Inverse left fork for 
Orangevale, 5 miles.) 

Straight ahead on boulevard. 
(Turn right for Antelope, 
2 miles.) 

«© Curve left thru 5-points at 
BEN ALI R. R. Station. 

©• Turn right and cross R. R. 

©• 
© Pass inverse right fork. 

(Inverse right fork for 

Marysville via Pleasant 

Grove.) 
Cross long steel bridge and 

trestle crossing tracks of W. 

P. and N. E. 
Pass under R. R. onto 12th St. 
Turn right onto "K" St. 
SACRAMENTO. (P. O., 7th 

and "K" Sts.) 



ROUTE 34 

SACRAMENTO TO PLACERVTLLE. 

Miles 
0.0 SACRAMENTO. From P. O., 

7th ami K Sts., go east on K 

St. 3 blocks. 
0.2 Turn right on 10th St. and go 

2 blocks. 
0.4 Torn loft on M St. and follow 

same. 
1.2 Cross B. B. 
2.2 Curve right on Folsom Blvd. 

Follow wide macadam road 

to Folsom. 
4.0 © Cr08s B. B. Q>. 
6.0 «<J Keep left fork along B. B. 

(Right fork for Jackson.) 

14.0 © Cross B. B. ©. 

31.5 © Cross B. B. at FOLSOM B. 

B. Station, then go two 
blocks on the principal 
street. 

21.7 Turn right and go two blocks. 

(Just before turn for Au- 
burn.) 
21.9 Turn left on the Flacerville 
Boad. 

22.6 Pass road on left. (Boad on 

left leads to State Peniten- 
tiary.) 

23.7 © Pass road on left. (Boad on 

left leads to State Peniten- 
tiary.) From here on mostly 
up grade over winding road 
in hills with grades from 5 
to 10 per cent. 
24.6 ©>Keep to the right. (Boad 
on left for Auburn, via 
Battlesnake Bridge, 16 
miles.) 

26.2 ©Turn left. (Blue Bavine.) 

28.4 ©-Take right fork. 
31.6 © Straight on. 

33.1 © Straight on. (Boad on 

right for Clarksville, 5 m.) 

36.5 © Straight on. (Left for Jay- 

hawk, 2.5 m.) 

37.3 © Straight on. (Eight for 

Shingle Springs.) 
37.9 ©• Bear right at forks. (Left 
for Lotus.) 

40.8 Straight on. 

43.6 Bear left past road on right. 

45.3 Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork for Coloma, 
8 miles.) Follow main travel- 
ed road into town, turning 
right across B. B. a little 
past station, then i>ext turn 
left on the main street. 

47.8 PLACERVILLE. P. O. 



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Route 35 



PLACEEVTLLE TO SACRAMENTO, 
CALIFOBNIA. 

Miles 

0.0 PLACEBVILLE. From the P. 
0. go west on the main street, 
turn right, then next left 
across E. K. just before sta- 
tion. Follow main traveled 
road. 

2.5 Take left fork. (Eight fork 
for Coloma, 8 miles.) 

4.2 Bear right, past road on left. 

7.0 Straight on. 

9.9 <§> Bear left. (Eight for Lo- 
tus.) 

10.5 <§> Straight on. (Left for 

Shingle Springs.) 

11.3 <§> Straight on. (Eight for 

Jayhawk, 2J miles.) 
14.7 l§) Straight on. (Eoad on left 

for Clarksville, 5 miles.) 
16.2 © Straight on. 

18.4 i§) Pass inverse right fork. 

21.6 ©• Turn right. (Blue Bavine.) 
23.2 «^> Keep to left. (Eoad on 

right for Auburn via Eattle- 
snake Bridge, 16 miles.) 

24.1 @ Pass road on right. (Eoad 

on right leads to State Peni- 
tentiary.) 

25.2 @ Pass road on right. (Eoad 

on right leads to State Peni- 
tentiary.) 

25.9 ^ Turn right and go two 
blocks. 

26.1 Turn left and straight through 

FOLSOM. (Turn right for 

. Auburn, a little beyond here.) 




Miles 

26.3 (§) Cross E. E. at station. Fine 

macadam road from here on. 

33.8 <g> Cross B. E. 

41.8 @ Pass inverse right fork. (In- 
verse right fork for Jackson.) 

43.8 <§> Cross E. E. (§). 

45.6 Curve left on M St. 

46.6 Cross E. E. 

47.4 Turn right on 10th St. and go 

two blocks. 
47.6 Turn left on K St. and go 

three blocks. 
47.8 SACEAMENTO. 7th and K 

Sts. P. O. 



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ROUTE 36 

RENO TO PLACERVILLE, CAL 

0.0 RENO. Leave Biverside Hotel, 

take left fork. 
6.5 Cross B. B. and take left fork. 
9.1 Take middle road. 

Cross bridge, sign board. 
Uanch. 

■ rose irrigation ditch. 
10.3 Take right fork. 

11.3 Cross bridge. 

11.5 B. B. crossing. (Steamboat 
Springs.) 
R. B. crossing. 
K. B. crossing. 

14.1 Cross bridge. 
R. B. crosM 

16 J Take left fork; cross B. E. 
track, go up grade and take 
right fork at top of grade. 

18.8 Take right fork. 

19.5 Take left fork. 

21.0 Take right fork; take left fork. 

(Washoe Sink on right.) 
Take left fork. 
28.8 Lake View Tavern. 

: CABSON CITY. (Capitol.) 
Fountain. Straight. 

33.4 Take right fork. 

34.2 Take right fork on Clear Creek 

Boad. 
34.7 Take left fork. 

36.3 Take right fork at signboard; 

pass through canyon; ascend 
steep gTade, keeping main 
traveled road. 
39.2 Take left fork. 

43.6 Top of grade, descending at 

44.7 Banch. 

47.1 Glenbrook Hotel. Straight. 

Take right fork at Lake 
Tahoe. 

54.7 Pass ranch and take left fork. 

56.4 Pass ranch. 

56.8 Take right fork. 
. r >7.1 EDGE WOOD. 

58.0 STATE LINE POST. Set 
speedometer at 0.0. (State 
Line to Placerville 59.8 m.) 

1.3 Bijou Inn. 

2.4 AL TAHOE sign. 

3.5 Take left fork. (Bight for 

Tallac.) 
4.3 Gate. 
4.8 Take right fork; take left 

fork. 
9.7 METERS STATION. Ascend 

heavy grade to 
13.0 Summit. Altitude 7,394. 
13.6 PHILLIPS STATION. 







Miles 

20.4 STRAWBERRY. (Echo P. O.) 

CroSs bridge. 
30.6 KYBTTRZ. 
40.1 Cross bridge. 
40.3 RIVERTON. 
42.8 Cross bridge. 
44.8 PACIFIC. Ascend grade. 
52.8 CAMINO. Pass new town to 
59.8 PLACERVILLE. 



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Route 37 



PLACERVULE TO EENO. 



Miles 
0.0 



7.0 
15.0 
17.0 
19.5 
19.7 
29.2 

39.4 

44.2 
46.0 

50.1 
55.0 

55.5 
56.3 

57.4 
58.5 
59.8 



0.9 
1.2 
1.6 
3.3 



10.9 
13.3 
14.4 
18.8 



21.7 



PLACEBVILLE. Go east on 
Main St. thru town. Pass 
new town to 

CAMINO. Go down grade. 

PACIFIC. Straight. 

C ross bridge. 

BIVEBTON. Straight ahead. 

Cross bridge. 

KYBUBZ. Go straight across 
bridge to 

STRAWBERRY. (Echo P. O.) 

PHILLIPS STATION. 

Summit. Altitude 7,394. De- 
scend grade to 

MEYERS STATION. 

Pass inverse left fork; pass in- 
verse right fork. 

Gate. 

Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork for TALLAC.) 

AL TAHOE. Sign. 

BIJOU INN. 

STATE LINE POST. Set 
speedometer at 0.0. (State 
Line to Reno 58.0 m.) 

EDGEWOOD. 

Pass inverse left fork. 

Pass ranch. 

Pas inverse right fork and im- 
mediately passing ranch. 
Pass inverse left fork at 
LAKE TAHOE. 

Glenbrook Hotel. 

Ranch, ascending to 

Top of grade. 

Pass inverse right fork. Keep 
to main traveled road de- 
scending steep grade, pass 
thru canyon to 

Pass inverse left fork at sign- 
board. 



Miles 

23.3 

23.8 

24.6 

25.8 

29.2 
31.5 
37.0 



38.5 
39.2 



41.9 

42.5 
43.9 
44.8 
45.3 
46.5 

46.7 
47.7 

47.9 
48.5 

48.9 
51.5 



58.0 



Pass inverse right fork. 

Pass inverse left fork on Clear 
Creek Road. 

Pass inverse left fork. 
Straight. 

CARSON CITY. (Capitol.) 
Fountain. 

Lake View Tavern. 

Pass inverse left fork. 

Pass Washoe Sink on left and 
immediately passing inverse 
left fork and then inverse 
right fork. 

Pass inverse left fork. 

Pass inverse right fork. 
Straight ahead to top of 
grade; pass inverse right 
fork. 

Go down grade, cross R. R. and 
pass inverse left fork. 

R. R. crossing. 

Cross bridge. 

R. R. crossing. 

R. R. crossing. 

R. R. crossing. (Steamboat 
Springs.) 

Cross bridge. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Cross irrigation ditch. 

Pass signboard and cross 
bridge. 

Keep to middle of road. 

Pass inverse left fork and im- 
mediately cross R. R. Go 
straight ahead, passing in- 
verse left fork (just before 
reaching hotel) to 

BENO. First and Virginia 
Sts. 



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Route 38 



AUBURN TO GRASS VALLEY. 

Mile* 

0.0 AUBURN. From Garage go 
east on High Street 2 blocks. 

0.1 Turn left onto Center St. and 
go one block. 

0.2 Turn right on Tuttle Sreet and 
go one block. 

0.3 Turn left. 

0.4 Curve left past inverse right 
fork. 

0.5 ©• Turn right just past Coun- 
ty Hospital (large yellow 
buildings on right). 

0.9 © Cross small wooden bridge 
and immediately turn right at 
xroads. 

1.3 •© Take left fork (right for 
Bowman 2 miles and Colfax 
18 miles). 

1.9 © Pass inverse left fork and 
immediately road on left 
(inverse left fork for Marys- 
ville; road on left for Edge- 
wood). 

2.3 Take left fork; (right fork for 
Colfax). 

2.9 Go under B. B. and imme- 
diately go thru xroads. 

3.8 Pass road on left. 

4.9 Straight thru xroads (road on 

right for Clipper Gap). 

5.6 Cross small wooden bridge im- 
mediately pass road on right. 

7.0 Straight ahead pass road on 
loft. 

7.8 Straight thru xroads. 

8.9 © Cross steel bridge. 

11.1 Turn right just after cement 

culvert. 
11.4 •© Turn left. 
13.4 Curve left across steel bridge, 

then right. 

16.2 Pass yellow school house on 

right. 
16.9 © Pass inverse left fork. 

17.7 •© Take left fork. 

19.9 Curve left at barn across small 
steep bridge, then right. 

22.8 Go under stamp mill of North 

Star Mine. 

22.9 Pass inverse right fork (in- 

verse right fork leads to 

North Star Mine). 
23.6 1 © Pass inverse left fork. 
24.0 © Pass road on left. 
24.2 © Turn left onto Mill St., 

paralleling trolley tracks. 
24.9 GRASS VALLEY. (Mill and 

Neal Sts.) Turn right for 

COLFAX. 



GRASS VALLEY TO AUBURN. 

Miles 

0.0 GRASS VALLEY. From Mill 
and Neal Sts. go south on 
Mill St. 

0.7 ©• Turn right away from trol- 
ley tracks. 

0.9 © Pass road on right. 

1.3 •© Take left fork. 

2.0 © Take right fork (left fork 

leads to North Star Mine). 

2.1 Go under stamp mill of North 

Star mine. 
5.0 •© Turn left across small steel 
bridge then curve left at 
barn. 

7.2 © Pass inverse left fork. 
8.0 •© Take left fork. 

8.7 Pass yellow school house on 

left. 
11.5 © Turn left and cross small 
steel bridge, then curve left. 

13.5 © Turn right. 

13.8 © Turn left and immediately 

cross cement culvert. 

16.0 © Cross steel bridge. 

17.1 Straight thru crossroads. 

17.9 Straight ahead pass road on 

right. 

19.3 Pass road on left and imme- 

diately cross small wooden 
bridge. 

20.0 © Straight thru xroads (road 

on left for Clipper Gap). 

21.1 Pass road on right. 

22.0 © Straight thru xroads and 
immediately go under E. R. 

22.6 Pass inverse left fork (inverse 

left fork for Colfax). 

23.0 © Pass road on right and im- 
mediately take left fork 
(road on right for Edgewood; 
right fork for Marysville). 

23.6 •© Pass inverse left fork (in- 
verse left fork for Bowman, 
2, and Colfax 18). 

24.0 © Turn left at crossroads and 
immediately cross small 
wooden bridge. 

24.4 •© Turn left just before Coun- 

ty Hospital (large yellow 
buildings on left). 

24.5 ■© Take left fork. 

24.6 Turn right onto Tuttle St. and 

go one block. 

24.7 Turn left onto Center St., and 

go one block. 

24.8 Turn right onto High St., and 

go two block 8. 

24.9 AUBURN. (H) (R). 



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Route 39 



4.8 
5.0 
7.8 



9.4 <§> 



16.8 



18.1 
19.0 



GRASS VALLEY TO MABYS- 

V TT.T.T. 

MileB 
0.0 GEASS VALLEY. From Post- 
office, Main and Church Sts., 
go west on Main St. uphill. 
0.7 Pass cemetery on right; 
straight ahead on Main 
Highway. 
4.5 <§> Pass BOUGH AND READY 
postoffiee. 
$ Take left fork, 
ross small bridge. 
I Pass road on right just after 
ranch house. 

Straight thru crossroads 
(large two story ranch house 
on corner) follow rough wind- 
ing road down hill to 

SPENCEEVILLE; (§> straight 
ahead past store and cross 
cement bridges. 

Cross wooden bridge. 

@ Pass road on left (school 
house on left corner). 
19.3 dj> Pass road on right (road on 
right crossing bridge for 
Smartsville). 

^ Take right fork going under 
line of power poles (left fork 
for Wheatland). 

Cross two wooden bridges close 
together. 

^) Straight ahead thru xroads 
(turn left for Wheatland 8* 
miles; turn right for Ham- 
mondton 20 m.). 

Cross wooden bridge. 

0> Turn right at end of road 
(turn left for Wheatland). 

Straight ahead thru cross- 
roads. 

Pass under power line. 

I§) Cross E. E. (§> and immedi- 
ately turn right onto pave- 
ment at crossroads (turn left 
for Sacramento via Wheat- 
land; straight ahead optional 
for Marysville and Sacramen- 
to via Pleasant Grove) (J); 
1-10 of a mile beyond ig). 

Pass inverse left fork; (inverse 
left fork optional Sacramen- 
to via Pleasant Grove). 

Cross trestles and bridge over 
Yuba Eiver; straight ahead 
crossing E. E. at end of 
bridge. 

MAEYSVTLLE. (2nd and 
"D" Sts.) 



21.0 



21.9 



24.3 



24.6 
30.6 



31.9 



32.9 
33.8 



34.8 



36.0 



36.4 



MAEYSVTLLE TO GEASS 
VALLEY. 

Miles 

0.0 MABYSVTLLE. From 2nd and 
"D" Sts. go south on "D" 
St. crossing E. E. bridge and 
trestles over Yuba Eiver. 

0.4 End of bridge. 

1.6 Take left fork (right fork op- 
tional Sacramento via Pleas- 
ant Grove). 

2.6 -<5> Turn left and immediately 
cross E. R. off pavement; 
(turn right for Sacramento 
via Pleasant Grove; straight 
ahead on pavement for 
Wheatland and best road to 
Sacramento). 

3.5 Pass under power line. 

4.5 Straight ahead thru xroads. 

5.8 -^ Turn left (straight ahead 
for Wheatland). 

11.8 Cross wooden bridge. 

12.1 @ Straight ahead thru cross 
roads (turn right for Wheat- 
land 8i miles; turn left for 
Hammondston 20 miles). 

14.5 Cross two wooden bridges close 

together. 
15.4 @ Pass inverse right fork 

just after line of power poles 

(inverse right fork for 

Wheatland). 
17.1 (§) Pass road on left (road on 

left crossing bridge for 

Smartsville). 
17.4 Q Pass road on right (school 
house on right corner). 

18.3 Cross wooden bridge. 

19.6 (§) Cross cement bridges at 

Spencerville and straight 
ahead following rough wind- 
ing road uphill. 

27.0 (§) Straight thru cross roads; 
(large two etory ranch on 
corner.) 

28.6 (g) Pass road on left just after 
ranch house. 

31.4 Cross small bridge. 

31.6 $p Pass inverse left fork. 

31.9 (§> Pass BOUGH AND EEADY 

Postoffiee. 

35.7 Pass cemetery on left, follow- 

ing road down hill coming 
into town on Main St. , 
36.4 GEASS VALLEY. (Postoffiee. 
Church and Main St.) 




40 



Route 41 



BAN FBANCISCO TO SAN 
RAFAEL. 
Take ferrv at left end of Ferry 
Bide, for SAUSALITO. At 
BAUSALTTO FERRY LAND- 
ING/ get odometer at zero. 
Miles 
0.0 BAUSALTTO. Turn left out 
of Ferry Bldg., then turn 
right on Water St. Follow 
tracks straight on through 
SAUSALITO. 

1.0 <j- Turn ri e nt - 

2.3 <J> Turn left with road and fol- 

low along bay shore. 

2.4 Take right fork. 

3.5 ©• Turn right across wooden 

bridge. 

3.8 ©• Turn right. 

4.7 Q" Bear right across electric 
R. R. Q. (Tamalpais High 
School on left.) 

5.2 Q Straight, pass road on left. 

5.4 Go under R. R., then imme- 
diately left along same. 

5.6 <Ji Pass road on right. (Road 

on right leads to TEBTJBON.) 

5.9 Take right fork up grade to fi 

per cent. (Left fork optional 
in dry weather.) 
7.6 © Straight thru xroads. (Left 
for CORTE MADEEA and 
LARKSPUR. Right for SAN 
OLEMENTE.) 
8.4 6 Cross electric R. R. «J. 
9.0 ifp Straight thru xroads just 
off bridge at Greenbrae. 
(Road on right to San Rafael 
via San Quentin.) 

11.2 © Pass inverse right fork. 
(Inverse right fork is op- 
tional SAUSALPTO road via 
San Quentin.) 

11.4 © Cross R. R. ©. 

11.6 © Cross R. R. §>. 

12.0 Turn left on Fourth St. 

12.1 Cross R. R. at SAN RAPAEL 

R. R. Station. 

12.2 Straight on Fourth St. (Turn 

right for SANTA ROSA.) 
12.4 SAN RAFAEL. 



SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRAN- 
CISCO. 

Miles 
0.0 SAN RAFAEL. From center 

of town go south on Fourth 

St. 
0.2 Straight on Fourth St. (Turn 

left for SANTA ROSA.) 
0.3 Cross R. R. at SAN RAFAEL 

Station. 
0.4 Turn right one block from sta- 
tion on Sausalito Road. 
0.8 © Cross R. R. ©. 
1.0 © Cross R. R. ©. 
1.2 ©• Take right fork. (Left 

fork optional Sausalito Rd. 

via San Quentin.) 

3.4 © Straight thru xroads, cross- 

ing bridge at Greenbrae. 
(Road on left to San Rafael 
via San Quentin.) 

4.0 <S> Cross electric R. R. ©. 

4.8 © Straight thru xroads. (Road 
to right for CORTE MA- 
DERA and LARKSPUR. 
Left for SAN CLEMENTE.) 

6.5 Pass inverse right fork at foot 

of grade. (Inverse right fork 
optional in dry weather.) 

6.8 Pass road on left. (Road on 

left to TIBURON.) 
7.0 Turn right under R. R. 
7.2 © Straight past road on right. 
7.7 © Cross electric R. R. and 
bear left. (Tamalpais High 
School on right.) ©. 

8.6 © Turn left. 

8.9 •© Cross wooden bridge and 

turn left. 

10.0 Pass inverse right fork. 

10.1 © Turn right with road. 
11.4 •© Turn left and follow road 

thru SAUSALITO to Ferry 
Bldg. 
12.4 SAUSALITO. Ferry Bldg., 
from Ferry Bldg., San Fran- 
cisco side, straight on Market 
St. to Fremont. Turn left 
one block. 
SAN FRANCISCO. The Good- 
rich Building, Mission and 
Fremont Sts. 



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Route 42 



SAN RAFAEL TO SANTA EOSA, 

CALIFORNIA. 

Miles 

0.0 SAN RAFAEL. From Fourth 

St. and Petaluma Ave. go 

east on Petaluma Ave. 

0.6 © Straight. (Road on right 

for POINT SAN PEDRO.) 
1.2 © Swing right and left on 
County Roa'd, and immediate- 
ly up short 8 per cent grade 
and down similar one. 
1.4 © Straight past road on right. 
2.2 © Cross R. R. ©. 
2.7 ©• Turn right. 
3.7 © Straight up hill past Mar- 
tin's Inn and road on left. 
(Road on left leads to NIOA- 
SIO.) 
7.4 Pass IGNACIO STATION on 

right. 
7.9 Pass road on right. 
10.3 Pass road on left. 
10.9 © Turn right and cross bridge 

at irregular xroads. 
11.0 Pass road on right. NOVATO 

to the right. 
12.0 © Straight parallel to railroad. 
(Turn right and cross R. R. 
for BLACK POINT.) 

18.0 Cross bridge and immediately 

turn right with road ©. 
20.3 © Straight ahead. 
23.3 Turn right on Main St. 
23.6 PETALUMA. (Sonoma County 

National Bank.) Straight 

thru town. 

25.3 © Straight ahead. 

25.8 © Straight past road on right. 

(Road on right goes to COR- 
ONA and PRESSET.) 

27.1 © Turn right and cross trol- 

ley ©. (Road straight goes 
to SEBASTOPOL.) 

28.1 Straight thru xroads. (Road 

to left for COTATI.) 

28.9 © Cross R. R. and go straight 

thru town of PENN GROVE. 

29.2 © Straight thru xroads. (Turn 

right for SONOMA and 
NAPA.) 

31.9 © Straight ahead. (Road to 
left for COTATI.) 

34.2 © Curve left, following roll- 
ing, winding road. 

35.8 Pass road on left. (It leads to 
COTATI.) Follow main road, 
which becomes Santa Rosa 
Ave. 

40.0 Cross iron bridge. 

40.2 Court House. Turn left on 
Fifth St., go one-half block 
and turn right on Exchange 
St., go one block. 

40.4 SANTA ROSA. 4th and Ex- 

change Sts. 



37.7 
38.2 



39.0 
39.2 



39.8 
40.4 



SANTA EOSA TO SAN RAFAEL, 
CALIFORNIA. 

Miles 

0.0 SANTA ROSA. Business cen- 
ter, 4th and Exchange Sts., 
go south one block to 5th St., 
turn left one-half block on 
5th St. at Court House. 

0.2 Turn right (south) on Santa 
Rosa Ave. 

0.4 Cross iron bridge. 

4.6 Pass road on right. Follow 
main road. (Road to right 
leads to COTATI.) 

6.2 © Curve right, following oiled 
road. 

8.5 © Straight. (Road on right 
for COTATI.) 

11.2 © Straight thru xroads. (Turn 

left for SONOMA and 
NAPA.) 

11.5 Straight thru town of PENN 

GROVE, crossing R. R. ©. 

12.3 © Straight thru xroads. (Road 

to right for COTATI.) 

13.3 © Cross trolley and turn left 

©. (Turn right for SEBAS- 
TOPOL.) 

14.6 © Straight. Pass road on 

left. (Road on left for COR- 

QNA and PRESSET.) 
15.1 Straight ahead. 
16.8 PETALUMA. Sonoma County 

National Bank. Straight 

thru town. 
K.l Turn left. 
20.1 © Straight ahead. 

22.4 «© Turn left with road, cross- 

ing bridge. 
28.4 © Straight, paralleling R. R. 
(Turn left for BLACK 
POINT.) 

Pass road on left. (Road on 
left to NOVATO.) 

«© Cross bridge and turn left 
at irregular xroads. 

Pass road on right. 

Pass road on left. 

Pass IGNACIO Station on left. 

© Straight at foot of hill, pass- 
ing Martin's Inn. (Road to 
right leads to NIOASIO.) 

•© Curve left. 

© Cros3 R. R. Straight ahead 



29.4 
29.5 

30.1 
32.5 
33.0 
36.7 



© Straight past road on left. 
© Swing right and left onto 

Petaluma Ave. 
© Straight. (Road to left for 

POINT SAN PEDRO.) 
SAN RAFAEL. (Fourth Si 

and Petaluma Ave.) 



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Route 43 



SANTA ROSA TO CLOVERDALE. CLOVERDALE TO SANTA ROSA. 



Miles 
0.0 



0.4 

0.9 
1.3 
1.5 
4.3 

5.0 

5.7 
5.8 
6.0 
7.5 

9.4 

9.6 
9.8 



10.4 
11.1 
11.2 
12.3 

14.6 

14.9 



15.2 
15.5 



SANTA ROSA. From Court 
House go straight north on 
Mendocino Ave., wide paved 
street. 

Curve right with road off pave- 
ment. 

© Cross R. R. ©. 

Pass road on left. 

Straight thru irregular zroads. 

© Straight. (Road on right 
for PETRIFIED FOREST.) 

©■ Right fork. (Left fork for 
GTJERNEVILLE.) 

©• Take right fork. 

Cross steel bridge. 

fTake left fork. 
Straight. (Turn left for 
FORESTVTLLE.) 

© Straight thru old town of 
WINDSOR. 

Pass road on right. 

© Take right fork. (Left 
fork for new town of WIND- 
SOR.) 

Pass inverse left fork. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Pass inverse left fork. 

© Cross R. R., then curve right 
along same ©. 

•© Swing left across trestle, 
then bridge over river. 

©• Turn right on Front St. at 
end of bridge. 

© Cross R. R. ©. 

•© Turn left on Mason Ave. 
and go one block. 

©• Turn right on University St. 

Turn left on Matheson St. and 
follow to end of city park. 

Turn right on West St. 

HEALDSBURG. (Hotel.) Con- 
tinue north on West St. to 
County Road. 

•© Turn left. 

© Turn right with road. 

Straight. (Turn left for 
SKAGGS HOT SPRINGS.) 

Curve right along R. R. 

•© Take left fork. (Right fork 
for ALEXANDER VALLEY 
and CALISTOGA.) 

Pass Lytton Station on left. 

•© Turn left across R. R. 

© Turn right. 

GEYSERVILLE. © Straight 
thru town. 

© Straight. (Road on left to 
SKAGGS SPRINGS.) Follow 
fine road thru extensive vine- 
yards. 

Take left fork. 

•© Turn left. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

CLOVERDALE. (P. O.) 



Miles 
0.0 CLOVERDALE. From P. O. 

go south on West St. 
0.3 Take right fork. 
0.4 ©• Turn right. 
3.2 Pass inverse left fork. 
9.1 © Straight. (Road to right 

for SKAGGS SPRINGS.) 

Follow road thru extensive 

vineyards. 

10.2 © GEYSERVILLE. Straight 

thru town. 
11.1 © Straight ahead. 
14.1 •© Turn left. 

14.3 © Cross R. R. and turn right 

along same ©. 

14.5 Pass LYTTON -STATION on 

right. 

15.1 © Pass inverse left fork. (In- 

verse left fork for ALEX- 
ANDER VALLEY and CAL- 
ISTOGA.) 

16.2 Curve left, away from R. R. 
16.9 Straight. (Turn right for 

SKAGGS HOT SPRINGS.) 

17.4 •© Turn left with road. 
17.4 © Turn right on West St. 

18.0 HEALDSBURG. Continue to 

south end of park. 

18.1 Turn left at end of park on 

Matheson St. 

18.4 © Turn right on University St. 

18.7 <© Turn left on Mason Ave. 

18.8 Turn right on Front St. 

18.9 © Cross R. R. ©. 

19.0 © Turn left across bridge and 

trestle over Russian River. 

19.3 Swing right at end of trestle. 

Pavement. State highway. 

21.6 © Curve left across R. R. ©. 

22.7 Take left fork. 

22.8 Take right fork. 

23.5 Take left fork. 

24.1 © Pass inverse right fork. (In- 

ve rse ri ght fork for new town 
of WINDSOR.) 

24.3 © Pass road on right. 

24.5 © St raight thru old town of 

WINDSOR. 

26.4 © Straight. (Turn right for 

FORESTVILLE.) 

27.9 Pass inverse left fork. 

28.1 Cross steel bridge. 

28.2 © Pass inverse right fork. 
28.9 © Pass inverse right fork. 

(Inverse right fork for 
GTJERNEVILLE.) 

29.6 © Straight. (Road on left for 

PETRIFIED FOREST.) 

32.4 Straight thru irregular xToads. 
?,2.i'' Pass road on right. 

33.0 © Cross R. R. ©. 

33.5 Curve left on Mendocino Ave. 
33.9 SANTA ROSA Court House, 

4th and Mendocino Ave. 



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Route 44 



CLOVERDALE TO LAKEPORT, 

CALIFORNIA. 
Miles 
0.0 CLOVERDALE. From P. 0. 

go north on West St. 
0.5 © Straight up Cloverdale 

grade, 12 per cent. 
0.8 © Summit. 

1.2 ©« Turn right at McCray's 

Resort. (Road straight is the 
new state highway, paved and 
in the course of construc- 
tion.) 

1.7 © Cross S. R. ©. McCRAYS 

STATION on right. 

2.6 ©• Take right fork across cov- 
ered bridge. (Left fork for 
PRESTON.) 

3.9 © Straight. (Right fork 
closed. Follow winding, nar- 
row road.) 

11.2 Cross wooden bridge. 

11.3 ©• Turn right at Pie ta x roads. 

(Road straight for TJKIAH.) 
Set odometer at zero. 
0.0 Leaving PIETA xroads go up 
grade. 

2.8 ©• Take right fork. (Left fork 

for HOPLAND.) 

8.3 Top of grade. This grade 

ranges from 5 to 7 per cent. 

the entire distance. 
9.1 Toll House. Follow winding 

road down narrow curving 

rosrt. 5 to 6 per cent. 
14.9 HIGHLAND SPRINGS. •© 

Turn left. 
16.9 Pass road on right. (Road on 

right leads to KELSEY- 

VILLE.) 

17.4 Pass road on left. 
19.7 Pass road on left. 

20.5 Pass road on right. (Road on 

right leads to KELSEY- 
VILLE.) 
20.7 Curve left past inverse right 
fork. 

21.6 Curve right past inverse left 

fork. 
21.9 Pass road on left. (Road on 

left leads to HOPLAND.) 
22.5 Pa ss r oad on left. 

23.7 LAKEPORT. (Court House.) 



LAKEPORT TO CLOVERDALE, 
CALIFORNIA. 

Miles 
0.0 LAKEPORT. From Court 

House go south on main road. 
1.2 Pass road on right. 
1.8 Pass road on right. (Road on 

right leads to HOPLAND.) 

2.1 Take left fork. 
3.0 Take right fork. 

3.2 Pass road on left. (Road on 

left leads to KELSEY- 
VILLE.) 
4.0 Pass road on right. 

6.3 Pass road on right. 

6.8 Pass road on left. (Road on 

left leads to KELSEY- 

VILLE.) 
8.8 HIGHLAND SPRINGS. ©• 

Turn right, up grade, 5 to 6 

per cent. 

14.6 Toll House. Autos $1.50. 

Winding road thru moun- 
tains. 

15.4 Top of grade. Down grade, 5 

to 7 per cent. 
20.9 © Pass inverse right fork. 
(Inverse right fork for HOP- 
LAND.) 

23.7 PIETA CROSSROADS. (Set 

odometer at zero.) 
0.0 •© Turn left at PIETA xroads. 

(Right for TJKIAH.) 
0.1 Cross wooden bridge. Follow 

main road along Russian 

River. 
7.'4 © Straight. (Road on left 

closed.) 

8.6 ©• Turn right across bridge. 

8.7 © Pass inverse right fork. 

(Inverse right fork for 
PRESTON.) 
9.6 © Cross R. R. ©. "McCRAY 
STATION on left. 
10.1 © Turn left up grade at Mr- 
Cray's. (Ro ad t o right State, 
Highway to TJKIAH.) 

10.5 © Summit, 12 per cent. 

10.8 © Straight ahead on West St. 
11.3 CLOVERDALE. (P.O.) 



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Route 45 

LAKEPORT TO MIDDLETOWN. 



Miles 
0.0 

1.2 
1.8 

2.2 

3.0 
3.2 

4.0 
6.3 
6.8 

9.5 

10.0 
10.7 

10.7 
11.0 

11.4 
11.5 

11.6 
12.0 

12.6 

14.5 



16.5 



18.9 
19.2 



20.9 



LAKErORT. From Court 

House go south on Main St. 
Pass road on right. 
© Straight. (Road on right 

to HOPLAND.) 
■© Take left fork. (Right fork 

for HOPLAND.) 
©• Take right fork. 
© Straight. (Road on right 

for KELSETVTLLE.) 
Pass road on right. 
Pass road on right. 
•© Turn left. (Straight for 

CLOVERDALE.) 
Curve right past inverse left 

fork. 
©• Turn right. 
•© Turn left 50 feet past this 

point. 
•© Take left fork. 
© Take right fork across 

bridge. 
KELSETVTLLE. (Hotel.) 
© Take right fork. (Left fork 

for SODA BAT.) 
Take left fork. 
Take right fork up 5 per cent 

grade. 
© Take right fork up 5 to 10 

per 'cent grade. 
•© Take left fork. (Right 

fork for MIDDLETOWN via 

GLENBROOK.) 
©• Take right fork. (Left fork 

for LOWER LAKE.) 
Take right fork. 
© Straight thru xroads. (Turn 

left for SEIOLER SPRINGS 

and BONANZA.) 
Take right fork. 



Miles 

21.4 

21.8 



Pass inverse left fork. 
©• Take right fork. (Left 
fork for 8 E I G L E R 
SPRINGS.) 
23.7 Pass inverse left fork. 
23.9 Take right fork. 
24.2 Pass two roads on left. 

24.4 © Pass inverse left forks. 

(Inverse left forks for SEIG- 
LER SPRINGS.) 

24.5 Pass two inverse right forks 

close together. 
25.2 © Straight thru xroads at 
barn. (Turn left for ADAMS 
SPRINGS. At end of barn 
turn right for GLEN- 
BROOK.) 

26.2 Pass HOBERG'S RESORT on 

right. 

27.9 •© Curve left past inverse 
right fork. (Inverse right 
fork optional road to KEL- 
SETVTLLE.) Cobb Valley 
Postoffiee. 

28.9 Pass the Whispering Pines on 
right; 3,500 ft. elevation. 

31.3 Cross wooden bridge at inverse 

right fork. 
34.1 Straight. (Turn right for 
MTRA VISTA.) 

34.4 Cross wooden bridge. Small 

green wooden school on right. 

35.5 •© Turn left. 

36.4 Cross bridge over dry creek. 

36.9 © Straight thru irregular 
xToads. (Turn left for HAR- 
BIN SPRINGS.) 

37.0 MIDDLETOWN. (Lake County 
House.) 



Route 46 

MIDDLETOWN TO LAKBPORT, OAL. 



Miles 
0.0 



0.1 



0.6 
1.5 
2.6 



2.9 



5.7 
8.1 



9.1 



MIDDLETOWN. Prom Lake 

County House go north. 
© Straight through irregular 

xroads. (Turn right for 

HARBIN SPRINGS.) 
Cross bridge over dry creek. 
©Turn right. 
Cross wooden bridge. Small 

green wooden school house on 

left. 
Straight. (Turn left for MTRA 

VISTA.) 
Take right fork at bridge. 
Pass Whispering Pines on left. 

Elevation 3,500 feet. 
©•Take right fork. (Left 

fork optional road to KEL- 



Mil^s 

SETVILLE.) Cobb Valley 

Postoffiee. 
10.8 Pass HOBERG'S RESORT on 

left. 



11.8 



12.5 



12.6 



12.8 
13.1 
13.3 



© Straight through xroads at 
barn. (Turn right for 
ADAMS SPRINGS. Turn 
left for GLENBROOK.) 

Take both right forks close 
together. 

•©Take left fork. (Right 
fork for SEIGLER 
SPRINGS.) 

Pass two roads on right. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Take left fork. 



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Route 46 — Continued 



Miles 

15.2 © Pass inverse right fork. 
(Inverse right fork for 
SEIGLER SPRINGS.) 

15.6 Take left fork. 

17.8 © Straight through xroads. 

(Turn right for SEIGLEK 
SPRINGS and BONANZA.) 

20.5 © Pass inverse right fork. 
(Inverse right fork for 
LOWER LAKE.) White 
farmhouse on left. 

22.5 © Pass inverse left fork. 
(Inverse left fork for MID- 
DLETOWN via GLEN- 
BROOK.) 

22.9 Take left fork. 
23.0 Take right fork. 

24.4 © Pass inverse right fork at 
foot of 10 per cent grade. 

25.0 Pass inverse right fork at 
foot of 5 per cent grade. 



Miles 

25.5 © Pass inverse right fork. 

(Inverse right fork for SODA 
BAT.) 

25.6 KELSEYVILLE. (Hotel.) 
26.0 •© Cross bridge and curve left 

at inverse right fork. 
26.3 © Pass inverse left fork. 

Fifty feet past this point 
26.3 ©-Turn right. 
27.0 Turn left. 
27.5 Take left fork. 
30.2 © Turn right. (Turn left for 

CLOVEEDALE.) 

30.7 Pass road on left. 
33.0 Pass road on left. 

33.8 © Straight. (Road on left for 

KELSEYVILLE.) 

34.8 © Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork for HOP- 
LAND.) 

35.2 © Straight. (Road to left 
goes to HOPLAND.) 

37.0 LAKEPORT^ (Court House.) 



Route 47 



MIDDLETOWN TO ST. HELENA. ST. HELENA TO MTDDLETOWN. 



Miles 

0.0 MIDDLETOWN. From Lake 
County House go south on 
the main road. 

0.4 Pass inverse right fork. 

1.2 -©Turn left. (Turn right for 
SPRING HILL FARM RE- 
SORT.) 

2.4 © Pass road on right. 

4.2 Pass deserted mine. Toll road 
begins here. Follow good 
road up canyon. All up hill, 
4 to 12 per cent. 

9.2 Toll House. ($1.50 for ma- 

chine of two seats; $1.00 for 
one Beat.) 

9.3 © Summit. Follow toll road 

down winding road to 12 per 

cent. 
14.6 •© Foot of CALISTOGA grade. 

Turn left. 
14.8 Cross stone bridge and turn 

right. 
16.1 © Turn right. 
16.6 •© Turn left off of Lake Ave. 

on Railroad Ave. 
16.8 © Turn right on Lincoln Ave., 

then immediately cross E. R. 

at CALISTOGA. Continue 

along Lincoln Ave. through 

town. 
17.1 Cross steel bridge. 
17.3 <© Turn left at garage on Main 

St. (Turn right for SANTA 

ROSA.) 
21.0 © Straight past road on left. 
25.0 Cross small stone bridge onto 

pavement on Main St. 
25.8 ST. HELENA. (Garage.) 



Miles 
0.0 



ST. HELENA. Go north on 

Main St. 
0.8 Cross small stone bridge. 
4.8 © Straight. Pass road on 

right. 
8.5 © Turn right on Lincoln Ave. 

(Straight for SANTA 

ROSA.) 
8.7 Cross steel bridge. 
9.0 CALISTOGA. •© Cross R. R. 

and turn left on Railroad 

Ave. 
9.2 © Turn right on Lake Ave. 
9.7 <©Turn left. 
11.0 Turn left across stone bridge. 
11.2 ©.Turn right at foot of Cal- 

istoga grade, 12 per cent. 

16.5 © Summit. Follow toll road 

down winding grade. 

16.6 Toll House. ($1.50 machines 

of two seats; $1.00 for one 
seat.) 

21.6 Pass deserted mine. Follow 
main road. 

23.4 © Pass road on left. 

24.6 ©Turn right. (Straight for 
SPRING HILL FARM RE- 
SORT.) 

25.4 Take right fork. 

25.8 MIDDLETOWN. (Lake 
County House.) 



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ST. HELENA TO VALLEJO, OAL. VALLEJO TO ST. HELENA, OAL. 



Miles 
0.0 



0.1 

2.0 

2.5 

4.0 
5.9 
8.8 
9.4 
9.8 
13.0 
13.3 

15.8 



16.2 
16.3 
16.6 
16.7 

16.8 



17.7 
18.1 



18.4 
18.7 
18.8 



19.0 
19.7 

20.5 

23.8 
24.7 

25.8 
26.7 
27.1 
27.6 
28.7 



30.0 



31.6 
33.0 
33.4 

33.9 



ST. HELENA. From P. O. go 
south on Main St. along car 
tracks. 

Cross stone bridge off of pave- 
ment. 

Pass ZINFADEL Station. 

© Cross B. B. Then along 
same ©. 

© Pass BTJTHEB FOBD. 

6 Straight by OAKV1LLE. 

Turn left and right with road. 

fl Straight by TOTJNTVILLE. 
ass Veteran 'a Home on right. 

Pass by OAK KNOLL Station. 

Straight. (Boad on left leads 
to NAPA SODA SPBINGS.) 

© Curve right across E. B. 
at Union Station, then paral- 
lel trolley ©. (Just before 
E. B. turn left for MONTI- 
CELLO.) 

•© Turn left. 

© Cross E. B. ©. 
Cross B. B. ©. 
Turn right. (Straight for 
NAPA SPBINGS.) 

© Cross B. B., then follow 
trolley, coming into NAPA 
on Jefferson St. ©. 

Cross stone bridge. 

•©Turn left with trolley on 
Third St. (Straight for Sono- 
ma.) 

Swing left with car line. 

Cross steel bridge. 

NAPA. Turn right on Suscol 
Ave. with trolley. B. B. sta- 
tion on left. 
S Cross B^ B. onto dirt road. 
Cross trolley, then parallel 
same ©. 

Pass Napa Insane Asylum on 
left. Continue along trolley. 

Straight away from trolley. 

Straight up hill. (Boad on 
left for STJISTJN.) 

Curve left along trolley. 

© Cross E. E. ©. 

© Cross B. B. ©. 

Pass large cement plant on left. 

© Leave trolley and cross E. 
B. ©. Keep direct road. 
(Boad on left for STJISTJN.) 

© Curve right across B. B., 
then left along same, con- 
tinuing parallel with trolley. 

Pass Three Mile House. 

©• Turn right on Louisiana St. 

Turn left at City Park on Mar- 
in St. 

VALLEJO. (Marin and Geor- 
gia Sts.) 



Miles 

0.0 VALLEJO. Marin and Geor- 
gia Sts., go north on Marin 
St. to city park, where 

0.5 Turn right on Louisiana St. 

0.9 •© Turn left. 

2.3 Pass Three Mile House on left. 

3.9 © Curve right across B. B. ©. 
Then left along same; con- 
tinuing parallel car tracks. 

5.2 © Cross E. E. Straight along 

trolley ©. (Boad to right 
for STJISTJN.) 

6.3 Pass large cement plant on 
right. 

Cross B. B. ©. 

Cross B. E. ©. 
3urve right away from trolley. 
© Straight. (Boad to right 
for STJISTJN.) 

10.1 Straight along trolley. 

13.4 Pass NAPA INSANE ASY- 

LUM. Continue along trolley. 

14.2 © Cross trolley ©. 

14.9 Cross B. E., straight on Suscol 
Ave. 

15.1 NAPA. Turn left with trolley 

on Third St. 

15.2 Cross steel bridge. 

15.5 Swing right with car line. 

15.8 © Turn right with trolley on 

Jefferson St. (Turn left for 
SONOMA.) 
16.2 Cross stone bridge. 

17.1 © Cross B. E. ©. 

17.2 •© Turn left. (Turn right for 

NAPA SODA SPETNGS.) 

17.3 © Cross B. B. ©. 

17.6 © Cross E. E. ©. 

17.7 Turn right paralleling trolley. 

18.1 © Cross B. B. at Union Sta- 
tion, then curve left. © (Turn 
right for MONTICELLO.) 

20.6 Straight. (Boad to right leads 
to NAPA SODA SPEINGS.) 

20.9 Pass by OAK KNOLL Station 

on left. 
24.1 Pass Veteran's Home on right. 
24.5 © Straight through YOUNT- 

VTLLE. 
25.1 Turn left and right with road. 

Pass cemetery on right. 
28.0 © Straight thru town of OAK- 

VTXLE. 
29.9 © Straight thru town of 

EUTHEEFOED. 

31.4 © Cross B. B. then along same 

©. 
31.9 Pass ZINFADEL. Station on 
right. 

33.8 Cross stone bridge. Straight 

on Main St. 

33.9 ST. HELENA. (P. O.) 



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Route 49 



VALLEJO TO BENIOIA AND 

MARTINEZ. 
Miles 
0.0 VALLEJO. Leaving Georgia 

and Marin Sts., go east on 

Georgia St., up short 7 per 

cent hill. 
0.6 Cross cement bridge over K. 

K. Go one block, where <§>» 

turn right on Anador St. and 

go two blocks. 
0.8 -^) Curve left thru 5-points on 

macadam. 



1.5 
2.8 



3.8 



5.0 
6.3 
6.3 

7.2 



Pass JDORA PARK on right. 

Pass cemetery on right. End 
of macadam. 

ty Turn right. Midway House 
on left. (Turn left for 
WHITE SULPHUR 

SPRINGS.) Straight along 
rolling road. Bay shore on 
right. 

Onto pavement. 

§>> Turn right. 

•§) Turn left at xstreets on J 
St. Straight into 

BENICIA. (J and Main Sts.) 
Straight to wharf where take 
ferry to Martinez. Perry to 
Port Costa closed to auto- 
mobiles. 



BENIOIA TO VALLEJO. 

Miles 

0.0 BENICIA. J and Main Sts., go 
north on J St. 

0.9 Turn right. 

0.9 •<§> Turn left. 

2.2 Onto dirt road. 

3.4 •© Turn left at Midway House. 
(Straight for WHITE SUL- 
PHUR SPRINGS.) 

4.4 Pass cemetery on left. On 
macadam. 

5.7 Pass IDORA PARK on left. 

6.4 ty Curve right thru 5-points 
on Anador St. 

6.6 *(§) Turn left on Georgia St., 
crossing cement bridge over 
R. E. 

7.2 VALLEJO. (Georgia and Mar- 
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Follow only road 



Miles 
0.0 BENICIA. 

of J St. 
0.0 MARTINEZ. 

off ferry. 
0.5 Turn left across R. R. and pass 

thru town. Turn right at 

hotel on Main St. 
0.9 Turn right on Talbart St. Up 

hill. Follow winding road up 

to 15 per cent. 
1.3 Pass between two cemeteries. 

Down hill. Keep traveled 

road. From here on road 

winds up and down many 

hills. Bay shore on right. 
5.6 Pass inverse right fork. 
6.3 Pass inverse left fork. 



Miles 
6.5 



9.0 



9.6 

9.7 

10.9 

11.7 
11.9 
12.2 

12.5 
13.3 



Turn left. (Straight for PORT 

COSTA.) Go up long 10 per 

cent grade, following hilly 

road. 
Straight thru CROCKETT. 

Keep direct road. Pass R. R. 

station. 
•@ Jog left and right up hill. 
Turn right. 
<© Take left fork. (Right fork 

for SELBT. No outlet.) 
(§>• Turn right at end of road. 
Turn left. 
Pass large tank of Union Oil 

Co. on right. 
OLEUM. (P. O.) 
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Miles 

13.4 EODEO. Straight past B. R. 

Station. 

13.5 ■© Curve left with road. Then 

straight over rolling road. 
15.8 $• Curve right along R. R. 
Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork for best road 
to Martinez and points 
north.) 

17.5 PINOLE. Q Straight. Follow 

road over hill, some grndes 
to 10 per cent. 

22.6 -<5> Swing left across bridge at 

zroads and pass road on right 
at end of bridge. 

23.0 SAN PABLO. Straight thru 

town. 
23.6 QK Curve right at three-cor- 
ners. 

24.1 Parallel car track. 

25.1 $• Turn right on McDonald 
Ave. ©. (For OAKLAND 
straight across R. R. ©.) 



Miles 

26.9 RICHMOND. Continue west 

on McDonald Ave. 
28.7 Q- Turn right on San Pablo 

Ave. and parallel car tracks. 
28.9 (§> Cross R. R. CD. 
29.7 Pass inverse right fork. 

31.3 BUST. Straight parallel car 

tracks. 

32.7 Cross Key Route trolley. 

33.5 Straight thru xroads at West 
Berkeley. (Turn left on_Dni- 
versity Ave. for UNIVER- 
SITY OF CALTFOBNIA and 
BERKELEY.) 

35.4 Cross Key Route trolley tracks. 

Straight on San Pablo Ave., 
into 
37.2 OAKLAND. (14th and Broad- 
way.) 

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Miles 



Miles 

0.0 OAKLAND. From 14th, Broad- 
way and San Pablo Aves. go 
northwest on San Pablo Ave. 

1.45 Cross Key Route trolley. 
Straight on San Pablo Ave. 

3.7 Straight thru xroads at West 
Berkeley. (Turn right on 
University Ave. for UNI- 
VERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 
and BERKELEY.) 

5.1 Cross Key Route trolley. 

5.9 BUST. §> Straight, paralleling 
ear tracks. 

7.5 Take right fork. 

8.3 Q Cross B. R. (§). 

8.5 -Q Turn left onto McDonald 
Ave. 

10.3 RICHMOND. Continue east on 

McDonald Ave. 
12.1 Turn left, north, on San Pablo 
Ave. (Turn right for OAK- 
LAND.) 

13.1 Leave car tracks. 

13.6 •© Curve left at 3-corners. 

14.2 SAN PABLO. Straight. 

14.6 Q Pass road on left, cross 

bridge and swing right at 
xroads. 

19.7 PINOLE. @ Straight, follow- 

ing main road over hills. 

21.4 <Q Take left fork. (Right fork 

for best road to MARTINEZ 
and all northern points.) 



23.7 
23.8 

23.9 
24.7 
25.0 

25.3 
25.5 
26.3 



27.5 
27.6 



28.2 



30.7 



30.9 
31.6 
35.9 

36.3 
36.7 



37.2 



$£• Curve right with road. 
BODEO. Pass E. R. station on 

left. 
Cross R. E. Wye. 
OLEUM. (P. O.) . 
Pass large oil tank of Union 

Oil Co. on left. 
Q< Turn right. 
Turn left. 

Q Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork for SELBY. 

No outlet.) 
Turn left. 
•© Jog left and right at foot 

of hill. 
Straight thru CBOCKETT, 

passing B. "B. station. 
Turn right at edge of Port 

Costa. (Turn left for POBT 

COSTA) 
Take left fork up grade. 
Take right fork. 
Pass between two cemeteries. 

Keep traveled road. 
Turn left on Main St. 
Turn left at hotel on Ferry St. 

Cross B. E. and turn right. 

Follow only road to ferry. 

Take ferry across Bay. 
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Route 52 



STOCKTON TO MERCED. 



MERCED TO STOCKTON. 



Miles 
0.0 STOCKTON. Court House go 

west on Weber St. 
0.1 At wharves turn left on Center 

St. and follow trolley. 
0.5 Cross R. R. 
-0.6 Cross R. R. 

1.0 Turn right off Center St. on 

Jackson which soon becomes 
Stockton Road. 

2.1 Straight thru xroads. (Road 

on right for Roberts Island.) 

3.1 Cross steel bridge. 

3.2 Cross steel bridge. 
5.1 © Cross R. R. <§. 

5.4 © Straight thru xroads at 
French Camp. (Turn right 

■ for San Francisco.) 

© Cross R. R. ©. 

© Cross trolley <g>. 

©• Turn right at xroads and 
immediately cross trolley. 

•© MANTECA. Turn left. 
(Turn right for Oakland via 
Tracy.) 

©• Turn right at xroads. 

Straight by town of RIPON. 
(From here to Fresno the 
State Highway parallels the 
main line of the Southern 
Pacific R. R.) 

© Pass road on left. (Road 
on left leads to Oakdale.) 

Straight past town of SALIDA. 

Take right fork. 

MODESTO. Turn right and 
go one block. 

©* Turn right. * 

•© Take left fork immediately 
after crossing long steel 

• bridge. 

•© Turn left immediately cross 
R. R. then take right fork. 
(Left fork for Hickman.) 

Straight thru xroads. (Road 
on left for Hickman; road on 
right for Grayson.) 

Straight past Keyes Sta- 
tion. (Turn right for Crows 
Landing.) 

©• Take right fork. 

©» Turn right. 

Turn left. 

Straight thru TTJRLOCK. 

© Turn left across R.R., then 
right along same ©. 

© Straieht past town of LIV- 
INGSTON. 

Straight by ATWATER. 

*© Pass inverse left fork, im- 
mediately cross R. R. (In- 
verse left fork for Oakdale.) 

© Cross R. R. ©. 

MERCED. 16th and K Sts. 



5.8 
8.3 



13.2 



15.1 
20.9 



24.2 

24.3 
30.6 

31.4 

31.5 
32.6 



33.0 



35.0 © 



38.5 © 



43.7 
43.9 
44.0 
44.6 
53.9 

54.4 

60.1 
66.7 




67.5 
67.9 



Miles 
0.0 MERCED. From 16th and K 
Sts. go west on 16th St. 
Cross R. R. 

Left fork across R. R. ©. 
Straight by ATWATER. 
Pass LIVINGSTON. 
ieft across R. R. ©, and right. 
Straight thru TTJRLOCK 

Turn right on Julian St., 
crossing R. R. immediately 
before end of street. 
24.0 •© Turn left. 
29.4 © Straight past Keyes. 
32.9 © Straight thru xroads. 
34.9 •© Curve left past inverse 
right fork and immediately 
cross R. R., and right ©•. 

35.3 © Pass inverse left fork and 

immediately cross long steel 
bridge over Tuolumne River, 
following into Seventh St. 

36.4 §>• Turn right on I St.; go one 

block, crossing R. R. 

36.5 MODESTO. (R. R. station at 

left.) Turn left onto Ninth 
St. (Straight ahead for 
Yosemite Valley, 102 miles.) 

43.6 © Straight past SALIDA. 

43.7 (J> Pass road on right. (Road 

on right leads to Oakdale.) 

47.0 © Straight by town of RIPON. 

(From Fresno to Ripon the 
State Highway parallels the 
main line of the Southern 
Pacific R. R.) (Road on 
right for Knights Ferry and 
Oakdale.) 

52.8 <© Turn left at xroads. (Turn 

right for Atlanta.) 

54.7 MANTECA. Turn right ©•. 

(Straight ahead for Oakland 
via Tracy.) 

59.1 © Cross trolley and imme- 

diately turn left •© at xroads. 
(Straight ahead is the so- 
called Hogan Road into 
Stockton.) 

59.6 Cross trolley straight ahead. 

62.1 © Cross R. R. ©. 

62.5 FRENCH CAMP. Straight 
ahead. (Turn left for Oak- 
land and San Francisco.) 

62.8 © Cross R. R. ©. 
64.8 Cross bridges. 

65.8 © Thru xroads into Jackson 

St. 

66.9 •© Turn left on Center St. 

67.3 © Cross R. R. ©. Follow trol- 

ley- 

67.4 © Cross R. R. ©. 

67.8 Turn right at end of street on 

WebeT St. 

67.9 STOCKTON. 



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ROUTE 53 

STOCKTON TO TOSEMITE 
VALLEY. 



0.0 BTOCKTON. From Court 
House go east on Weber 
ma B. Hs. Turn 
right (south) on Pilgrim 
■. Cross K. R. 
1.1 Turn left on South St. 
1.5 Cross R. R. Straight on. 
3.3 NIGHTINGALE. Turn left 
at single road. Cross R. R. 
Straight east thru xroa.ls. 
16.9 FABMINGTON. Cross R. R. 

Straight across bridge. 
18.2 Turn right on angling road. 
Straight on. Cross bridge. 

26.2 Right fork. Keep right on 

main road. 
37.8 KNIGHT'S FEBBY. Bear 
right across bridge. Up 
grade. 

38.3 Turn left at top of grade. 
38.8 Keep right on main road. 

48.0 KEYSTONE. Cross R. R. 

Follow main road t,o 

55.1 CHINESE CAMP. Turn left 

on Main St. Turn right at 
end of street. Straight 
southeast. Keep right on 
main road through 

65.2 JACKSONVILLE. Left fork. 

Cross bridge. Straight on 
winding road up grade thru 
PBIEST 67.7. 
68.7 BIG OAK FLAT. Keep 
right on main road through 
GBOVECAND 71.0. Cross 
bridge and keep right on 
main road. 



78.1 



Left 



SMITH STATION, 
fork. 

84.7 COLFAX. Straight on main 

winding road. 

85.8 Toll bridge. Straight. 

90.3 HABDEN BANOH. Straight. 

95.0 SEQUOIA. Straight. 

970 HODGDON RANCH. Pass 
Hog Ranch Road on left. 
Straight east, passing 'thru 
BIG TBEES, to end of road, 
where bear left into 
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MODESTO TO TOSEMITE. 



Miles 

0.0 MODESTO. From 10th and 

"I" Sts., go east on "I" 

St. four blocks. 
0.2 Turn right on Fourteenth St. 

Modesto Library on left. 
0.7 Road turns toward left. 

1.0 Cross cement bridge over Dry 

Creek. 

1.2 Road leads straight east. 

2.1 Follow Modesto-Empire In- 

terurban R. R. to Empire. 
4.5 Schoolhouse on left. 

5.3 Straight by EMPIRE. 

5.4 Cross main line Sante Fe R. 

R. (Road to right leads to 
Hughson and Denair.) 
8.4 Schoolhouse on left. (Road 
to left leads to OAKDALE.) 

10.5 Cross irrigation canal. East- 
ern boundary of Modesto 
Irrigation District. 

12.9 Go straight. (Waterford at 
left.) 

13.2 Cross Southern Pacific R. R. 

13.5 Go straight. (Road to right, 

crossing steel bridge over 
Tuolumne River, leads to 
Hickman and Merced.) 

14.6 Top of, first hill east of Wat- 

erford. Enter rolling coun- 
try. 
15.0 Main canal of Modesto Irri- 
gation District on left. 

17.5 Go straight. (Road to left 

leads to Reservoir of Mo- 
desto Irrigation District, 
one mile.) 

20.4 Cemetery on right. 

21.0 Take left fork. (Right fork 
leads to bridge over Tuo- 
lumne River.) 

28.6 Cross Tuolumne River on 

steel bridge. 

28.7 Turn to left after crossing 

bridge. (Road to right 
leads back to Modesto on 
south side of river. Land 
to right has been worked by 
gold dredger.) 

29.8 Dredger working across river. 
30.2 Cemetery to left. 

31.2 LA GRANGE. Hotel. Take 

road to right up steep hill. 
(Road to left leads to fa- 
mous LaGrange Dam of Mo- 
desto-Turlock Irrigation Dis- 
tricts, two miles.) 

31.3 Take left fork at top of hill. 
31.6 Cross main canal of Turlock 

Irrigation District. (Just 
ahead on both sides old hy- 
draulic mining grounds.) 

34.4 Cross cement bridge. 

35.5 Take left fork. 



Miles 
35.7 

36.6 
37.1 



37.6 

40.4 
43.0 
43.8 

47.3 



48.9 



51.4 



53.6 



54.2 
55.6 



Out of Stanislaus County in- 
to Tuolumne County. 

Out of Tuolumne County in- 
to Mariposa County. 

HAYWAEDS RANCH OR 
JUNCTION. Intersection 
of road from Snelling and 
Merced. Group of ranch 
buildings, with high tank- 
house painted red, visible in 
all directions for a consid- 
erable distance. Turn left 
(northeasterly) over rolling 
country. 

Out of Mariposa County into 
Tuolumne County. Rolling 
hills with grades 5 to 8 per 
cent, both wayB. 

White schoolhouse left of 
road. 

BLANOHARD P. O. (Gaso 
line.) 

On summit of ridge leave 
Tuolumne County, enter 
Mariposa County. Roads 
now much better. 

WooleBon ranch; turn right 
at guide board just before 
reaching the house and fol- 
low Coulterville Turnpike 
(the road straight ahead 
leads to Coulterville over 
Penon Blanco Mountain, 
shorter but steep and 
rough). 

Granite Spring Schoolhouse. 
Now descend sharply; 
grade about 9 per cent, 
maximum, and total drop 
of 500 feet in one and a 
half miles, to junction with 
Coulterville and Pleasant 
Valley stage road at 41.9 M. 

Brick house on right, winery, 
known throughout the re- 
gion as "Johnny Grapes." 
Take road to left and as- 
cend the mountain. (Right- 
hand road leads to MAST 
STATION on T. V. R. R.) 
Winding road from here to 
Coulterville good and 
smooth, but with grades up 
to 12 per cent.; total ascent 
1000 feet. 

Water tank, also spring be- 
side road thirty yards be- 
yond. 

Quartz mill below the road. 
Cross the Mother Lode of 
California. Large white 
quartz rock outcropping on 
both sides of the creek. 



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Route 54 — Continued 



57.6 



61.0 



64.0 



64.7 



67.0 



69.2 



COULTEE VILLE. Turn 

right, then left, entering 
town, and proceed up main 
street. Two hotels; general 
stores, livery, Bruschi 'b 
phone; last chance to get 
supplies. Coulterville is 
wet. Continue up main 
street; at forks three-quar- 
ters of a mile above town 
take road to left. 

Take right-hand road and as- 
cend Greeley Hill. (Left- 
hand road leads to 
PRIEST'S STATION, top 
of Priest Hills, on Big Oak 
Plat road, distance 9 miles). 
Greeley Hill is four miles 
long, an easy ascent of 1,200 
feet on a uniform 6 per 
cent, grade; road is in good 
condition. Water tank at 
roadhouse half mile before 
reaching the summit. 

Top of Greeley Hill, eleva- 
tion 3,250 feet. Pirst view 
of YOSEMITE. Thence 
across flat country and up 
short ascent, keeping direct 
road and avoiding two 
xroads, one to the right and 
the next to the left. 

At guide board take road to 
right and descend. (Left- 
hand road leads to Smith 
ranch, Hamilton ' s and 
Crocker's, on Oak Flat 
road.) 

DUDLEYS, old stage station, 
phone. 

Top of Shingle Hill; sharp 
winding descent a little 
over half a mile on a 12 per 
cent, grade. This will be 
the sharpest adverse grade 
on the return trip. 

Cross north fork of Merced 
River; shallow ford, hard 
gravel bottom; Bower Cave, 
a natural curiosity, 100 
yards up stream. Large cave 
in limestone with deep lake 
and large growing oak trees 
in the bottom. A small ad- 
mission fee is charged. 
Phone. At fence corner a 
quarter of a mile beyond 
here keep road to left aud 
ascend long hill; smooth 
but narrow and winding, 
with grades of 10 to 12 per 
cent. The main hill is 2.3 
miles long. 



Miles 

72.4 Ranch and former tollgate; 

continuous ascent on grades 
of 6 to 12 per cent.; thru 
groves of heavy yellow and 
sugar pine and incense ce- 
dar trees. 

82.5 HAZEL GREEN. Old sum- 

mer resort and camping 
ground; elevation 5635 feet; 
well of water just inside 
the corral is called the best 
and coldest in the region. 

82.8 Junction with Crane Flat 
road; keep to right. (Left- 
hand road reaches Crane 
Flat road on Oak Flat road, 
distant four miles. From 
here Tuolumne grove of big 
trees is distant one mile; 
down hill to northward; 
Oak Plat road runs through 
this grove.) 

84.2 Summit, the highest point on 
the route, elevation 6030 
feet. This is also the boun- 
dary of the Yosemite Na- 
tional Park. Thence de- 
scend to Moss Canyon Creek, 
on an average grade of 9 
per cent. 

85.6 The Merced Big Tree Grove. 

Military outpost here. Gov- 
ernment telephone. 

90.6 Begin sharp descent to Little 
Crane Creek, one mile of 
12 to 14 per cent, grade. 

94.1 Cross Big Orane Creek at 
BIG MEADOW STATION. 
At this point keep straight 
on level and up slight as- 
cent to top of ridge. At 
BIG MEADOW STATION 
road to right just beyond 
house leads to FORESTA 
and EL PORTAL, Y. V. R. 
R. terminus, six miles dis- 
tant. 

95.1 Begin sharp descent to bot- 
tom of Merced River Can- 
yon; grades 15 to 20 per 
cent; total descent 1,100 
feet. 

96.1 Foot of hill; junction of El 
Portal and Yosemite stage 
road Ave and a half miles 
above EL PORTAL; thence 
over Yosemite Park roads, 
keeping the north side of 
the Merced Biver all the 
way. 
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Route 55 

MERCED TO YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK. 



Miles 

0.0 MERCED. From 17th and 
Huffman Sts., Merced (dis- 
tant from Oakland Ferry by 
State Highway 121 miles, and 
from Fresno 55 miles) ; thence 
east on 17th St. six blocks to 
city limits and: turn left on 
G St. 

1.1 Cross Bear Creek bridge and 
continue north. 

6.8 Along macadamized road to 
Six-Mile Road House, turn 
right and follow county road 
one-half mile to forks of 
Mariposa Road, turn left, and 
follow electric power line 
over low rolling hills, maxi- 
mum grades 4%. 
15.0 Ruddle house on high hill to 
right, keep to left past flour 
mill. 

15.4 Merced River bridge. 

16.2 End of lane; turn right to 
Snelling, the old county seat; 
gasoline, phone and hotel. At 
end of main street at old 
court house turn left two 
blocks, then right into coun- 
ty road, and pass cemetery 
and brick school house. 

17.7 At quarter of a mile beyond 

school house turn left, cross- 
ing Y. V. R. R. and continue 
north over low rolling hills. 
20.6 Turn sharp right; thence east 
two miles over sharp rolling 
country. 

22.5 Turn left; thence north over 

level country. 

26.4 Turn right. 

27J0 Out of Merced county into 
Marispoa county. 

28.5 HAYWARDS RANCH OR 

JUNCTION. Intersection 

with road from LaGrange and 
Modesto; group of ranch 
buildings with high tank- 
house painted red, visible in 
all directions for a consider- 
able distance; thence north- 
easterly over rolling country. 
29.0 Out of Mariposa county into 
Tuolumne county. Rolling 
hills with grades 5 to 8% 
both- ways. 

31.8 White sehoolhouse left of road. 
34.4 BLANCHARD P. O. (Gaso- 
line.) 

35.2 On summit of ridge leave Tuo- 
lumne county; enter Mariposa 
county; roads now much 
better. 



Miles 
38.7 



40.3 



42.8 



45.0 



47.0 



47.3 



49.0 



52.4 



Wooleson Ranch, turn right at 
guide board just before 
reaching the house and fol- 
low Coulterville Turnpike 
(the road Btraight ahead 
leads to Coulterville over 
Penon Blanco Mountain, 
shorter but steep and rough). 

Granite Spring school house; 
now descend sharply, grade 
about 9% maximum, and total 
drop of 500 feet in 1} miles, 
to junction with Coulterville 
and Pleasant Valley stage rd. 
at 41.9 m. 

Brick house on right (winery), 
known throughout the region 
as "Johnny Grapes;" take 
road to left and ascend the 
mountain. (Right-hand road 
leads to Mast Station on Y. 
V. R. R.) Winding road 
from here to Coulterville 
good and smooth, but with 
grades up to 12%; total as- 
cent 1,000 feet. 

Water tank, also spring beside 
road thirty yards beyond. 

Cross the Mother Lode of Cali- 
fornia. Large white quartz 
rock outcropping on both 
sides of the creek. 

COULTERVILLE. Turn right, 
then left, entering town, and 
proceed up. main street. Two 
hotels; general stores, livery, 
Bruschi 's garage, gasoline, 
oil and phone; last chance to 
get supplies. Continue up 
main street; at forks three- 
quarters of a mile above 
town take road to left. 

Take right-hand road and as- 
cend Greeley Hill. (Left- 
hand road leads to Priest's 
Station, top of Priest Hill, on 
Big Oak Flat road, distant 
9 miles.) Greeley Hill is 
four miles long, an easy as- 
cent of 1,200 feet on a uni- 
form 6% grade; road is in 
good condition; water tank 
at road house half mile be- 
fore reaching the summit. 

Top of Greeley Hill, elevation 
3,250 feet. First view of Yo- 
semite; thence across flat 
country and up short ascent, 
keeping direct road and 
avoiding two xroads, one to 
the right and the next to the 
left. 



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Route 55 — Continued 



Milts 






60.6 



63.8 



73.9 



74.2 



At guide board, take road to 
right and descend. (Left- 
hand road leads to Smith 
ranch, Hamilton 's and Crock- 
er '», on Oak Flat road.) 

DUDLEYS. Old stage station. 
Phone. 

Top of Shingle Hill; sharp 
winding descent a little over 
half a mile on a 12% grade. 
This will be the sharpest ad- 
verse grade on the return 
trip. 

Cross north fork of Merced 
River; shallow ford, hard 
gravel bottom; Bower Cave, 
a natural curiosity, 100 yds. 
up stream. Large cave in 
limestone, with deep lake and 
large growing oak trees in 
the bottom. A small admis- 
sion fee is charged. Phone. 
At fence corner quarter of a 
mile beyond here, keep road 
to left and ascend long hill; 
smooth but narrow and wind- 
ing, with grades of 10 to 
12%. The main hill is 2.3 
miles long. 

Ranch and former tollgate; 
continuous ascent on grades 
of 6 to 12%; through groves 
of heavy yellow and sugar 
pine and incense cedar trees. 

HAZEL GREEN. Old summer 
resort and camping ground, 
elevation 5,635 feet, well of 
water just inside the corral 
is called the best and coldest 
in the region. 

Junction with Crane Flat road; 
keep to right. (Left-hand 



Miles 

road reaches Crane Flat road 
on Oak Flat road, distant 4 
miles. From there Tuolumne 
grove of big trees is distant 
one mile; down hill to north- 
ward; Oak Flat road runs 
through this grove.) 

75.6 Summit, the highest point on 
the route, elevation 6,030 ft. 
This is also the boundary of 
the Yosemite National Park. 
Thence descend to Moss Can- 
yon Creek, on an average 
grade of 9%. 

77.0 The Merced Big Tree Grove; 
military outpost here, govern- 
ment telephone. 

82.0 Begin sharp descent to Little 
Crane Creek, one mile of 12 
to 14% grade. 

82.5 Cross Big Crane Creek at Big 
Meadow Station. At this 
point keep straight ahead on 
level and up slight ascent to 
top of ridge. At Big Meadow 
Station road to right just be- 
yond house leads to Foresta 
and El Portal, Y. V. R. R. 
terminus, 6 miles distant. 

86.5 Begin sharp descent to bottom 
of Merced River canyon; 
grades 15 to 20%; total de- 
scent 1,100 feet. 

87.5 Foot of hill; junction of El 
Portal and Yosemite stage 
road 5J miles above El Por- 
tal; thence over Yosemite 
Park roads, keeping the north 
side of the Merced River all 
the way. 

95.0 YOSEMITE. Hotel. 



Route 56 



YOSEMITE TO MEEOED, OAL. 



Miles 
0.0 



7.5 



8.5 
9.5 



12.0 
13.0 



YOSEMITE. Leave Hotel Yo- 
semite; thence down the 
north side of Merced River. 

Foot of hill, junction of El 
Portal and Yosemite Roads, 
5} miles above El Portal; 
thence turn right and com- 
mence ascent. 

Top of 15 to 20% grade. 

Cross Big Crane Creek at Big 
Meadow Station. (At Big 
Meadow Station a road to 
left, just before house is 
reached, leads to Foresta and 
El Portal.) 

Begin sharp ascent 12 to 14% 
grade. 

Top of ascent. 



Miles 
18.0 



19.4 



20.8 



21.1 



31.2 



Merced Big Tree Grove. (TJ. 
S. Military Post and Gov- 
ernment telephone.) 

Leave Yosemite National Park, 
elevation 6,030 feet. This is 
the highest point on the 
route. 

A junction with Crane Flat 
road; keep to left. 

HAZEL GREEN, old summer 
resort and camping ground; 
elevation 5,635 feet. Fine 
well water. Continuous de- 
scent of 6 to 12% through 
groves of heavy yellow and 
sugar pine. 

Ranch and former tollgate; 
descent of 10 to 12% grade. 



55 



Route 56 — Continued 



Miles 

34.4 Bower Cave; telephone; cross 

north fork of Merced River 

(shallow ford, hard bottom), 

and follow up the south side 

* of north fork. 

36.0 Commence ascent of 12% 
' grade. 

36.6 Top of Shingle Hill. 

38.9 DUDLEYS. Old stage station. 
(Telephone.) 

39.6 Take road to left and ascend. 
(Road to right here leads to 
Smith 's, Hamilton 's and 
Crocker's, on the Big Oak 
Flat road.) 

42.6 Top of Greeley Hill, elevation 

3,250 feet; thence descend 
6% grade, keeping to main 
road. 

46.0 Take road to left. (Eight- 
hand road leads to Priests, 
on the Big Oak Flat road.) 

47.0 Enter Coulterville and follow 
main street into town. (Two 
hotels, general stores, livery 
stable, garage, telephone.) 

47.7 Leave Coulterville. 

48.0 Cross the Mother Lode of Cali- 
fornia. (Large white quartz 
rock outcropping on both 
sides of the creek.) 

49.4 Quartz mill below road, on the 
left. 

50.0 A spring and water tank about 
30 yards beyond. 

52.2 Large brick house on left, 
winery, known throughout 
the region as "Johnny 
Grapes;" take road to right. 
(Road to left leads to Mast 
Station, on the Y. V. R. R.) 

54.2 Junction with Coulterville and 
Pleasant Valley road; keep 
road to right, and commence 
ascent of 9% grade. (Road 
to left leads to Pleasant Val- 
ley, and may be taken thru 
to Merced Falls and Snelling 
to junction with this rout- 
ing.) 



Miles 

54.7 Granite Spring school house. 

56.3 Wooleson ranch; take road to 

left. 

59.8 Summit of ridge; leave Mari- 

posa county and enter Tuo- 
lumne county. 
60.6 BLANCHARD P. O. (Gaso- 
line and oil.) 

63.2 White school house to right of 

road. 
66.0 Leave Tuolumne county and 
enter Mariposa county. 

66.5 HAYWARDS RANCH OR 

JUNCTION. Take left-hand 
road. (Road to right leads 
to LaGrange and Modesto.) 
68.0 Leave Mariposa county and 
enter Merced county. 

68.6 Turn to left. 

72.5 Turn right and run west two 

miles. 

74.4 Turn to left. 

77.3 Turn to right after crossing 

Y V R R 
78.0 Enter SNELLING. Turn to 
left; pass old court house to 
main street. (Snelling is the 
old county seat of Merced 
county. Gasoline, oil, hotel 
and telephone. Leave town 
of Snelling along the main 
street to west.) 

78.8 Turn to left down the lane. 

79.6 Cross Merced River. 

80.0 Ruddle House on high hill; 
take road to right around the 
west side of hill. 

87.7 To Merced and Hornitos road; 

take road to right. 
88.2 Six-Mile House; turn to left 
and follow due south along 
the road. 

93.9 Cross Bear Creek and enter 

the city of Mereed; follow 
down "G" street to 17th St., 
thence right six blockB to 
Huffman Ave. 
95.0 MERCED. From Merced to. 
Oakland Ferry, by the State 
Highway, 121 miles, to Fresno 
55 miles. 



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56 



Route 57 



NTLES TO LIVERMORE. 
Via Kllcs Canyon. 
Mile* 
0.0 NTLES. From the R. R. sta- 
tion go in a southerly direc- 
tion on the Main highway. 
0.4 Turn left under R. R. (Straight 

for SAN JOSE.) 
L'.a Take right fork across R. R., 

then left along same. 
6.4 Turn left across R. R., then 
right along same. 

7.4 Turn right across R. R., then 

left along same. 

7.5 Pass road on left. (Road on 

left leads thru SINBAD 
CANTON.) 

7.8 8UNOL. Turn left just past 
center of town. (Straight 
for VALLECTTOS VALLEY 
and SAN JOSE via MIS- 
SION PASS.) 

9.3 Parallel R. R. 
10.3 Turn left across R. R., then 
right along same at VE- 
RONA STA. (Road straight 
ahead after crossing R. R. 
for DUBLIN.) 

11.1 Pass road on right. 

11.2 Turn right across R. R. 

11.7 Pass road on right. 

11.8 Pass cemetery on right. 

12.8 Straight thru PLEASANTON; 

paralleling R. R. 
14.8 Cross spur tracks. 

18.3 J og ri ght and left into 
18.8 LIVERMORE. Post Offce. 



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EVERYWHERE 



LIVERMORE TO NILES. 
Via Niles Canyon. 



Miles 
0.0 LIVERMORE. From P. O. go 

west on the main road thru 

town. 
0.5 Jog right and left. Parallel 

R. R. 
4.0 Cross spur tracks. 
6.0 Straight thru PLEASANTON, 

paralleling R. R. 

7.0 Pass cemetery on left. 

7.1 Pass road on left. 

7.6 Cross R. R. and turn left. 

7.7 Pass road on left. 

8.5 Turn left across R. R. then 
right along same at VE- 
RONA. (Turn right before 
crossing R. R. for DUBLIN.) 

8.5 Curve slightly left away from 

R. R. 
11.0 Turn right and go thru 
SUNOL. (Left for VALLE- 
CITOS VALLEY and SAN 
JOSE via MISSION PASS.) 
Continue following main 
traveled road thru NILES 
CANYON. 

11.3 Pass road on right. (Road on 

right leads thru SINBAD 
CANYON.) 

11.4 Turn right across R. R., then 

left along same. 

12.4 Turn left across R. R., then 
right along same. 

15.9 Turn right across R. R., then 
left along same, passing in- 
verse right fork. 

18.4 Go under R. R., and turn right. 
(Left for SAN JOSE.) 

18.8 NTLES. R. R. station on 
right. 



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Route 58 

SAN FRANCISCO TO SAN JOSE. 
Via Oakland. 



Miles 
0.0 



0.0 

0.5 

1.4 

2.2 

3.7 

3.8 
4.4 



4.7 

7.4 

9.2 

11.1 

11.7 

12.2 
12.7 



SAN FRANCISCO. East on 
Market St., to Ferry Bldg. 
At south end of Ferry Bldg. 
go on Creek Route Ferry. 
(Ferries leave for Oakland 
every half hour during the 
day. The regular ferries do 
not carry cars except in the 
morning and late evening.) 
Foot of Broadway, OAKLAND. 
Go up Broadway to 12th St. 

Turn right on 12th St. Straight 
out 12th St. passing Lake 
Merritt on left. ' 

Take right fork. Still on 12th 
St. 

Turn left onto 13th Ave., go 
one block, then turn right. 

© Straight ahead. (Turn right 
for Alameda.) 

Straight ahead thru Fruitvale. 

© Straight ahead. (Turn left 
for Foothill Boulevard at os- 
trich farm.) 

© MELROSE. Cros s trol ley. 

© Straight thru ELMHTTRST. 

<© Take left fork. 

©. SAN LEANDRO. Take 
right fork. 

Cross R. R. 

Cross R. R. at Station. 

SAN LORENZO. Straight. 



Miles 
15.2 

16.4 
19.0 
19.5 

20.6 
22.7 
24.4 

27.6 



28.2 
29.4 
30.4 
31.4 



35.4 
35.7 

36.7 

38.7 
39.4 

42.1 
42.7 
43.0 



© Straight thru crossroads. 

(Turn left for Haywards.) 
© Straight thru MT. EDEN. 
Cross R. R. 
•© Turn left at ALVARADO 

then jog right across bridge. 
Cross long bridge and R. R. 
© Straight thru crossroads. 
© CENTERVILLE. Cross R. 

R. ©. 
© Straight ahead at Irvington. 

(Inverse left fork for Mission 

San Jose.) 

S Straight ahead. 
Straight on Boulevard. 
© Cross RjR. © Straight. 
© Straight thru Warm 

Springs. (Inverse left fork 

for Oakland via Haywards.) 
© Cross R. R. ©. 
©• Jog right then left •©. 

Straight thru MILPITAS ©. 
Parallel R. R., taking right 

©• fork. (Left fork leads to 

Mt. Hamilton.) 
© Cross R. R. © straight. 
Cross stone bridge, bearing 

left •©. 
Turn right on Santa Clara St. 
Cross R. R. then straight. 
SAN JOSE. (Light Tower.) 



Route 59 

SAN JOSE TO SAN FRANCISCO. 
Via Oakland. 



Miles 
0.0 



SAN JOSE. From light tower 
go east on Santa Clara St. 

Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 

Turn left on 12th St. 

©• Take right fork across 
bridge. 

Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 

© Straight parallel to R. R. 
(Inverse right fork goes to 
Berryesa and Mt. Hamilton.) 
7.3 © Straight thru MILPITAS, 
then jog right and left. 

Cross R. R. Follow R. R. 

© Straight thru WARM 
SPRINGS. Take left fork. 
(Right fork optional road to 
Oakland via Haywards.) 

Cross R. R. and straight ahead. 

Straight ahead on boulevard. 

© Straight. (Turn left for 
Newark.) 



0.3 
0.9 
3.6 

4.3 
6.3 



7.6 
11.6 



12.6 
13.6 
14.8 



Miles 

15.4 © Left fork at Irvington. 

(Right fork for Mission San 

Jose.) 
18.C Pass thru Centerville. Cross 

railroad at station. 

20.3 © Straight through crossroads. 

(Road to right goes to De- 
coto.) 

22.4 Cross R. R., then straight 

crossing long wooden bridge. 

23.5 ©• Turn right at ALVARADO, 

then jog left across bridge. 
24.0 Cross R. R. 

26.6 Straight thru Mt. Eden. 

27.8 © Straight thru crossroads. 

(Turn right for Haywards.) 
30.3 San Lorenzo. Straight ahead. 
30.8 Cross R. R. at San Lorenzo R. 

R. Station. 
31.3 Cross R. R. 



58 



Route 59 — Continued 



Miles 
31.9 



33.8 



35.6 
38.3 



39.2 
39.3 



39.8 



^ Bear left at inverse right 
forks; parallel street car 
tracks. (Inverse right fork 
optional San Jose via Hay 
war<l- 

SAN LEANDRO. Bear right 
with car tracks at inverse 
right fork. 

Straight thru ELMHURST. 

Cross trolley tracks then 
straight ahead, pass Melrose. 

Straight ahead. (Turn right 
for Foothill Boulevard at os- 
trich farm.) 

Straight thru Fruitvale. 

Straight. (Turn left for Ala- 
meda.) 

Here you come on to pave- 
ment. 



Miles 

40.8 Turn left on 13th Ave., one 
block, then right on 12th St. 

41.6 Bear left at inverse right 
forks. 1st Ave.) Pass Lake 
Merritt on right. 

42.5 OAKLAND. Turn left onto 
Broadway. 

43.0 Foot of Broadway. Creek 
route ferry slip. 

43.0 SAN FRANCISCO. 

These ferries leave for San 
Francisco at quarter before 
the hour and every hour 
afterwards, up to 8:15 P. M, 
The regular ferries do not 
carry cars except in the early 
mornings and late evening. 

It takes 35 minutes to cross 
the bav to San Francisco. 



Route 60 

SAN JOSE TO SAN FRANCISCO. 
Via San Mateo. 



Miles 
0.0 

0.6 

1.2 
3.4 



4.2 



7.2 



8.2 



9.4 



10.2 
12.4 



12.8 



13.5 
14.3 



14.4 
16.1 
17.6 
18.1 



SAN JOSE. From light tower 
go west on Santa Clara Ave. 

Cross R. R. 

©• Turn right on Grant St. 

•© Turn left on Franklin St. 
and follow to end, passing 
thru SANTA CLARA (Cen- 
ter of town, turn right on 
Lafayette St. for OAK- 
LAND.) 

©•Turn right on Lincoln Ave. 
(Left for SARATOGA.) 

© Straight. (Turn right for 
OAKLAND, left for SARA- 
TOGA) 

©• Turn right. (Left for SAR- 
ATOGA) 

© Straight. (Turn left for 
SANTA CRUZ, right for 
OAKLAND.) 

© Straight. 

© Straight through old town 
of MOUNTAIN VIEW. 
(Right for OAKLAND.) 

© Straight. (New town of Mt. 
View to right one-half mile.) 

© Straight. 

Turn right at Junction House. 
(Turn left for Los Altos and 
Pescadero.) 

© Curve left with road. 

© Straight. 

© Cross trolley ©. 

© Straight through town of 
MAYFEELD ©. . 



Miles 

19.6 © Straight on. (Turn left for 
Leland Stanford University.) 
Palo Alto on the right. 

20.1 © Straight through town of 

MENLO PARK. 

22.9 ©Take left fork. (If it is 
desired to go through RED- 
WOOD CITV just at right, 
take right fork.) 

24.0 © Straight on. (Turn right 
for REDWOOD CITY.) 

24.5 © Turn right across R. R. and 
then left along same ©. 
(After crossing R. R. road to 
right leads to REDWOOD 
CITY.) 

27.0 © Straight past SAN CARLOS 
Station. 

28.4 © Straight through town of 

BELMONT. 
29.8 © Turn left across R. R., then 
right along same ©, then 
pass BERESFORD. 

32.2 Straight on. (Turn right .2 of 

a mile for San Mateo.) 

32.3 © Straight. (Turn left for 

HALF MOON BAY and 
SANTA CRUZ.) 
33.8 Pass between stone posts on 
pavement. City limits of 
BURLINGAME." 

35.4 © Straight past road on right. 

36.5 © MILL BRAE. Straight. 

38.5 -©Take left fork. (Right 

fork for SAN FRANCISCO 
via SAN BRUNO.) 



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59 



Route 60 — Continued 



Miles 

39.3 Pass Tanforan Race Track on 

right. 
Off pavement onto macadam. 
Curve left along trolley track, 

passing road on right. (Road 

on right goes to SOUTH SAN 

FRANCISCO.) 
Pass under railroad bridge. 
COLMA. ©. Curve right with 

trolley. 
© Straight on Mission St. 

(For SAN FRANCISCO via 

GATE PARE turn right on 

School St.) 



41.0 
41.3 



43.9 
44.5 



44.7 



Miles 

45.7 Take right fork down hill. 

© Straight on pavement on 

Mission St. Up and down 

hills. 
Turn left on Valencia St. 
Cross R. R. at Valencia St. 

Station. 
Turn right on Market St. 
SAN FRANCISCO. (Van Ness 

and Market St.) 



46.9 



48.4 
49.8 



51.3 
51.7 



© — Location of Goodrich Guide Post. 



Route 61 

SAN FRANCISCO TO SAN JOSE. 

Via San Mateo. 



Miles 


Miles 


0.0 


SAN FRANCISCO. From Van 
Ness and Market Sts. go in 
a southwesterly direction on 
Market St. 


27.2 


0.4 


Turn left on Valencia. 


27.7 


1.9 


Cross R. R. at Station. 




2.3 


Turn right on Mission St. Up 


28.8 




and down hills. 


31.6 


4.8 


© Straight. 




fi.l 


•© Pass road on right. 


32.1 


7.1 


© Straight. (For SAN 






FRANCISCO via GOLDEN 


32.2 




GATE PARK turn right on 






School St. 


33.6 


7.4 


COLMA. © Curve left with 






trolley. 


34.1 


7.9 


Pass under R. R. bridge. 


35.6 


9.1 


Bear left under R. R., then 


36.3 




right with street car tracks. 


37.4 


10.3 


Curve right along trolley 
tracks, passing road on left. 






(Road on left goes to SOUTH 


38.2 




SAN FRANCISCO.) 


38.9 


10.5 


© Cross R. R. and trolley 
tracks together ©. 




12.1 


Pass Tanforan Race Track on 
left. 


39.3 


13.1 


© Pass inverse left fork. (In- 






verse left fork for SAN 


41.5 




FRANCISCO via SAN 


42.3 




BRUNO.) 




15.3 


MILL BRAE. © Straight. 




16.5 


Straight past road on left. 
(City limits of BURLIN- 


43.5 




GAME.) 


44.5 


18.5 


Pass thru stone posts. 




19.1 


© Straight. (Turn right for 






HALF MOON BAY and 


46.5 




SANTA CRUZ.) 




19.2 


Straight on. (Turn left for 
SAN MATEO 0.2 of a mile.) 


46.8 


21.9 


© Turn left across R. R. and 






right along same ©. Pass 


48.3 




BERESFORD. 


50.5 


23.3 


© Straight thru BELMONT. 




24.7 


© Straight past SAN CAR- 


51.1 




LOS STATION. 


51.7 



© Turn right across R. R. and 
then left along same © . , 
(Straight for REDWOOD 
CITY.) 

© Straight on. (Turn left for 
REDWOOD CITY.) 

© Pass inverse left fork. 

© Straight thru MENLO 
PARE. 

© Straight on. (Turn left for 
PALO ALTO just at left.) 

© Straight on. (Turn left for 
Leland Stanford University.) 

© Straight thru town of 
MAYFIELD. 

© Cross trolley ©. 

© Straight. 

© Curve right with road. 

•© Turn left at Junction 
House. (Straight for Los 
Altos and Pescadero.) 

© Straight on. 

© Straight on. (New town of 
Mountain View on the left 
one-half mile.) 

© Straight on thru old town of 
Mountain View. Turn left 
for OAKLAND. 

Straight. 

© Straight. (Turn right for 
SANTA CRUZ, left for OAK- 
LAND.) 

•© Turn left. (Straight for 
SARATOGA.) 

© Straight. (Turn right for 
SARATOGA left for OAK- 
LAND.) 

•© Turn left on Franklin St. 
(Straight for SARATOGA.) 

SANTA CLARA. Straight 
thru city. Turn left on La- 
fayette St. for OAKLAND. 

© Turn right. 

<© Turn left on Santa Clara 
Ave. 

Cross R. R. 

SAN JOSE. Light Tower. 



60 



Route 62 



CLOVEBDALE TO UKIAH. 



Mile* 

0.0 CLOVEEDALE. From Good- 
rich sign go straight north. 
Up and down grade. 
1.2 McOEAYS. Keep straight on 
main road, thru 



Miles 

16.5 HOPLAND. Parallel R. R. 

20.6 LARGO. Sta. on right. Cross 

R. R. and keep right on main 
road, across bridge into 
30.8 UKIAH. 



Route 63 



UKIAH TO EUEEKA. 



Miles 

0.0 UKIAH. North on State St., 
keeping right on main road 
paralleling R. R., crossing 
same twice into 
5.8 CAPELLA. Bear slightly 
left and follow main road 
up and down grade. 
18.2 Cross R. R. Again, 19.1. 
21.5 Left fork. Cross R. R. into 

23.2 WTLLITS. Straight tcross 

R. R., keeping right on main 
road up and down grade. 

43.3 Cross creek. Thru gate and 

turn right. 
44.3 Take left fork. 

45.5 Turn right, straight into 
48.3 LAYTONVTT.T.B. Straight 

north following mountain- 
ous roads. 

58.3 Cross bridge. Left fork. 

60.7 TWIN ROCKS. Straight. 

61.2 CUMMINGS. Straight. 

73.0 BELL SPRINGS. Straight. 

84.6 EAST VIEW. Straight. 
85.9 HARRIS. Straight. 

88.1 Bight fork. 
94.6 Take left fork. 

97.0 FBUITLAND. Straight down 

grade. 
100.2 Turn left at bottom of hill. 

Follow R. R. 
104.4 Left fork. Cross bridge. 
107.0 Turn right at xroads. Cross 

river. 



Miles 

107.3 DVEEVILLE. Keep left at 

forks. 
114.7 PEPPERWOOD. Straight. 

Follow main road into 

116.0 BIO DELL. Straight north. 

on Main St. 
116.5 Bear right. Cross ferry. Fol- 
low road along river. 

117.5 STONE. Left fork. 

118.3 Turn right and left into 

118.6 METROPOLITAN. Cross K. 

R. and right. 

119.1 Turn left at xroads. 

119.4 Turn right. Cross R. Rs. and 

bridge. 

121.4 Curve left. Parallel R. R. 
121.6 ALTON. 

125.0 FOBTUNA Bear left on 

Main St. 
128.0 FEBNBBIDGE. Straight. 

128.5 Turn right up grade. 

131.5 TABLE BLUFF. Keep right 
on main road into 

132.9 BEATRICE. Cross R. R. and 
left. 

136.9 FIELDS. 

138.4 Turn left at xroads. 

139.5 Turn left. Meet and follow 

trolley. 
142.5 Turn right on Cedar St. and 

next left. 
14?. 1 Bear right on 5th St. 

143.2 EUREKA. 



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THERE MUST BE A REASON 



61 



INSERTING INNER TUBE 

Before putting into Casing, sprinkle soapstone or talc inside Casing 
and work evenly around. Don 't use too much as it might gather into lumps. 
Partially inflate Tube, rub surface with soapstone, and put into Casing. See 
that it is not pinched or folded. Remember, the Goodrich Brown Tube is 
especially constructed for long touring. 

BE SURE YOUR TUBE IS PROPER SIZE FOR CASING 

If too small, it will burst; if too large, it will wrinkle and chafe the Casing. 
ALLOW NO DIRT ON INNER TUBE 

The smallest particle will injure the Tube. Examine both Tube surface 
and inside of Casing before applying. This is especially desirable in case of 
changes on the road. 

BUY GOOD TUBES 

A poor Tube in a good Casing, or vice versa, are Satan's own combinations. 
Either of the Goodrich Tubes, the regular Gray or the new Brown Tube, can 
be depended upon to give the very best possible service. 

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Touring Bureau 



TOURING 

service: 



The Goodrich Touring Bureau was established for the express purpose 
of giving free aid and information to motorists on contemplated tours. It 
is the most successful organization of the kind ever inaugurated — no other, 
whether public or private service, can approach it in efficiency and scope. 
We help the motorist plan his trip from start to finish; supply him with 
accurate information as to distances, crossings, bridges, repair shops, etc., 
and in fact, make it as easy for him as if he had already covered the route. 

And when he is on his trip, he receives still further aid from Goodrich, 
for we now have three truck crews of trained men working in different 
sections of the country — under the direction of Our Touring Bureau — erect- 
ing simple, attention-attracting, effctive, and durable road markers, made 
of porcelain enamel in three colors, with arms pointing to destinations in 
as many directions as are required. Each arm shows the town name and 
mileage thereto. Considering the breadth of these United States, you can 
realize that our task is stupendous, but we have already marked 60,000 
miles of highway and expect to do many more. 

Tourists have not been slow to take advantage of our offer. During the 
summer months we have handled as high as 400 requests for itineraries per 
day. While road logs of different tours along highways connecting large 
centers of population in both the United States and Canada are available 
at any time, we have published a great many of the more popular routes 
in neatly bound booklets giving accurate road maps, etc. Procure list of 
Route Books from nearest Goodrich Service Station. 

62 



For a Cut or Gouged Casing 




A small can of Goodrich "PLASTIC" 
should be included in every motor tool 
box. 

It effectually fills all injuries to the 
outer casing where the rubber is not 
actually lorn away so as to expose the 
fabric. 



Measure your Tire Pressure by 
the only Safe Method 

Throw away your unreliable air pressure gauge. 
Forget "inflation schedules." 
Use a Goodrich Tire Caliper. 

A simple, convenient and absolutely accurate guide to 
correct inflation under any condition of service. 
Send for. catalogue. 



"P. P. P." 

For a Small 
Puncture 




By a Nail or 
Similar Object 

AGoodrich"P.P.P." 
{Permanent Puncture 
Plug) will effectively 
and permanently seal 
the puncture. 

No cement required. 
Just tlip it in like a 
collar button — that's 
all. 

50c per dozen. 



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Puncture 
or Small Cut 




The best remedy is a 

Goodrich "S. V. P. " 

{Self- Vulcanizing 

Patch.) 

Clean tube; moisten 

with gasoline and 

stick on. 

The heat of the mov- 
ing tire is sufficient 
to firmly vulcanize 
the repair. 

$1 per dozen. 



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It has to be a "Silvertown" to be a Cord Tire. 
Built with reinforced Cords— not strings. 




THE SILVERTOWN TIRE 



1. It gives more engine efficiency — we 
have records of 15% more horsepower de- 
veloped. This means greater hill-climbing 
ability. 

2. The increased efficiency permits 
greater load-carrying capacity. 

3. You save as high as 25% in gaso- 
line. 

4. Gasoline saving guarantees more 
mileage. 

5. Additional speed — when you want it. 

6. Quicker starting — advantageous in 
crowded thoroughfares. 

7. Easier to guide — reducing work at 
the steering wheel. 

8. Because of equal tension gained 
from all-cord construction you can coast 
farther. 

9. Eeserve strength over tires of other 
type 50% by actual test. 

10. Practical immunity to stone-bruises. 
This because cord construction makes tire 
more flexible. It bends but does not 
break. 



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all patents to this construction, 

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GOODRICH 
ROAD SIGN 




ROUTE ROOK 

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA 

SAN FRANCISCO TO LAKE TAHOE 
AND RENO 



CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRART 



Copyright by 

The B. F. Goodrich Company 

Akron, Ohio 







FOREWORD 

This map book is presented to the 
Tourist with the compliments of 
The B. F. Goodrich Company, 
Akron, Ohio. 

It charts the most carefully chosen 
roads for touring through one section 
of the United States. It indicates 
the Intersecting Roads, the Steep 
Up-Grades, the approach to the 
dangers of Steam Railroads and 
Electric Railroads, and the location 
of every Goodrich Road Sign. 
There are also maps for the cities 
and the small towns, where the route 
through the municipal limits is apt 
to be confusing. 

An effort has been made to show 
the Tourist his legal rights and ob- 
ligations. 

It is hoped, too, that the suggestions 
for the care of tires will be found 
exceedingly helpful. 



EXPLANATION 

This GOODRICH ROUTE BOOK of NORTHERN 
CALIFORNIA contains maps of all the principal towns and 
highways between San Francisco, Sacramento and Lake Tahoe 
Resorts, with a circuit of Carson City and Reno, Nevada. It 
shows the only two routes through this section, with a special 
map of Lake Tahoe. 

The sign, thus <§>, indicates the position of the GOODRICH 
ROAD MARKERS, which are to be found at all the right places. 
By watching for them and consulting the maps, one may travel 
anywhere in this section easily. 

The heavy lines are the main roads, the lighter lines are arbi- 
trary routes, and the lightest lines indicate all other roads, trails 
and boundaries. 

Important rivers, landmarks, mountain ranges, and grades are 
noted upon the map wherever they occur. The GOODRICH 
ROAD MARKERS can be relied upon for directions and 
mileage. There is a brief description of each section along with 
information regarding Road Conditions, Hotels, Garages, Points 
of Interest, Mileages, etc. 

CALIFORNIA MAPS INDEX 

Index Map 3 

Tire Pointers 4-5 

San Francisco and Haywards : Map, page 6 

Route , Description, page 7 

Haywards and Livermore : Map, page 8 

Route Description, page 9 

Livermore and Stockton : Map, page 10 

Route Description, page : 11 

Stockton and Sacramento: Map, page 12 

Route Description, page 13 

Sacramento and.Placervillf. : Map, -page 14 

Route Description, page 15 

Placervii.le and Tallac: Map, page 1G 

Route Description, page 17 

Putting up a Goodrich Road Marker 18-19 

Tallac and Carson City : Map, page 20 

Route Description, page 21 

Carson City and Reno : Map, page 22 

Route Description, page 23 

Reno. Truckee and Lake Tahoe: Map, page 24 

Route Description, page 25 

Lake Tahoe Points : Map, page 26 

Route Description, page 27 

Truckee and Emicrant Gap: Map, page 28 

Route Description, page. 29 

Emigrant Gap. Dutch Flat and Auburn: Map, page 30 

Route Description, page 31 

Sacramento and Auburn : Map, page 32 

Route Description, page : 33 

Table of Interchangeable Tires 34 

Weight and Inflation Schedule 34 

Motor Vehicle Law 35 

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TIRE POINTERS 

( Most or these hints are, obviously, applicable to the care 
ox automobile tires, or motorcycle tires.) 

More tires give out from insufficient inflation than any- 
thing else. Remember that it is the air in the tube that 
carries the load and cushions the road. 

Avoid sudden application of the brake. 

If one side of a tire (clincher type) shows more wear 
than another, turn it around. 

Running a tire flat, even a short distance, is sure to be 
costly. Better run on the rim, very slowly and carefully, 
if imperatively necessary, and the distance is very short, 
than on a flat tire. 

Keep grease and oil away from your tires and tubes, 
always. They destroy rubber. 

Keep rims in good order, straight and true. Rust is 
destructive. Paint preserves. 

Speedy deflation demands instant attention. 

Don't let weight rest on deflated tires even over night. 

If your wheels are out of true, their want of parallel- 
ism will have a bad effect on the tire covers. The car 
travels at a twist and the wheels will be scraped instead 
of rolled over the ground, which means added friction, 
and quicker wear-out to the tire. Side skidding and 
rounding corners rapidly will cause rim-cutting. 

Make sure that tires are properly inflated before begin- 
ning trips. Avoid running in street car tracks. It is very 
detrimental to the tires. 

Do not drive in ruts or bump the side of the tire 
against the curbing or pavement. 

See that the size of the tire is in keeping with the 
weight of the machine and the load it is likely to carry. 

Don't start your machine with a jump. 

If one of your tires sustains a cut to the extent of ex- 
posing the fabric, an emergency band or patch should be 
applied at once. 

We would recommend keeping an odometer record of 
the mileage of each tire. You will find that you are get- 
ting better mileage than you would otherwise imagine. 

HOW TO REPAIR A SIMPLE PUNCTURE 

After treating the hole in the tube, take a coarse emery 
cloth or sand paper and rub the surface of the rubber for 
several inches around the puncture. Then clean this sur- 
face with benzine or gasoline. Roughen the surface of 
the rubber patch, taking care to select one which will 
cover the hole by a wide margin, and also clean off with 
benzine or gasoline. Cover well with Goodrich rubber 
cement the space around the puncture and the rough side 
of the rubber patch, this to be done two or three times at 
intervals of five to fifteen minutes, the coating being ap- 
plied when the preceding one is perfectly dry. Press the 
patch against the tube firmly and thoroughly to remove 
all air bubbles beneath it and to insure proper adherence 



of the surface. Remove all uncovered solution with 
benzine, and spread souk- soapstone, talc powder or 
French chalk, all of which arc synonymous, over the solu- 
tionized surface, so as to prevent the tube sticking to the 
cover. 

Always make sure that the surfaces are well roughened 
and cleaned before application of the cement, and the 
solution is given ample time to dry. If the cement is not 
dry and tacky, the patch will not adhere as it should, and 
might loosen while the tire was being put into the cas- 
ing; the same results would obtain if the surface was not 
properly cleaned or roughened before application of ce- 
ment. Before the tube is put into the casing, plenty of 
talc powder should be sprinkled into the latter. 

HOW TO REPAIR A SMALL HOLE OR CUT 
IN THE CASING 

Never allow a cut in the casing to go without imme- 
diate repair — moisture and dirt will surely enter in quick 
order and weaken the exposed fabric. 

Look your tires over every once in a while, the oftener 
the better, and when you find a cut or gouge that extends 
to the fabric, bear in mind that your tire is hurt to the 
quick, that is, the fabric is exposed to the disintegrating 
effects of moisture and dirt, which in short order will 
weaken the stoutest fabric not only at the point of incision 
but perhaps a foot or more away as the dampness follows 
along the thread of the fabric like oil in a wick. This ac- 
counts for blowouts at points on the tire where the sur- 
face is intact. The remedy that serves all immediate needs 
is not necessarily a repair garage or a vulcanizing outfit. 
Just wash out and thoroughly dry the cut, then apply 
"PLASTIC." It is a self-drying, self-curing cement, 
easy to use, not mussy. Very effective, as it securely 
seats itself, and seals the hole or cut against the entry of 
moisture or grit. 

MAKE SURE THAT YOUR TIRES ARE 

LARGE ENOUGH TO CARRY 

THE LOAD 

Do not employ tires of a size barely adequate to carry 
the weight of the car and its occupants. 

You ought to have a margin of tire strength to go and 
come on. 

The occasional increased load or burst of speed over- 
strains ; the construction of the tire is weakened, and the 
final blowout is the result. In' order to meet and over- 
come such conditions, where existing, the makers of 
Goodrich Tires afford car owners the opportunity to use 
tires of larger diameter, as well as circumference meas- 
urement, without change of rim. While the initial ex- 
pense of such tires is slightly greater, the ultimate advan- 
tage of additional mileage far more than compensates. 
The list of interchangeable Goodrich Tires is shown on 
page 34. 

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MAP 






SAN 
FRANCISCO 

GOODRICH TIRES 
B.F.GOODRICH CO 
341 MARKET ST. 
fi SO GOLDEN GATE 







MAIN POADS BETWEEN 
SAN FRANCISCO — HAYWARDS 



SAN FRANCISCO AND HAYWARDS. 

The route leaves San Francisco via the Market Street 
ferry, passes through Oakland and down into the valley 
of the lower bay, GOODRICH ROA'D MARKERS 
everywhere point the way. 

At Fruitvale and 23rd Avenue, there is a turn to the 
Foothill Boulevard for those who wish a pleasant side 
tour and a little longer route. 

The road runs through little suburban towns and forms 
the right half of the Bay Loop which is much used by 
motorists. 

Oakland and San Francisco are more fully described 
in other GOODRICH ROUTE BOOKS of Central Cali- 
fornia. 

Hotels and Garages : San Francisco, Oakland, 
Alameda, Fruitvale, Fitchburg, Elmhurst, San Leandro, 
San Lorenzo and Haywards. 

- Road Conditions : These are nearly all level maca- 
dam roads, in good condition at all times. 

Road Mileage : San Francisco to Elmhurst, 13 miles. 
San Francisco to San Lorenzo, 18 miles. San Francisco 
to Haywards, 20 miles. San Francisco to Lake Tahoe, 
238 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At San Francisco, The B. F. Good- 
rich Company of California, 341-347 Market Street and 
556-560 Golden Gate Avenue; Oakland, The B. F. Good- 
rich Company of California, 1913-15 Broadway; and 
Niles. 




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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
HATWAPDS AND LIVERMOPE 



IIAYWARDS AND LIVERMORE. 

The district shown on Map 2 lies beyond the range of 
hills on the lower San Francisco Bay. At all necessary' 
places, GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS will be found. 

This is a very pleasant farming country throughout, 
but there is no unusual scenery. At Sunol is a water 
temple built to resemble a Grecian rotunda — a striking 
piece of architecture. 

The pass from Niles to Livermore is the most generally 
used route, although there is another very popular one, 
directly out of Haywards, connecting at Dublin. 

Hotels and Garages : Haywards, Niles, Sunol, Pleas- 
anton and Livermore. 

Road Conditions : Haywards to Niles, macadam, and 
usually in good condition. Niles to Livermore, rolling 
grades with some dust and ruts which may be repaired 
at any time. 

Road Mileage : Haywards to Niles. 10 miles. Niles 
to Livermore, 21 miles. Haywards to Livermore, via 
Sunol, 31 miles ; via Dublin, 21,0 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Niles and Livermore. 




MAIN ROADS 

BETWEEN 
LIVERMOPE "n 

* STOCKTON 



10 



LIVERMORE AND STOCKTON. 

GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS are placed all along 
the main roads in this section. 

Stockton is the principal city. From here, there are 
routes to points in the upper San Joaquin Valley, the 
Sierras and the Yosemite Valley. Other GOODRICH 
ROUTE BOOKS describe these. 

A side trip to Byron and the Hot Springs is often made 
by San Francisco motorists. 

Hotels and Garages : Byron, Tracy and Stockton. 

Road Conditions: Good level macadam boulevards 
much of the way, with a few local rough places. One 
should always be able to make good time here. 

Road Mileage : Livermore to Tracy, 21 miles. Liver- 
more to Stockton, 42 miles. Livermore to San Francisco, 
40 miles. Tracy to Stock"ton, 21 miles. Stockton to San 
Francisco, 82 miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At Livermore, Tracy, Byron and 
Stockton. 




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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
STOCKTON & SACRAMENTO 



12 



STOCKTON AND SACRAMENTO. 

Map i covers a part of the San Joaquin Valley, care- 
fully posted with GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS. 

Lodi, Lockford and Gait are small farming centers. 
Sacramento is the capital of the state. The most prom- 
inent places of interest are the Capitol and grounds, Art 
Gallery. Sutter's Fort and the Ostrich Farm. 

From Sacramento, the Pacific Coast Highway, lined 
with GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS, leads northward 
into Oregon and Washington. See other GOODRICH 
ROUTE BOOKS of the Pacific Coast. 

Hotels and Garages : Stockton, Lodi, Gait and Sacra- 
mento. 

Road Conditions : Good. Practically the entire dis- 
tance is macadam, in fine condition, with long straight 
stretches. There are a few worn places, but the road may 
be classed among the best in the state. 

Road Mileage : Stockton to Lodi, 13 miles. Lodi to 
Gait, 10 miles. Gait to Sacramento, 25 miles. Sacra- 
mento to Stockton, 48 miles. Sacramento to San Fran- 
cisco, 131 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Sacramento, The B. F. Goodrich 
Company of California, 1104 J Street; Stockton, Lodi 
and Gait. 



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^SACRAMENTO 



MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SACRAMENTOfrPLACERVILLE 



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SACRAMKNTO AND PLACERVILLE. 

Here the GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS begin the 
tour from Sacramento around Lake Tahoe. 

Folsom is a small town where the penitentiary is lo- 
cated. There is a connecting road to Auburn that is some- 
times used. (See Map 13.) 

Placerville. an irregularly built mining town in El 
Dorado County, has several abandoned gold mines. This 
vicinity is the scene of many of Bret Harte's tales. Some 
mining is still carried on, especially dredging and sluicing. 

Hotels and Garages : Sacramento, Folsom and 
Placerville. 

Road Conditions : Sacramento to Folsom is a fine 
level macadam boulevard. The road from Folsom is 
narrow, crooked and has grades up to 10 per cent. The 
surface is a dusty, rock strewn red soil. Ditches have 
been dug in the road to divert the water, and are likely 
to break a spring if speed is attempted. One should not 
go beyond Placerville in the winter on account of snow 
and wet weather. 

Road Mileage : Sacramento to Folsom, 22 miles. 
Folsom to Placerville, 25 miles. Placerville to San Fran- 
cisco, 205 miles. Placerville to Sacramento, 47 miles. 
Placerville to Lake Tahoe, 59 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Sacramento, The B. F. Goodrich 
Company of California, 1104 J Street. Stock up before 
entering this rough country. 



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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
PLACERVI LLE ^TALLAC 



16 



PLACERVILLE AND TALLAC. 

This is the other half of the mail between Sacramento 
and Tallac, usually known as the State Road. It was re- 
built and is kept Up by the state for the benefit of tourists. 

The entire way is through a wild, picturesque section 
of the Sierras. Rainbow Cascades, Lover's Leap, Sugar 
Loaf, Granny's Chimney, and Pyramid Peak are among 
the interesting places. 

Many auto parties camp along the American River 
during the summer. The trout fishing is excellent. 

Xear Myers Station is an old road to Markleville and 
the Mono Lake country, with poor connections to Los 
Angeles. 

Just beyond Myers, there are two roads. The one 
which has a gate across it should be taken, leading to the 
lake resorts. Several other gates must be passed through. 

Hotels and Garages: (During the touring season) 
Placerville, and all the larger Lake Tahoe resorts. 

Road Conditions: Dusty red soil near Placerville, 
changing to a rocky and gravelly road bed that in places 
is solid rock. It is nearly all up grade, with a few sudden 
drops. Do not attempt this road in winter. 

Ro.\n Mileage : Placerville to Tallac, 59 miles. Tallac 
to San Francisco, 2(!0 miles. Tallac to Sacramento, 107 
miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Sacramento, The B. F. Goodrich 
Company of California, 1104 J Street. 



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PUTTING UP A GOOIU 

While one man is digging a hole to a depth of three and one-half feet, ant 
timber cross piece is nailed to the post bottom, as an anchor (Figure 2), all 

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rocks and stds 
into the hole «ri| 

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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
TALLAC AND CARSON CITY 



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TALLAC AND CARSON CITY. 

Running along the shore of Lake Tahoe, this route 
gives the tourist an excellent view of that remarkable 
body of water. A better idea of the lake and its principal 
features will be obtained from Map 10, and the accom- 
panying route description. 

Beyond Glenbrook. the road climbs to the summit of the 
lake watershed. From there down King's Canyon is one 
of the most thrilling grades to be found in the west. The 
roadbed is good and careful driving will make the trip 
perfectly safe, yet the level plain is thousands of feet be- 
low the top of the grade. 

The United States Mint and Capitol buildings of Ne- 
vada are at Carson City. 

Hotels and Garages : Carson City and points on Lake 
Tahoe. 

Road Conditions : Tallac to Glenbrook, light sand 
and several rolling grades. From Glenbrook, there is a 
heavy pull to the top of the divide, with sharp turns and 
rocky places requiring caution. Down King's Canyon 
to Carson City there is light sand, an advantage going 
down but a stiff pull coming up. Use great care here, as 
there are sharp turns around cliffs. Do not attempt it in 
winter. 

Road Mileage : Tallac to Glenbrook, 17 miles. Glen- 
brook to Carson City, 17 miles. Carson City to Tallac, 
34 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Sacramento, The B. F. Goodrich 
Company of California, 1104 J Street; and Reno. 



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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
CAPSON CITY-"* RENO. 



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CARSON CITY AND RENO. 

The tourist will find GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS 
thickly placed all along the valley that lies between Car- 
son City and Reno. 

It is typical Nevada scenery, quite different from that 
of California. There are hills and sandy valleys with 
washes and dry barren places. When irrigated, however, 
this dry soil is highly productive. 

Carson City is the capital of Nevada. Near here is the 
famous silver camp, Virginia City, and the Comstock 
Lode. 

Lake Washoe has no resorts. The road to the right, or 
east side is a little the better. At Steamboat Springs, 
there are small steaming pits. 

Hotels and Garages: Carson City and Reno. 

Road Conditions : Sandy, but not impassable. The 
deepest sand is around Lake Washoe. There are several 
short grades, but none of any consequence. For a short 
distance out of Carson City or Reno, conditions are much 
better. Going to Virginia City, there are more up grades, 
with sand and rough places. When the water is high at 
the south end of Lake Washoe, it may be necessary to 
make a detour to avoid mud. 

Road Mileage : Carson City to Virginia City, 18 miles. 
Carson City to Washoe, 15 miles. Carson City to Reno, 
32 miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At Reno. 



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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
PENO-TRUCKEE-LAKE TAHOE 



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RENO, TRUCKEE AND LAKE TAHOE. 

On Map !' is the principal connection between Reno and 
Truckee, — a part of the through road from San Francisco 
to the Eastern States. GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS 
show the right road. 

At the northern end of the lake is Tahoe City and 
Tahoe Tavern with a drive along the lake to McKinney's. 

Reno is a thriving and well built city. Truckee is a 
lumber center. 

Hotels and Garages : Reno, Truckee and Tahoe 
Tavern. Hotel accommodations can also be had at a 
number of lake resorts. 

Road Conditions : Fair. Reno to Verdi, usually level, 
with a few rolling hills, poor bridges and rough spots. 
Several pieces of light sand will be encountered. 

Out of Verdi, there is a long heavy grade, followed 
by several hollows and ravines. The road is totally un- 
cared for, but is remarkably smooth for such a condition. 
Truckee to Tahoe City, winding. Level places and short 
pitches at intervals, with a grade of 22 per cent on the 
steepest. There are several bad railroad crossings. Watch 
for GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS. 

Road Mileage: Reno to Verdi, 11 miles. Verdi to 
Truckee, 23 miles. Truckee to Tahoe City, 15 miles. 
Reno to Tahoe City, 49 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Reno. 



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LAKE TAHOE POINTS 



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LAKE TAHOE POINTS. 

Lake Tahoe is a beautiful body of water lying at an 
elevation of 6225 feet, high in the Sierra Mountains. 

Map 10 will give one an idea of the vicinity. All the 
main resorts and geographical features are shown. 

There is no road around the entire lake. Those who 
wish to go directly between points on the north and south 
shores must cross with the machine on a barge. The 
popular route, however, is the detour via Carson City 
and Reno. 

There are more resorts along the southern shore. In 
the mountains back of here are many small lakes, reached 
on horseback. All of them are well worth a visit. 

There are hotels at all the places which appear on the 
map, varying from the luxurious Tahoe Tavern to the 
smallest tents. 

The lake offers unusual attractions for trout fishing. 

Road Conditions: See Maps, 6, 7 and 9. GOOD- 
RICH ROAD MARKERS on all main roads. 
Goodrich Tires : At Reno. 



27 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
TPUCKEE— > EMIGRANT GAP 



28 



TRUCKEE AND EMIGRANT GAP. 

The road shown on this map was part of the principal 
highway to California during the Gold Rush of '49. 
GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS, make it a popular 
touring route now. The country is one of forests, high 
mountain peaks and wild scenery. 

At Donner Station is the summit of the divide, an 
elevation of 7,300 feet. From Soda Springs Station, a 
side trip may be made to the Springs themselves. 

Hotels and Garages : Truckee. Lodging may be had 
at Donner, Soda Springs and Emigrant Gap. 

Road Conditions : Narrow roads with few level 
places. There are many curves, and grades in some places 
of 30 per cent. These are short, and nearly all cars make 
them. Part of the way the surface is smooth, but much 
of it is rocky and gravel. There are several bad ap- 
proaches to railroads in the snowsheds, and someone 
should go ahead to see that the track in the shed is clear 
before entering the narrow doorway. This road is im- 
passable in winter. 

Road Mileage : Truckee to Donner, 9 miles. Donner 
to Emigrant Gap, 21 miles. Truckee to San Francisco, 
273 miles. Emigrant Gap to San Francisco, 245 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Auburn and Reno. 



29 




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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
EM IGPANTGAP- DUTCH FLAT-AUBUPN 



30 



EMIGRANT GAP, DUTCH FLAT AND AUBURN. 

This was once a great gold mining country. At points 
along the road, one may still see old shafts and abandoned 
camps. Some of the larger places are now operated on a 
small scale. 

Dutch Flat was once the center of this region. Au- 
burn is another old town, but has received a newer im- 
petus and is growing fast. Some farming is done in the 
foothills. 

From Dutch Flat towards the Lake are several sum- 
mer resorts. 

GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS will be found at all 
confusing points. 

Hotels and Garages : Auburn. Lodging may be 
secured at Emigrant Gap, Dutch Flat, Gold Run, Colfax 
and during the season, at the various resorts. 

Road Conditions : Mostly up and down grades, some 
of them over three miles long. In several places they are 
over 20 per cent. The soil is red alluvial clay and granite 
quartz. There are a few fords, and some very bad rail- 
road crossings on grades, where care must be used. It is 
not well to go beyond Auburn after the season closes, al- 
though cars have gone as far as Dutch Flat late in the 
fall. One will find a few stretches of corduroy road, or 
planking. 

Road Mileage: Emigrant Gap to Dutch Flat, 13 
miles. Dutch Flat to Colfax, 14 miles. Colfax to Au- 
burn, 17 miles. Emigrant Gap to Auburn, 44 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Auburn. 



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MAP 4-. 



CITY MAP OF 
SACPAM ENTO 



»•# TO S7ZX*r7ZXY 



MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SACRAMENTO *"°AUBURN 



32 



SACRAMENTO AND .U'Bl'RN. 

Map 13 shows a level, fertile district, mainly devoted 
to hay and grain farming. Lincoln, Rocklin and Rose- 
ville are all farming centers. 

There is a secondary route between Auburn and Fol- 
som which is often used. 

In one corner is a detail map of the main portion of 
Sacramento, showing the principal business streets. The 
city is well worth a prolonged visit. 

In going to Lake Tahoe. some prefer to take the route 
via Auburn as the grades are considered easier. 

From Sacramento, there is a connecting route to Marys- 
ville, Oregon and Washington, with GOODRICH ROAD 
MARKERS all the way. See other GOODRICH 
ROUTE BOOKS for maps further north. 

Hotels and Garages : Sacramento, Folsom and Au- 
burn. Hotels at Roseville, Rocklin and Lincoln. 

Road Conditions: Generally fair. Some macadam, 
but mostly flat, level, earth roads. Dusty in summer, with 
occasional bumps and ruts. Near Auburn the road is 
rolling, stony and has many ruts. At present, it is gener- 
ally passable the year round, although there is some heavy 
mud in the rainy season. The whole may be improved in 
the near future. 

Road Mileage : Sacramento to Roseville, 15 miles. 
Sacramento to Auburn, 30 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Sacramento, The B. F. Goodrich 
Company of California, 1104 J Street; and Auburn. 



33 



INTERCHANGEABLE TIRES 



Size Tire 


Size Rims they Fit 


Style Hade in 


29 


x 3! 


28 x 3 


Regular Clincher only 


3L 


x 3! 


30 x 3 


Regular Clincher. Q. D. and Straight Bead 


33 


x3J 


32x3 


Regular Clincher only 


35 


x3| 


34 x 3 


Regular Clincher and n. D. 


3L 


x4 


30x3! 


Regular Clincher, Q. D.. Str. Bead and Pal. Went 


33 


x4 


32 x 3| 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. t Str. Bead and Pal. Webb 


35 


x4 


34x3| 


Regular Clincher, Q. D-. Str. Bead and Pal. Webb 


37 


x4 


36x3J 


Regular Clincher. Q. D. and Straight Bead 


33 


x4J 


32 x 4 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 


35 


x4| 


34x4 


Regular Clincher. Q. D. and Straight Bead 


37 


x4J 


36 x4 


Regular Clincher. Q. D. and Straight Bead 


41 


x4J 


40x4 


Regular Clincher only 


43 


x4J 


42x4 


Q. D. only 


35 


x 5 


34x4J 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 


37 


x 5 


36x4! 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 


39 


x5 


38 x4! 


Q. D. only 


41 


x 5 


40x4! 


Q. D. only 


43 


x5 


42 x 4! 


Regular Clincher and Q. D. 


37 


x5! 


36 x 5 


Q. D. and Straight Bead 


37 


x6 


36x5J 


Q. D. only 


39 


x6 


38x5! 


Q. D. only 


41 


x6 


40x5! 


Q. D. only 



USE GOODRICH TIRES 

WEIGHT AND INFLATION SCHEDULE 

The table below gives the required inflation and the gross 
weights our tires are guaranteed to carry. 



SUe 


Inflation 


Rear Weight 


Front Weight 


28x21 


55 lbs. 


225 lbs. 


275 lbs. 


30x2i 


55 " 


225 " 


275 lbs. 


28 x 3 


65 " 


350 " 


425 " 


30x3 


65 " 


375 " 


450 " 


32x3 


65 " 


375 " 


450 " 


34x3 


65 " 


400 " 


475 " 


28 x 3} 


70 " 


425 " 


500 " 


30 x 3i 


70 " 


450 " 


550 " 


32 x 31 


70 " 


500 " 


600 " 


34 x 31 


70 " 


550 " 


650 " 


36x3i 


70 " 


600 " 


700 " 


30x4 


75 " 


625 " 


750 " 


32 x 4 


75 " 


650 " 


800 " 


34 x 4 


75 " 


700 " 


875 " 


36x4 


75 " 


750 " 


900 " 


38 x 4 


7S " 


800 " 


950 " 


40 x 4 


75 " 


850 " 


1000 " 


42x4 


75 " 


900 " 


1050 " 


32x41 


80 " 


750 " 


950 " 


34 x 41 


80 " 


900 " 


1125 " 


36x41 


80 '• 


975 " 


1225 " 


38x41 


80 " 


1050 " 


1300 " 


40x41 


80 " 


1125 " 


1375 " 


42x41 


80 " 


1200 " 


1450 " 


35x5 


85 " 


1000 " 


1250 " 


37 x 5 


85 " 


1100 " 


1350 " 


39x5 


85 " 


1200 " 


1450 " 


41x5 


85 " 


1300 " 


1500 " 


38x51 


90 " 


1200 " 


1450 " 


40 x 51 


90 " 


1350 " 


1600 " 



34 



MOTOR VEHICLE LAW 

Tnn chart aims to give only toe important requirements of 
Automobile Laws. 





Registry 


Non- ! 
Resident SP" 4 


Equipment | Penalty 


OMornu s<v. si. « 


Exempt 


10 m. 

20 m. 


2 « bite L. forward, 
1 red rear 


5100 to $250 


Iowa 

51 5 


Exempt 


2S m. 


2 white L. forward. 
1 red rear 


525 to 550 
and imp. 


KanUS No State law 


Exempt 


10 m. 
20 m. 


I or more L, for- 
ward 


Max. $100 


Minnesota 


Sec. St. 51.50 


Exempt 


25 m. 


2 white L. forward, 

1 ml rear 


Not in auto 
law. See 
crim. stat. 




Sec. St. 55 to 

$12 


Exempt 
20 d. 


25 m. 


2 « bite L. forward. 
1 red rear 


§25 to 5500 




Nebraska 


Sec. St. ft 


Exempt 


10 m. 
15 m. 
20 m. 


1 or more white L. 
forward, 1 red rear 


525 to 550 
and imp. 


Nevada 


Sec Si 


Exempt 


10 m. 
15 m. 
20 n. 


1 or more L. for- 
ward 








or imp. 


Oregon Sec. St. 53 to 

510 


Exempt 
30 d. 


25 m. 


2 white L. forward, 
1 red rear 


S25 to 5100 


South Dakota 


Sec. St. SI 


Exempt 


10 m. 
15 m. 


White L. forward, 
1 red rear 


525 to S50 


Texas 


Co. CI. 50c 


Exempt 


8 m. 
18 m. 


1 licht 


55 to S100 


Utah sec. 5t. $2 


Exempt 


10 m. 

15 m. 
20 m. 


2 white L. forward, 
1 red rear 


Misdemeanor 


Washington 


Sec. St. 52 


Exempt 


12 m. 
24 m. 


1 or more white L. 
forward 


Max. 5100 




Sec. St. 52 


Exempt 


12 m. 
25 m. 


1 white L. forward. 









If non-residents are exempt from local registration, the automobilist 
must be duly registered in, and carry the number tag of, his home state. 

Speed rates are indicated by number only. The lowest rates apply 
to built-up sections of cities and villages; the next, to the parts of towns 
not closely built up; and the most liberal to the open country. 

It is assumed that machines have brakes and signaling devices. Only 
the requirements about lights are given. 

Travel In a state which doesn't exempt non-residents should be pre- 
ceded by the request for a license from the proper state officer who has 
charge of the registration and license of motor vehicles. 

The Motorcyclist can determine to what extent these laws apply 
to motorcycle traffic only by application to the Registry Official. 

35 



The 
B. F. Goodrich Company 

Akron, Ohio 



OUR PRODUCTS ARE HANDLED AT 



OUR PRODUCTS ARE HANDLED AT 

NEW YORK 1780-82 Broadway 

CHICAGO 1925-27 Michigan Ave. 

BOSTON 851-857 Boylston St. 

PHILADELPHIA 615-623 N. Broad St. 

BUFFALO 731 Main St. 

DETROIT Woodward Avenue, Cor. Garfield 

ST. LOUIS 3931-33 Olive St. 

DENVER 1422-24 Court Place 

KANSAS CITY 1011 East 15th St. 

PITTSBURG Cor. Penn and Beatty Sts. 

INDIANAPOLIS N. Capital and' Michigan St. 

MINNEAPOLIS 12 8th St., South 

CLEVELAND 1743 Euclid Ave. 

DALLAS 1900-1902 Commerce St. 

CINCINNATI ....1110 Race St. 

SAX FRANCISCO 341-347 Market St. 

Also 556-560 Golden Gate Ave. 

LOS ANGELES 406 West Pico St. 

SEATTLE 113-115 King St. 

Also 700 East Pike St. 

PORTLAND, OREGON 325-327 Burnside St. 

ATLANTA 25 Houston St. 

MEXICO CITY. MEX 1 A Calle De Lopez No. 9 

TORONTO, CANADA 134 Bay St. 

ABROAD 

LONDON 117-123 Golden Lane, E. C. 

PARIS 38 bis Avenue de la Grande Armee 

WHOLESALE STOCK DEPOTS 

MILWAUKEE 450 Jackson St. 

DES MOINES 710 Mulberry St. 

BALTIMORE 110 Mt. Royal Ave. 

WASHINGTON 1702 14th St., N. W. 

TOLEDO 818 Madison Ave. 

Dayton 123 West Third St. 

MEMPHIS 97 North Second St. 

NEW ORLEANS 609 Baronne St. 

OKLAHOMA CITY 711 North Broadway 

OMAHA 207 South 19th St. 

COLUMBUS 512 East Long St. 

LOUISVILLE ....9415 South Third St. 

IACKSONVILLE. ...N. W. cor. Union and Laura Sts. 

SALT LAKE CITY 140 East 2nd South St. 

BROOKLYN 1242 Fulton St. 

NEWARK _ _.42 New St. 

ALBANY 371 Madison Ave. 

RICHMOND 1643 West Broad St. 

SPRINGFIELD 238 Dwight St. 

ROCHESTER 48 Franklin St. 

SYRACUSE 421-423 S. Clinton St. 

PROVIDENCE 392 Weybosset St., cor. Winslow 

PORTLAND, MAINE 28 Preble St. 

GRAND RAPIDS 48 N. Division St. 

SAGINAW 706 Genessee Ave. 

SAN ANTONIO 437 Main Ave. 

OAKLAND 1913-1915 Broadway 

SPOKANE S. 110 Cedar St. 

SACRAMENTO 1104 J St. 

FRESNO 1914-16 Tuolumne St. 

CHARLOTTE 235 N. Tryon St. 

NASHVILLE 119 8tn Ave.. North 

BIRMINGHAM 429 S. 20th St. 

ST. PAUL 189 West 6th St. 

WORCESTER 67 Park St. 

SCRANTON 608 Linden St. 

NEW HAVEN 32 Crown St. 

ATLANTIC CITY 2920 Atlantic Ave. 



GOODRICH ROAD SIGN 
ROUTE BOOKS 



ALREADY PUBLISHED OR IN 
PREPARATION 

Cleveland to Buffalo. 

Buffalo to Rochester. 

Rochester to Albany. 

Albany to New York and Highland, 
N. Y., to Newark via Delaware 
Water Gap. 

New York — Lakewood — Atlantic 
City — Philadelphia — New Bruns- 
wick — New York. 

Long Island. 

North New England. 

South New England. 

San Diego to Los Angeles. 

Los Angeles to El Paso de Robles. 

El Paso de Robles to San Francisco. 

San Francisco to Fresno and the 
Yosemite Valley. 

Northern California. 

Oregon. 

Washington. 

Books for the Middle West. 




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\SAN r CISCO 128 iRENO 144/ 

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Northern California 

San Francisco - Reno 

Lake Tahoe - Truckee 

Carson City 



CALIFORNIA STATE UBRARY 



Foreword 



This Route Book is presented to the Tourist with the compliments of 
The B. F. Goodrich Company. 

It charts in map form the main highway from San Francisco to Lake 
Tahoe Besorts, Carson City and Beno, Nevada. 

For 1915 the Touring Bureau of The B. F. Goodrich Company will pre- 
pare and publish for early spring touring CALIFORNIA COMPLETE in 
three books — Northern, Central and Southern. A Rou™ Book of Oregon 
and of Washington will also be prepared and published for touring in 11115. 




Goodrich Branches and Service 
Buildings in California 

SAN FRANCISCO 401 Mission Street 

LOS ANGELES 406 W. Pico Street 

OAKLAND 12th and Harrison Streets 

SACRAMENTO 1319 K Street 

FRESNO .. Masonic Temple Building 

SAN DIEGO 1175 B Street 

© (§> 

PORTLAND, ORE Broadway and Burnside Street 

SEATTLE, WASH S 113-15 King Street 

(811 East Pike Street 

SPOKANE, WASH 1201 First Avenue 

SALT LAKE CITY 128 South State Street 

(See complete list on rear cover) 



Copyright, 1914 

THE E. F. GOODRICH COMPANY 

AKRON, OHIO 



CONTENTS 

Pag* 

Map Il)Jc\ _.. 2 

San Francisco to Haywar.l* 3 

Haywarda to Livermore .... 4 

Livermore to Stockton 5 

Stockton to Sacramento 1 

Sacramento to Placerville 9 

Placerville to Tallac 10 

Tallac to Carson City 11 

Carson City to Reno 12 

Beno-Truckee-Tahoe 13 

Lake Taboe Points 14 

Emigrant Gap-Truekee _ _ 15 

Auburn to Emigrant Gap 16 

Sacramento to Auburn _ 17 



San Francisco City Map 1 

Sacramento City Map 8 

Stockton City Map 6 

Goodrich Cord Tire 6 

List of Goodrich Route Books 8 



# SAN FRANCISCO 




GOODBICH BUILDING, 401 Mission Street 

1 




INDEX 




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SAN FPANCISCQ-UKETAHOE^PENO NEV. 



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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SAN FRANCISCO — HAYWAPDS 



GOODRICH TIRES — Best in the Long Run 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
HAYWABDS-MLES *™> L1VERMOPE 



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J SAN/KANC/SCO MAP 2. 



MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
LIVERMORE an* STOCKTON 



GOODRICH TIRES — Best in the Long Run 




STOCKTON CAL 




THE TIRE IDEAL 

FOR TOURING 

Goodrich Silvertown Cord Tire 

The Goodrich Silvertown Cord. Its con- 1 
struction is such a radical departure from 
ordinary tire types, its resilience so much 
greater, its gasoline consumption so much 
less and its riding so' much easier, — not to 
speak of its wonderful wearing qualities, — 
that the Tire is really in a class by itself. 

Reserve strength in the Cord Tire over! 
the old types 50 per cent stronger by actua 
test. 

Cord Tires were 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th at 
the Big Indianapolis Speedway Eaces, 1914. 

A new evolution in tire building that 
will always be a winner. 



Call at GOODRICH BUILDING, Sacramento 



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Goodrich Route Books: 

FREE AT BRANCHES AND DEPOTS 

San Diego and Los Angeles. 

Los Angeles and El Paso de Bobles. 

El Paso de Bobles and San Fiancisco. 

San Francisco and Santa Bosa, Yosemite Valley and Saugns. 

Beno and Lake Tahoe and San Francisco. 

San Francisco to Oregon Line. 

Portland to Seattle. 

Los Angeles to Phoenix and reverse. 

Texas. 

BOUTE BOOKS FOB ALL SECTIONS. 



Now in Preparation: — 

Oregon State Tours. 
Washington State Tours. 



For 1915 the Touring Bureau of The B. F. Goodrich Company for early! 
spring touring CALIFORNIA COMPLETE in three books— Southern, CenJ 
tral and Northern. Complete detailed road logs and highway maps. 



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SCALE 

ONE MILE 



SACRAMENTO 



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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SACRAMENTOfrPLACERVILLE 



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GOODRICH TIRES 

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PLACEfPVILLE 



MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
PLACERVI LLE *»°TALLAC 



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Best in the Long Run 



10 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
TALLAO N ° CARSON CITY 



When it is considered that the majority 
of high grade cars and the majority of 
"old time" owners specify GOODRICH 
TIRES, there must be a reason. 

11 







MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
CAPSON CITY-"* RENO. 



The Mileage tells the Story 

GOODRICH TIRES 

Best in the Long Run 

12 




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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
PENO-TRUCKEE-LAKE TAHOE 



This is one of the main trans-continental 
routes that will be covered with GOOD- 
RICH GUIDE POSTS for 1915, from the 
Atlantic to the Pacific. 

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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
LAKE TAMOE POINTS 



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TPUCKEE— EMIGRANT GAP 



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Makers of Everything That's Best in Rubber 

Akron, Ohio 



THE LARGEST RUBBER COMPANY IN THE WORLD 

16 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
EM IGPANTQAP- DUTCH FLAT-AUBUPN 




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CITY MAP OF 

SACRA M ENTO 



>4 7X> ■sroc^rrt^y 



MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SACPAMENTO ^"AUBURN 



Call at 
GOODRICH BUILDING— SACRAMENTO 



List of Goodrich Service Stations 



Branches 



NEW YORK 

BOSTON 

CHICAGO 



..1780-82 Broadway 
..851-57 Boylston St. 



1925-27 Michigan Ave. 

519 N. Broad St 

_ 729-31 Main St 



PHILADELPHIA . 

BUFFALO 

DETROIT Cor. Woodward and Hancock Aves. 

ST. LOUIS „ Garrison Ave. and Locust St 

DENVER 1422-24 Court Place 

KANSAS CITY 1009-11 E. Fifteenth St 

PITTSBURGH 414 Craig St 



INDIANAPOLIS _. 
MINNEAPOLIS .... 

CLEVELAND 

DALLAS 

CINCINNATI 

SAN FRANCISCO 
LOS ANGELES 



..Cor. Capitol and Michigan 

— 913 Hennepin Ave. 

2017 Euclid Ave. 

2211 Commerce St 

807 Race St 



SEATTLE 

PORTLAND, ORE. 

SPOKANE .._ __ 

SAN JUAN, P. R. 

ATLANTA _ 

TORONTO - _ 



401 Mission St 

11th and Olive Sts. 

Also 406 West Pico St 
..113-15 King St 



..Broadway and Burnside Sts. 

1201 First Ave. 

66 Tetuan St 

246 Peachtree St 

134 Bay St 



ABROAD 

LONDON 117-23 Golden Lane, E. C. 

MANCHESTER _ _ 235 Deansgate 

GLASGOW _ _ _ 22 Renfrew St 

PARIS — 38 bis Avenue de la Grande Armee 

TOKYO, JAPAN _ 1 Yurakuchome, It-chome, Kojimachikn 

FRANKFORT, BRUSSELS, MARSEILLES 
European Factory: COLOMBES, FRANCE 



Wholesale Stock Depots 



ALBANY 

BALTIMORE 

BIRMINGHAM 

BROOKLYN 

CHARLOTTE 

COLUMBUS 

DAYTON 

DES MOINES 

GOLDEN GATE 

GRAND RAPIDS 

HOUSTON 

JACKSONVILLE 



LOUISVILLE 

MEMPHIS 

MILWAUKEE 

MONTREAL 

NASHVILLE 

NEWARK 

NEW HAVEN 

NEW ORLEANS 

OKLAHOMA CITY 

OMAHA 

PORTLAND, ME. 

PROVIDENCE 



RICHMOND 

ROCHESTER 

SALT LAKE CITY 

SAN ANTONIO 

SCRANTON 

SEATTLE 

SPRINGFIELD 

ST. PAUL 

SYRACUSE 

TOLEDO 

WASHINGTON 

WORCESTER 



SACRAMENTO 

FRESNO 

OAKLAND 

SAN DIEGO 



_ 1319 K St 

..Masonic Temple Bldg. 
..12th and Harrison Sts. 
1175 B St 



GOODRICH TIRES— Best in the Long Run 



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GOODRICH 

ROUTE BOOK 




Northern California 

San Francisco to Oregon Line 

STOCKTON — SACRAMENTO — MARYSVILLE — RED 
BLUFF — REDDING — YREKA— Etc. 

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The following table shows the correct inflation and the weight 
per wheel, our tires are guaranteed to carry. 





Infla- 


Rear 


Front 




Infla- 


Rear 


Front 
Weight 


Size 


tion 


Weight 


Weight 


Size 


tion 


Weight 




Lbs. 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 




Lbs. 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


28x2%.... 


... 55 


225 


275 


38x4 .... 


... 75 


800 


950 


30x2%.... 


... 55 


225 


275 


40x4 .... 


... 75 


850 


1000 










42x4 .... 


... 75 


900 


1050 


28x3 .... 


... 65 


350 


425 










30x3 .... 


... 65 


375 


450 


32x4%.... 


... 80 


750 


950 


32x3 .... 


... 65 


375 


450 


34x4%.... 


... 80 


900 


1125 


34x3 .... 


... 65 


400 


475 


36x4%.... 


... 80 


975 


1225 










38x4%.... 


... 80 


1050 


1300 


28x3%.... 


... 70 


425 


600 


40x4%.... 


... 80 


1125 


1375 


30x3%.... 


... 70 


450 


550 


42x4%.... 


... 80 


1200 


1450 


32x3%.... 


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500 


600 








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550 


650 


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1000 


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600 


700 


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1100 


1350 










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1200 


1450 


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625 


750 


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1300 


1500 


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Branches 

SAN FRANCISCO 


rvice Stations 

341-47 Market St. 

Also 556-60 Golden Gate Ave. 
406 West Pico St. 


LOS ANGELES 




SEATTLE _ 






PORTLAND, OREGOt 
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MEXICO CITY 






NEW YORK 






CHICAGO 






BOSTON 






PHILADELPHIA 






BUFFALO 






DETROIT _ 

ST. LOUIS 




Woodward Ave., cor. Garfield 
-..._. 393 1-33 Olive St. 


DENVER . 






KANSAS CITY 

PITTSBURGH 




1011 East Fifteenth St. 

414 Craig St. 


I NDIANAPOLIS 

MINNEAPOLIS 


- Cor. 


Capitol Ave. and Michigan St. 


CLEVELAND 




1743 Euclid Ave. 


DALLAS 

ATLANTA 










CINCINNATI 






TORONTO, CANADA 




—.134 Bay St. 


MONTREAL, CANADA 




OTTAWA, CANADA... 
LONDON 




_ 42 Bank St. 


ABROAD 


117-123 Golden Lane. E. C 


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ALBANY 

ATLANTIC CITY 

BALTIMORE 

BIRMINGHAM 

BROOKLYN 

CHARLOTTE 

COLUMBUS 

DAYTON 

DES MOINES 

GRAND RAPIDS 

HARTFORD 

HOUSTON 

FRESNO 

OAKLAND 

SAN DIEGO. 


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LOUISVILLE SACRAMENTO 
MEMPHIS SAGINAW 
MILWAUKEE SALT LAKE CITY 
NASHVILLE SAN ANTONIO 
NEWARK SCRANTON 
NEW HAVEN SPRINGFIELD 
NEW ORLEANS ST. PAUL 
OKLAHOMA CITY SYRACUSE 
OMAHA TOLEDO 
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Goodrich Route Book 

of 

Central California 




TOURING 

service: 




FOREWORD 

This GOODRICH ROUTE BOOK contains maps and road 
logs of all the principal towns and highways between San 
Francisco and Stockton South to Los Angeles, connecting with 
the Goodrich Route Book of Southern California. For trips 
north of San Francisco and California, see Goodrich Route 
Book of Northern California. 

The ' sign, thus (§>, indicates the location of a GOODRICH 
GUIDE POST, which are to be found on all of the main high- 
ways at serviceable locations. 

The INDEX MAP or diagram shows all the routes in this 
ftookj and numerals show the consecutive route number. 

The column of figures to the left on the routes, indicate the 
running miles and tenths. These figures should correspond with 
your odometer recorder. 

The B. F. Goodrich Company 

Factories, Akron, Ohio 

Goodrich Service Stations on the 
Pacific Coast 

San Francisco 401 Mission St. 

Golden Gate Golden Gate and Van Ness Ave. 

Los Angeles Eleventh and Olive St. 

Oakland Corner Twelfth and Hn.rrison Sts. 

San Diego 229 "B" St. 

Portland Broadway and Burnside Sts. 

Seattle 113-15 King St." and fi02 E. Pike St. 

Spokane 1201 First Ave. 

SEE CALIFORNIA— On Goodrich Tires 

Copyright, 1915, The E. F. Goodrich Company. 




INDEX MAP 





CONTENTS 

Page 

INDEX OF EOUTES 3 

INDEX MAP 1 

CITY MAP— SAN FRANCISCO 6 

CITY MAP— LOS ANGELES 28 

SEE CALIFORNIA FIRST 4 

GOODBICH EAINMENT 52 

GOODRICH SILVERTOWN COED TIRE 2 

GOODRICH RUBBER GOODS 38 

NECESSITIES FOB YOUB TOUR 63 

GOODRICH BRANCHES AND DEPOTS Rear Cover 

GOODRICH TOUBING BUREAU .Rear Cover 



It has to be a "Silvertown" to be a Cord Tire. 
Built with reinforced Cable Cords— not strings. 




THE GOODRICH CORD TIRE 



1. It gives more engine efficiency — we 
have records of 15% mora horsepower de- 
veloped. This means greater hill-climbing 
ability. 

2. The increased efficiency permits 
greater load-carrying capacity. 

3. Ton save as high as 25% in gaso- 
line. 

i. Gasoline saving guarantees more 
mileage. 

5. Additional speed — when you want It. 

6. Quicker starting — advantageous in 
crowded thoroughfares. 

7. Easier to guide — reducing work at 
the steering wheel. 

8. Because of equal tension gained 
from all-cord construction yon can coast 
farther. 

9. Reserve strength over tires of other 
types 50% by actual test. 

10. P. t ctical Immunity to stone-bruises. 
This because cord construction makes tire 
more flexible. It bends bnt does not 
break. 



The B. f . Goodrich Company controls 
all patents to this construction. 

Tke Mileage tells tke Story 

Goodrich Tins-Best m tke Lotvg r* 



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Index of Routes 



Number 

ROUTE of Rout. 

Bakersfield to Fresno 25 

Bakenfield to Saugus 22 

BiW C r»fie1d to Ta(t via Kern River Bridge 23 

Bakenfield to Taft via Maricopa 24 

Bakenfield to ViaalU 27 

Benicia to Oakland 30 

Camarillo to Los Angeles 19 

Coalinga to Fresno 31 

Coalinga to Hanford and Viaalia 30 

Fresno to Bakcri6eld ......... 26 

Fresno to Coalinga 31 

Fresno to Gilroy .......... 40 

Fresno to Stockton 32 

Fresno to Visalia 29 

Gilroy to Fresno 41 

Gilroy to Salinas .......... 48 

Gilroy to San Jose 42 

Livennorc to San Francisco ........ 35 

Livermore to San Jose ......... 52 

Livermore to Stockton 36 

Los Angeles to Camarillo 20 

Loa Angeles to Santa Barbara 16 

Los Angeles to Ventura 18 

Los Olivos to Santa Maria 14 

Mt. Hamilton to Saugus 47 

Merced to Yosemite National Park 38 

Oakland to Benicia 50 

Pacific Grove and Monterey to Salinas ...... 54 

Paso Robles to Salinas via King City 9 

Paso Robles to Salinas via Jolon ....... 12 

Paso Robles to Santa Barbara 10 

Pescadero to San Mateo ......... 4 

Pescadero to Santa Cruz 5 

Salinaa to Gilroy 48 

Salinas to Monterey and Pacific Grove ...... 54 

Salinaa to Paso Robles via Jolon . 13 

Salinas to Paso Robles via King City 8 

Salinas to Santa Cruz ......... 7 

Salinas to Watsonville ......... 49 

San Francisco to Livermore . . . . . • . 34 

San Francisco to San Mateo ........ 1 

San Francisco to San Rafael ........ 51 

San Francisco to San lose via Oakland 44 

San Francisco to San Jose via San Mateo ..... 43 

San Jose to Gilroy 42 

San Jose to Livermore 52 

San Jose to Mt. Hamilton ........ 47 

San Jose to Santa Cruz ......... 45 

San Jose to San Francisco via Oakland ...... 44 

San Jose to San Francisco via San Mateo 43 

San Mateo to Pescadero 3 

San Mateo to San Francisco 2 

San Rafael to San Francisco ........ 51 

Santa Barbara to Los Angeles ....... 15 

Santa Barbara to Paso Robles 11 

Santa Cruz to Pescadero ........ 5 

Santa Cruz to Salinas ......... 6 

Santa Cruz to San Jose 46 

Saugus to Bakersfield 21 

Stockton to Fresno 33 

Stockton to Livermore 37 

Taft to Bakersfield via Kern River Bridge 23 

Taft to Bakersfield via Maricopa 24 

Ventura to Los Angeles via Santa Paula 17 

Visalia to Bakersfield 28 

Visalia to Fresno 29 

Visalia to Hanford and Coalinga ....... 30 

Watsonville to Salinas 49 

Yosemite to Merced 39 




See California Now 

This is made possible by Goodrich routes 
which extend into every State, covering 
the main recommended highways. 

Goodrich dealers will supply you 
with route cards, giving accurate direc- 
tions, mileages, etc., and all at Goodrich 
expense. No obligation whatever — just 

Goodrich Service 

This service follows f "you"all the way 
Goodrich dealers are located in practi- 
cally every town and in every large city. 
Tire service is a question of but a few 
minutes or a few hours in any locality. 



But Go Right— 



Do not handicap 
your car with an in- 
ferior tire or with inferior tubes. There 
is one tire that has been specially con- 
structed for touring purposes to cover any 
and all of the varied road conditions. You 
ride with safety and longer mileage on 



GOODRICH TIRES 

AND TUBES 



ROUTE 1 

SAN FRANCISCO TO SAN MATEO. 

Mile* 

0.0 SAN FBANCISCO. From Van 
Ness and Market Sts. go in 
an easterly direction on Mar- 
ket St. 

0.4 Turn left on Valencia. 

1.9 Cross R. R. at Valencia St. 
Station. 

2.3 Turn right on Mission St. TJp 

and down hills. 

4.8 G Straight ahead. 

6.1 Carve left past inverse right 

fork. 
7.1 © Straight ahead. (For SAN 

FRANCISCO via GOLDEN 

GATE PARK turn right on 

to School St.) 

7.4 COLMA. •© Curve left with 

trolley. 

7.9 Pass under R. R. bridge. 

9.1 Bear left under R. R., then 

right with street car tracks. 
10.3- Curve right along trolley 

tracks passing road on left. 

(Road on left goe9 to SOUTH 

SAN FRANCISCO.) 
10.5 Cross R. R. and trolley tracks 

together. 
12.1 Pass Tanforan Race Track on 

left. 
13.1 6 Pass inverse left fork. 

(Inverse left fork for SAN 

FRANCISCO via SAN 

BRUNO.) 

15.3 MILLBRAE. © Straight. 
16.5 Straight ahead past road on 

left, passing thru BURLING- 
AME. 
18.5 Pass through stone posts. 

19.1 © Straight ahead. (Turn right 

for HALF MOON BAY and 
SANTA CRUZ.) 

19.2 Turn left off of El Camino 

Real on to Third Ave. 
Straight ahead, into 

19.4 SAN MATEO. (Third Ave. 

and "B" St.) 



© — Location of Goodrich Guide Post. 




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ROUTE 2 

SAN MATEO TO SAN FKANCISOO. 



Miles 
0.0 SAN MATEO. Leaving Third 

Ave. and "B" St., go west 

on Third Ave. 
0.2 Turn right on to EI Camino 

Real. 
0.3 © Straight ahead. (Turn left 

for HALF MOON BAY and 

SANTA CRUZ.) 
1.4 Pass between stone posts on to 

pavement just after BTJB- 

LINGAME. 

3.1 © Straight past road on right. 

4.2 © MILLBEAE. Straight 

ahead. 

6.2 •© Take left fork. (Bight 

fork for SAN FKANCISOO 
Via SAN BRUNO.) 

7.3 Pass Tanforan Race Track on 

right. 
8.7 Off pavement onto macadam. 
9.0 Cross trolley and R. R. tracks 

together. 



Miles 
9.2 Curve left along trolley track, 
passing road on right. (Road 
on right goes to SOUTH SAN 
FRANCISCO.) 

11.6 Pass under railroad bridge. 

12.2 COLMA. ©• Curve right with 
trolley. 

12.4 © Straight ahead on Mission 
St. (For SAN FRANCISCO 
via Golden Gate Park turn 
left onto School St.) 

13.4 Take right fork down hill. 
14.6 © Straight on Mission St. Up 

and down hills. 

17.1 Turn left on to Valencia St. 

17.5 Cross B. B. at Valencia St. 

Station. 
19.0 Turn right onto Market St. 
19.4 SAN FRANCISCO. (Van Ness 

and Market St.) 



SAN FRANCISCO 




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ROUTE 

BAN MATEO TO FESCADEBO. 
Miles 
0.0 BAN MATEO. Leaving Third 

Avo. and B St. go west on 

Third Ave. 
0.2 Tarn right on El ("amino Beal. 
0.3 -Q Turn left. (Straight for 

SAN FRANCISCO.) 
1.5 -Q Take left fork. Keep on 

macadam, following winding, 

hilly road up canyon to 6%. 
3.0 -Q Take left fork. 

3.4 -<J Take right fork. 

4.5 Summit. 

5.5 Q> Curve right past 3-corners, 
following road between two 
lakes. 

6.3 $ Pass road on right, up 

grade. 

6.4 Pass road on left and follow 

winding road up to 6 per 
cent. 
7.9 <$• Summit. Take right fork. 
All down hill to half moon 
bay. 

10.0 Foot of long, winding grade — 

7 per cent. 

13.4 •© Turn left. 

13.5 Cross white bridge into 

13.6 HALF MOON BAY. 

14.1 Pass inverse right fork and fol- 

low traveled road. 
18.0 Curve left past PTJEISSIMA. 
18.3 §>• Turn right. 

20.0 <|) Take left fork down hill. 

20.1 ©• Turn right past LOBITOS 

STATION. (Eoad on left for 
BEDWOOD CITY.) 

22.3 Q Pass road on left and im- 

mediately cross B. B. at 

TONITOS ©. 
22.6 Curve left with road. 
25.5 ® SAN GREGOEIO. Straight 

ahead. 

28.4 ty Curve right at 3-corners. 
30.0 Straight. 

32.3 ^) Pass road on left and im- 
mediately cross white bridge. 

32.5 & PESCADEBO. (Turn right 

at hotel for Santa Cruz.) 



© — Location of Goodrich Guide Post. 

THAT SPARE TUBE 

You may never need it, but 
it's like keeping "something 
in the house" just for emer- 
gency's sake. 

Stock up with Goodrich 
Brown Tubes — Best in any 
Case. 



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ROUTE 4 

PESCADERO TO SAN MATEO. 



Miles 
0.0 



PESCADEEO. Go north on 

main road. 
© Cross white bridge and pass 

road on right. 
Straight. 

-©Curve left at 3-corners. 
© SAN GREGORIO. Straight. 
Curve right with road. 
© TUNITOS. Cross E. B. and 

pass road on right. 

12.4 •© Turn left at Lobitos Sta- 

tion. (Eoad to right for 
EEDWOOD CITY.) 

12.5 © Pass inverse left fork at 

foot of hill. 

©• Turn left. 

Curve right past PTJEISSIMA. 

Take right fork, follow trav- 
eled road. 

HALF MOON BAY. Straight. 

Cross white bridge. 



0.2 

2.5 

4.1 

7.0 

9.9 

10.2 



14.2 
14.5 
18.4 

18.9 
19.0 



Miles 

19.1 

22.5 

24.6 

26.1 

26.2 
27.0 



28.0 

29.1 
29.5 
31.0 
32.2 



32.3 
32.5 



©• Turn right. 

Up long, winding grade to 7 

per cent. Macadam. 
© Summit. Pass inverse right 

fork, 
Pass road on right. 
© Pass road on left. 
•© Pass between two lakes 

and curve left up grade at 

3-corners. 
Summit. All down grade to 

San Mateo. 
© Pass inverse right fork. 
© Pass inverse left fork. 
© Pass inverse left fork. 
©• Turn right on El Camino 

Seal. (Turn left for SAN 

FBANCISCO.) 
Turn left on Third Ave. 
SAN MATEO. (Third Ave. 
■ and B St.) 



ROUTE 5 



PESCADEEO TO SANTA CEUZ. 

Miles 

0.0 ©• PESCADEEO. Prom hotel 
go west on the main road. 

3.2 ©■ Take right fork. 

6.5 PIGEON POINT LIGHT- 
HOUSE on right. 

7.2 ©• Bear ,right. 
12.1 $1 Straight ahead. 
21.8 © Cross B. B. ©. 
24.8 ©• Bear right. 
25.3 •© Turn left. 

25.5 (§) Go under B. B. and bear 

right. 

28.3 © Pass inverse left fork at 

foot of grade. (Inverse left 
fork for Bony Doon.) 

30.4 ©• Bear right at bottom of 

hill. 

31.6 •© Turn left. 

31.7 ©• Turn right with road across 

B. B. ©. 
36.7 © Pass road on right. 
38.7 © Follow trolley tracks, going 

in town on Mission Ave. 
39.1 Turn right on Pacific Ave. 

(Turn left for the Big Trees.) 

39.5 SANTA CRUZ. (Corner Soquel 

and Pacific Aves.) 



SANTA CEUZ TO PESCADEEO. 

Miles 
0.0 SANTA CEUZ. From Soquel 

and Pacific Aves. go north on 

Pacific Ave. 
0.4 Turn left on Mission St. (Turn 

right for the Big Trees.) 
1.8 Leave trolley, straight ahead. 
2.8 © Straight on. Pass road on 

left. 

7.8 •© Turn left with road, across 

B. E. 

7.9 ©• Turn right with road. 
9.1 ■© Bear left up hill. 

11.2 •© Left fork, up grade. (Bight 

fork goes to Bony Doon.) 
14.0 •© Bear left under B. E. 

14.2 ©. Turn right. 

14.7 Cross B. E., bear left. 

27.4 © Straight. 

32.3 © Bear left. PIGEON POINT 

LIGHTHOUSE on left. 
36.3 © Pass inverse right fork. 
Straight into. 

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ROUTE 6 

SANTA CRUZ TO SALINAS. 

Miles 
0.0 SANTA CRUZ. From Pacific, 
and Soquel Ave*, go south on 
8oquel Ave. 
'ross covered bridge. 
End of pavement. Straight 

ahead. 
Follow main road. 
3.S ©• Cross bridge and turn 
right. 

4.1 © Straight ahead. 
SOQUEL. Postoffice. Straight 

through xroads. (Left for 

San Jose.) 
4 4 Take left fork. 

Pass inverse right fork. 
4.7 Straight off macadam. 

8.2 ©• Turn right under R. R., 

then left. 

8.3 Cross wooden bridge. 

8.5 •© Pass APTOS Station. Turn 

left across R. R., then right 
along same ©. 

8.6 ©• Curve right, crossing 

bridge. 
10.2 Curve left, passing road on 
right. (Road on right leads 
to SAN ANDREAS.) 

11.1 Take right fork. (Left fork 

for VALENCIA.) 
12.9 Take right fork. (Left fork 

for PLEASANT VALLEY. 
13.9 Pass inverse left fork. 

15.2 Pass road on left. Store on 

corner. 
17.6 © Pass inverse right fork. 
18.2 Pass through FREEDON. 

19.6 Take right fork. Keep on wide 

macadam road. 
20.0 WATSONVILLE. (Plaza) 
Straight through town. 

20.8 Cross covered bridge and turn 

left. 

20.9 ©• Turn right. (Straight ahead 

for SAN JUAN and GIL- 
ROY.) 

21.7 © Cross two R. Rs. 
22.2 Pass road on right. 
22.7 Take right fork. 

26.2 Pass road on right. 

27.0 ©• Turn right with road. 

27.6 Turn left with road. 

28.3 Curve left, crossing bridge. 

29.3 Cross wooden bridge. 

29.4 © Pass road on left. 

80.1 Follow main road, passing 

MOSS LANDING Postoffice. 
|3.6 CASTROVILLE. Straight, 
passing road on left •©. 

34.5 © Cross R. R. Then pass in- 

verse left fork ©. 

37.7 © Swing left and right, pass- 

ing road on right. 

40.8 Jog right and left, away from 

R. R. 
42.1 Turn right on. Main St. 
42.3 SALINAS. (Hotel.) 




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ROUTE 7 

SALINAS TO SANTA CBTJZ. 



Miles 
0.0 SALINAS. North one block 

on Main St. 
0.2 Turn left on C&stroville road. 

1.5 Jog right and left along S. B. 

4.6 Kg) Swing left and right, pass- 

ing road on left. 

7.8 Kg) Take left fork and immedi- 
ately cross B. E., away from 
another B. B. 

8.8 (g) Straight past road on right, 
passing through OASTRO- 
VXLLE. Straight on oiled 
road. 

9.4 Straight on oiled road. 

12.2 MOSS LANDING. Postoffice. 

Curve right past road on left, 
then left up short hill. 

12.9 @ Straight past road on right. 

13.0 Cross wooden bridge. 

14.0 Cross wooden bridge and curve 

right. 
14.7 Turn right with road. 

15.3 Kg) Turn left with road. 

16.1 Pass road on left. 

19.6 Pass inverse right forks and 

parallel B. B. 
20.1 Pass road on left. 

20.6 Cross two B. B.'s. Watson- 

ville Junction Station. 

21.4 Kg) Turn left. (Bight for SAN 

JUAN ana GILBOY.),- 

21.5 Turn right across covered 

bridge on the main street. 
22.3 WATSONVILLE. (Plaza.) 
Straight through town. 

22.7 Pass inverse right forks. Keep 

on wide macadam road. 
24.1 Pass through rEEEDON and 

road on right. 
24.7 & Take right fork. 
27.1 Pass road on right. (Store on 

corner.) 



Miles 

28.4 Kg) Take left fork. (Bight fork 
for PLEASANT VALLEY.) 

29.4 Pass inverse right fork. (In- 
verse right fork for PLEAS- 
ANT VALLEY.) 

31.2 Pass inverse right fork. (In- 
verse right fork leads to 
VALENCIA.) 

32.1 Curve right, pass road on left. 
(Road on left leads to SAN 
ANDBEAS.) 

33.7 Kg) Curve left just after cross- 

ing bridge. 

33.8 <g) Turn left across B. E. Q, 

then right along same, pass- 
ing APTOS Station. 

34.0 Cross wooden bridge over deep 

canyon. 

34.1 <g)> Turn right and go under 

E. E., then left Kg). 
37.6 Straight on macadam. (Turn 
left for CAPITOLA.) 

37.8 Take right fork. (Left fork 

for CAPITOLA.) 

37.9 Pass inverse left fork. 

38.0 SOQUEL. Postoffice. Straight 
through xroads. (Bight for 
San Jose.) 

38.2 <g) Straight ahead. (Turn left 

for CAPITOLA. Bight for 
optional LOS GATOS.) 

38.8 Kg) Turn left across bridge. 

38.9 ^ Straight, pass road on left. 

(Eoad on left leads to Pair- 
view.) 

41 4 On pavement on Soquel Ave. 
Follow street car tracks. 

42.0 Cross covered bridge. 

42.3 SANTA CBTJZ. (Pacific and 

Soquel Aves.) 



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ROUTE 8 

8ALINAS TO PASO ROBLES, CAL. 

Vis King City. 
Miles 
0.0 SALINAS. From hotel go 

south on Main St. 
0.5 Turn left at hospital on John 

St. 
0.8 Turn right. 

2.3 © Cross E. B. © then 
straight. (Road to right to 
Del Monte and Spreckles.) 
5.3 O Turn left across R. R. © 

then right along same. 
6.6 Strai ght. 
10.9 CHUALAR. © Take left 

fork. 
11.4 Turn left along R. R. 
17.1 GONZALES. Straight along 
R. R. 

18.4 © Straight along R. R. 

(Road to left to San Be- 
nito.) 

25.8 SOLE DAD. © Straight 

through. 
2H.2 Curve right © across R. R. ©. 
27.1 Curve right, crossing wood 

bridge, then left. 

27.9 •© Take left fork. (Right 

fork for Mission Senora do 
la Solcdad and Paraiso Hot 
Springs.) 

35.0 GREENFIELD. © Straight 

through. 

46.5 © Turn left, crossing long 

bridge over Salinas River. 
( Stra ight for Jolon.) 
47.7 © KING CITY. Turn right 
along R. R. 

56.1 Bear left across R. R. 

57.0 SAN LUCAS. Straight 

through. (Road to right to 
Jolon.) 

57.6 Bear right across R. R., then 

left along same. 

66.6 Turn right through San Ardo, 

crossing Salinas River. 

67.2 •© Turn left. 

77.7 •© Turn left. (Turn right 

for Jolon.) 
78.9 •© Turn left, crossing bridge, 

then right ©. 
79.4 BRADLEY. Turn left at P. 

O. •© one block, then right 

©. 

81.3 •© Turn left across R. R. ©. 

(Straight for dry weather 
road.) 

87.6 © Cross R. R. ©. 
87.9 ©• Take right fork. (Left 

fork for Stone Canyon.) 

89.1 © Take right fork at foot of 

hill. 

90.7 © Cross R. R. ©. 

91.2 © Cross R. R. ©. 
91.7 © Cross R. R. ©. 

92.0 Curve left across R. R. ©. 

95.1 © Take left fork at foot of 

short 12% grade. 
98.7 © Pass reverse left fork. 




ROUTE 8— Continued 



Miles 

100.2 ©• Take right fork, go 100 

yards, then pass reverse left 

fork, across large bridge. 
100.8 © Cross E. E. and turn left 

•©. (Eoad to right dry 

weather road to Bradley.) 
101.1 SAN MIGTJEL. P. O. on 

right. Straight along E. E. 

to 
101.4 Curve left by Mission. (Eoad 

to left a Jolon connection. 



Miles 

Another road 100 feet before 
Mission leading to left is 
known as Shannon Eoad, 
which leads to points in San 
Joaquin Valley.) Proceed 
along B. B. 

103.4 <© Take left fork. 

105.4 © Curve right through 
xroads. 

109.9 PASO EOBLES. (Sanitor- 
ium.) 



ROUTE 9 



PASO EOBLES TO SALINAS Via KING CITY. 



Miles 
0.0 



4.8 © 



6.5 

8.5 



8.8 
9.1 



9.7 
11.2 

14.8 

17.9 
18.2 
18.7 
19.2 
20.6 
20.8 

22.0 
22.3 

28.6 

30.5 

31.0 

32.2 
42.7 



Miles 

PASO EOBLES. Prom San- 
itorium go north on main 
road. 43.3 

Curve right through 52.3 
xroads. (Eoad to left for 52.9 
Adelaida.) 

© Curve right. 

Curve right by mission. (Eoad 53.8 
to left a Jolon connection.) 60.7 
Another road 100 feet be- 
fore mission leading to 62.2 
right' is known as Shannon 
Eoad, which leads to points 63.1 
in San Joaquin Valley. Pro- 
ceed along E. E. 63.4 

SAN MIGUEL. P. O. 

© Turn right at station on 74.9 
right, crossing E. E. ©. 82.0 
(Eoad straight is dry 
weather road.) 

Cross large bridge, take left 
fork, go 100 yards, then 82.8 
pass inverse right fork ©. 

•© Take left fork. (Eight 83.7 
fork for Fairfield and Coal- 84.1 
inga.) 91.5 

•© Bear left. 

© Curve across E. E. ©. 

© Cross E. E. ©. 

© Cross E. E. ©. 

© Cross E. E. ©. 

Take right fork. 

Bear right at inverse right 
fork at foot of hill. 

•© Bear left. 

© Cross E. E. and turn right 
along same ©. 

© Cross E. E. and turn right 
along same ©. 

BEADLEY. •© Turn left one 
block, then right at P. O. ©. 

•© Turn left, crossing bridge, 
then right ©. 

©• Take right fork at ranch 
house. 

©• Turn right, crossing the 109.9 

12 



92.8 © 



98.5 
99.0 



103.0 
104.6 



107.6 



108.2 
109.1 
109.4 



Salinas Eiver through San 
Ardo. 

•© Turn left just before E. E. 

© Bear right across E. E. 

© SAN LUCAS. Straight 
through. (Eoad to left to 
Jolon.) 

Left across E. E. and right. 

© Pass road on right. (Eoad 
on right to Coalinga.) 

<© Turn left through KING 
CITY. 

Cross long bridge over Salinas 
Eiver. 

©» Turn right. (Eoad to left 
to Jolon.) 

© Through GEEENFIELD. 

© Bear right at inverse left 
fork. (Left fork for Mis- 
sion Senora de la Soledad 
and Paraiso Hot Springs.)' 

Curve right, then curve left, 
crossing wooden bridge. 

© Cross E. E. and left •©. 

© Pass through SOLEDAD. 

Straight paralleling E. E. 
(Eoad to right to San Be- 
nito.) 

Pass through town of 
GONZALES. Follow E. E. 

Turn right, away from E. E. 

GHUALAB. © Bear left at 
inverse left fork. 

Straight through xroads. 

© Turn left across E. E. 
©, then right along same. 

© Cross E. E., then straight 
©. (Eoad to left leads to 
DEL MONTE and SPEECK- 
LES.) 

© Take right fork. 

Turn left on John St. 

Turn right at hospital build- 
ing on Main St. (Eoad to 
left for Del Monte.) 

SALINAS. (Hotel.) 



PASO 



Miles 
0.0 



2.9 



4.9 

5.1 
5.7 

6.1 

7.2 
11.2 
12.3 
14.5 



17.2 
20.0 

22.0 

23.5 
24.3 

26.0 



26.7 



31.2 



32.4 



32.6 



33.4 
34.2 



35.1 

35.9 
37.8 

38.9 



39.2 



ROUTE 10 

ROBLE3 TO SANTA BAB 
BABA, CAL. 

PASO BOBLES. From Sani- 
tarium go west, follow wide, 
winding road. 

Q Pass road on right. (Boad 
on right leads to Cayucus 
and Cambria.) 

Pass road on left. 

Pass road on right. 

TEMPLETON. Straight 
through town. 

■O Turn left at xroads. 

Turn left across bridge. 

Cross bridge. 

O Pass road on left. 

Q- Curve right at Dove. 
(Postoffice and country 
store.) 

Curve right at B. E. and along 

SANTA MABOABITA. 
(Boad to left leads to Cres- 
ton and Pozo.) 

From here to top of Cuesta 
grade all up hill. 

Start up 8 per cent grade. 

O" Top of grade. Take right 
fork. 

•Q Bottom of grade averaging 
from 3 to 11 per cent. 
(Pass inverse left fork.) 
Follow road down to moun- 
tain canyon with numerous 
downward pitches to 5 per 
cent.) 

Pass under B. B. and straight 
on pavement on Monterey 
St. 

SAN LOTS OBISPO. (Post- 
office.) From here go west 
two blocks on Monterey St. 
Turn left on Chorro St. and 
go one block, then turn 
right on Higuerra St. and 
follow main road. 

Straight, passing B. B. ware- 
house on left. 

@ Take left fork across B. 
B. on macadam (§). 

Pass oil tanks on left. 

<$> Eight fork. (Left fork for 
Edna an optional Santa 
Maria.) 

Cross wooden bridge and pass 
inverse right fork. 

Q Cross B. E. §). 

•Q Left fork along B. E. 
(Eight fork for Avila.) 

§» Bear left across B. B. and 
immediately cross wooden 
bridge Q. 

•$) Left fork up hill, 7 per 
cent grade. (Bight fork for 
Avila.) . 




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ROUTE 10— Continued 



•<§> Top of gTade. Take left 
fork. (Eight fork for Avila, 
- miles.) Here you come to 
the seashore. 

@ Straight ahead. (Turn 
right for Pizmo.) 

Straight past inverse right 
fork. 

(§> Turn left across K. E. at 
Fizmo Station (J). 

Here you leave the sea coast. 
Proceed down hill and 
through short stretch of 
sand, then up hill, follow 
road over rolling hills. 

Pass road on right. 

ABBOYO GBANDE. Turn 
right. (Boad straight ahead 
to San Luis Obispo.) This 
road is not used as frequent- 
ly as the road we have just 
come over. 

§> Cross B. B. @. 

$• Turn right. 

$> Cross E. E., then left 
along same (<5>. 

LOS BEEEOS. © Turn left 
across E. B., then right $*. 

Q> Turn right. 

Take right fork. 

NIPOMO. Straight ahead. 

Cross long iron bridge. 

SANTA MAEIA. Straight 
on Broadway. 

© Cross B. E. (§). 

$) Straight through xroads. 
(Turn left for Los Olivos 
via Foxen Canyon.) 

<§> Cross E. E. <§). 

Turn right at xroads. 

OECTJTT. © Cross B. B., 
then turn left <^l. 

© Turn left across B. B., 
then right along same. 0. 

@ Straight ahead. (For Lom- 
poc turn right across B. B.) 

@ Turn left across E. E., 
then left along same @. 

Jog right and left. 

Straight through Los Alamos. 

Turn right with travel, then 
go one block, then left Ǥ>. 

<§> Cross E. E. (§>. 

(§) Cross E. E., then left along 
same ^). 

<§> Turn left across B. B., 
then right along same. @. 

Turn left with road up hill. 

Go under E. E. bridge. 

Up one hundred yards, 15 per 
cent grade, then down. 

© Cross E. B., then left Kg>. 

<§ Straight along B. E. 
(Boad to left leads to banta 
Maria via Foxen Canyon.) 

Q- Turn right at first road 
past Los Olivos B. E. Sta- 
tion. 



ROUTE 10— Continued 

Miles 

100.0 LOS OLIVOB. (Oarage.) 
Straight ahead. 

100.4 ©• Turn right across bridge, 
then immediately left. 
(Curve left just before for 
Santa Barbara via San Mar- 
cos Pass.) ©. 

102.0 Pass BALLARD. Postoffice. 

Pass road across bridge on 

left. 
104.2 ©• Turn right with road, then 

left. 
104.9 ©■ Turn right at zronds. 

(Boad to left for Santa 

Tnez.) 

105.6 •© Turn left at Solvanc. 
106.4 Cross long bridge over Santa 

Tnez Biver. You here enter 
the Gaviota Pass. 

110.4 Top of first grade, 3 to 10 per 

cent. Two short places go 
as high as 16 per cent. 

113.1 Turn left. Bottom of first 

grade. 
114.0 Top of grade of 13 per cent. 
From here on all down hill. 

116.7 •©LASCEDCES. Cross 

bridge and turn left. (Boad 
to right goes to Lompoc.) 

116.9 Cross iron bridge. 

117.7 Cross iron bridge. 

118.5 Cross iron bridge. 

119.2 Bottom of hill. Go up steep, 

sharp grade, where you come 
in sight of the ocean. 

120.6 © GAVIOTA. Straight 

ahead. 
127.0 © Cross B. B. ©. 
127.6 © Turn left across B. B., 

then right along same ©. 

128.0 Tajiguas Station on right. 

128.3 Turn right over bridge over 

B. B., then parallel B. B. 

129.5 © Turn left across B. B., 

then right along same ©. 
130.2 © Curve left across B. E. ©. 

133.1 © Turn left across B. B. ©. 

136.6 ©• Turn right. 

137.4 © Turn right. (Schoolhouse 

on left.) 
137.9 Pass through town of Naples. 

141.7 •© Turn left with road. 

141.8 •© Cross bridge over B. B., 

then turn left. 
143.0 You are out of the hills now. 
The road from Gaviota to 
here is all up and down 
short pitches of from 7 to 
12 per cent. 

145.4 Onto pavement. 

147.5 © Pass through town of Qo- 

leta. 

148.2 © Straight through xroads. 

(Boad to left to Los Olivos 

via Sun Marcrs Pass.) 
149.8 Pass macadar- road on right 

and go unler B. B. 
152.7 Off macadam. Straight on 

Hoil.jter Ave. 




153.1 •© Turn left on Mission St. 
and go two blocks. 

153.3 © Turn right on State St. on 
pavement. 

155.0 SANTA BABBABA. (Post- 
office.) 

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ROUTE 11 

SANTA BARBARA TO PASO BOBLES. 



Miles 

0.0 SANTA BABBABA. From 
Postoffice go north on State 
St. 

1.7 •© Turn left on Mission St., 

go two blocks. 

1.9 ©• Turn right on Hollister 
Ave. 

2.3 Straight on Hollister Ave. 
(Macadam.) 

6.2 Go under R. R. (Pass maca- 
dam road on left) ©. 

6.8 © Straight through xroads. 

(Road to right to Los Olivos 
via San Marcos Pass.) 

7.5 © Pass thru town of Goleta. 

9.6 End of macadam. Dirt road . 

with short, steep grades. 

12.0 This is the beginning of the 

hills to Gaviota, 7 to 12 per 
cent. 

13.2 ©• Turn right across bridge 

over R. R. 

13.3 © Turn left with road. 

17.1 Pass thru town of Naples. 

17.6 •© Turn left at school house 

on right. 

18.4 •© Turn left. 

21.9 © Cross R. R. and turn right 

©. 
24.8 © Cross R. B. and curve 

right ©. 

25.5 © Turn left across R. R., 

then right along same ©. 

26.7 Cross bridge over R. R., then 

left. 
27.4 © Turn left across R. R., 
then right along same ©. 

28.0 © Cross R. R. ©. 

34.4 © Gaviota. 

35.8 Here you leave the ocean, 

going into the mountains 
thru Gaviota Pass. 

36.5 Cross iron bridge. 
37.3 Cross iron bridge. 

38.1 Cross iron bridge. 

38.3 © Los Cruees. Turn right 

across bridge. (Road to 
left goes to Lompcfc.) 

41.0 Top of grade, 13 per cent. 

41.9 Turn right; bottom of grade 

(first). 

44.6 Top of second grade, 3 to 10 

per cent. Two short pitches 
going down to 16 per cent. 
48.6 Cross long iron bridge over 
Santa Tnez River. 

49.4 ©• Turn right at Solvane. 

50.1 •© Turn left at xroads. (Road 

to right for Santa Tnez.) 
50.8 ©• Turn right, then left with 

road. 
52.0 © Pass Ballard Postoffice. 

Pass road on right leading 

across bridge. 



Miles 

54.6 ©• Turn right' across bridge, 

then immediately left. 
(Road to right to Santa 
Barbara via San Marcos 
Pass ©.) 
55.0 Los Olivos. (Garage.) 

55.4 •© Turn left at R. R., passing 

station on right. 

55.7 © Straight along R. R, (Road 

to right leads . to Santa 
Maria via Foxen Canyon.) 

56.6 © Turn right across B. R. 

©. 

56.7 Down short, steep grade, 15 

per cent. 

57.6 Go under R. R. bridge. 

59.8 Turn right with road at foot 

of hill. 

60.5 © Turn left across R. R., 

then right along same ©. 
61.0 © Turn right across R. R. ©. 

67.2 © Cross R. R. ©. 

67.4 ©• Turn right. Go one block, 

then left, with travel. 

67.5 Straight thru Los Alamos. 
67.8 Jog right and left. 

75.0 © Turn right across R. R., 
then left along same ©. 

77.0 © Straight ahead. (For Lom- 
poc turn left across R. R.) 

79.3 © Turn left across R. R., 

then right along same ©. 
83.8 © Turn right across R. R. 
into Orcutt. 

84.4 •© Turn left at xroads. 
89.0 © Cross R. R. ©. 

89.5 © Straight through xroads. 

(Road to right goes to Los 
Olivos via Foxen Canyon.) 

90.0 © Cross R. R. ©. 

90.5 SANTA MARIA. Straight on 
Broadway. 

92.4 Cross long iron bridge. 

97.7 Nipomo. 

100.3 Bear left at inverse right 
fork. 

101.6 •© Turn left. 

102.5 © Turn left across B. B., 
then right into Berros ©. 
104.2 © Turn right across R. R. ©. 
105.5 •© Turn left. 
106.5 © Cross R. R. ©. 
106.9 Arroyo Grande. Turn left. 

107.7 Pass road on left. (Road on 

left is Gaudalupe connec- 
tion.) 

110.0 Here you come out on the 
coast again. 

110.5 Pizmo Station. © Turn right 
across R. R. ©. 

110.8 Take right fork. (Left fork 

for Pizmo.) 
111.0 © Straight. (Road to left 
for Pizmo.) 
(Continued on page 59) 



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ROUTE 12 

PASO ROBLES TO SALINAS, OAL. 
Via Jolon 



Miles 
0.0 



4.8 
6.5 



8.5 



8.8 

9.1 
9.7 

11.2 



12.7 
14.8 



15.2 
17.9 



18.2 



PASO ROBLES. Prom Sana- 
torium go north on main 
road. 

Q- Curve right thru xroads. 
(Road to left for Adelaida.) 

^ Bear right at inverse left 
fork. (Left fork for Ade- 
laida.) 

^- Curve right by mission. 
(Road to left a Jolon con- 
nection.) Q Another road 
100 ft. before mission lead- 
ing to right is known as 
Shannon Road, which leads 
to points in San Joaquin 
Valley. Proceed along R. R. 

SAN MIGUEL. P. O. on 
right. (Road straight ahead 
dry weather road.) 

fy Turn right at station on 
right, crossing R. R. @. 

•Q Cross bridge, take left 
fork, go 100 yards through 
inverse right fork. 

■Q Take left fork. (Right 
fork for Coalinga and Pair- 
field.) 

igl Direct. 

Bear left through inverse 
right fork at foot of short 
twelve per cent grade. 

Direct. 

<§) Curve across R. R. Fol- 
low same §>. 

§> Cross R. R. Follow same 



18.7 (§> Cross R. R. ©. 
19.2 © Cross R. R. ©. 
20.5 Take right fork. 

20.8 Bear right at inverse fork at 

foot of hill. 
22.0 -@ Bear left at inverse right 

fork. (Right fork for Stone 

Canyon.) 
<g> Cross R. R. and turn right 

along same ©•. 
i§> Cross R. R. and tur-n right * 

along same ©•. 
BRADLEY. •<§) Turn left one 

block, then right at post- 
office <§K 
Turn left, crossing bridge ' 

over Salinas River, then 

right ©•. 
ig) Bear left. Pass road on 

right. (Turn right for San 

Lucas, San Ardo and King 

City via Salinas River 

Route.) 
Take right fork. 
Take left fork. 



Miles 
41.5 

44.3 
45.4 
45.7 
46.8 
4S.2 
49.0 
50.3 
52.7 
56.0 



56.3 
56.5 



56.8 

60.4 
64.1 
65.6 
66.2 

72.5 
74.2 



22. .1 
28.6 
30.5 

31.0 

32.2 



32.6 
38.3 



74.5 Q 



86.0 
93.1 



93.9 

94.8 

95.2 

102.0 



103.9 <§) 

109.6 
110.1 

114.1 

115.7 

118.7 



119.3 



120.2 
120.5 



121.0 



Top of grade. Down grade 
to nine per cent. 

S» Take right fork at foot. 

Pass road on left. 

Turn right with road. 

Turn left with road. 

Turn right with road. 

•© Turn left. 

<§> Straight thru xroads. 

$• Turn right at house. 

•^ Bear left at inverse right 
fork. (Right fork for 
Lockwood.) 

Past road on right. 

@* Turn right at store. (Road 
to left goes to San Antonio 
Padua Mission.)' 

© JOLON. P. O. and hotel. 
Straight ahead. 

© Pass road on right. 

Top of grade, nine per cent. 

Bottom of grade. 

(§) Straight, passing white 
sehoolhouse on right. 

Pass road on right. 

Bear right at inverse left 
fork. 

Straight ahead. (For 
Kings City turn right across 
long bridge.) 

(§) Through Greenfield. 

©• Bear right at inverse left 
fork. (Left fork for Mis- 
sion Senora de La Soledad 
and Paraiso Hot Springs.) 

Curve right, then curve left, 
crossing wooden bridge. 

© Cross R. R. and left •©. 

<§) Pass through SOLEDAD. 

Straight, paralleling R. R. 
(Road to right to San Be- 
nito.) 

Pass through town of 
GONZALES. 

Turn right, away from R. R. 

CHUALAR. Bear left at in- 
verse left fork (g>. 

Straight through xroads. Fol- 
low R. R. 

<§) Turn left across R. R., 
then right along same i§>. 

<§) Cross R. R., then straight 
©. (Road to left leads to 
DEL MONTE and SPRECK- 
LES.) 

Take right fork, cemetery on 
left. 

Turn left on John St. 

Turn right at hospital build- 
ing On Main St. 

SALINAS. 



17 



ROUTE 13 



SALINAS TO PASO EOBLES, OAL. 



Miles 
0.0 



0.5 



0.8 
1.7 



2.3 
5.3 



6.9 
10.9 



11.4 

17.1 



18.4 



25.8 
26.2 



27.1 
27.9 



35.0 
46.5 



48.5 
54.8 
55.4 



58.9 
58.1 

60.6 
64.2 
64.5 



65.0 

68.3 
70.7 
72.0 
72.8 
74.2 
75.3 
76.7 



SALINAS. From hotel go 
south on Main St. 

Turn left on John St. on south 
side of red briek hospital 
building. (Straight for 

DEL MONTE, Monterey 
and Pacific Grove.) 

Turn right on the county road. 

Bear left past inverse right 
fork, passing cemetery. 

<§) Cross K. E., then straight. 

© Turn left across E. E., then 
right along same ©. 

Straight through xroads. 

Take right fork through town 
of Chualar. Follow road. 

Turn left at E. E. 

i§) Straight through town of 
GONZALES and parallel 
E. E. 

Straight parallel E. E. (Eoad 
to left leads to San Benito.) 

(§>- Through Soledad. 

Q Curve right across E. E. 
©. 

Cross wooden bridge. Imme- 
diately curve right and then 
left. 

•<§) Take' left fork. (Eight 
fork for Mission Senora de 
La Soledad and Paraiso Hot 
Springs.) 

<§> Through GBEENFIELDS. 
Follow wide road. 

@ Straight ahead. (For 
King City arid optional 
Bradley, turn left and cross 
long bridge.) 

Pass road on left. 

© Straight, passing school. 

Here you start up grade aver- 
aging from 3 to 9 per cent, 
of a wide, curving road. 
(In the fall this is a very 
sandy and dusty road.) 

This is the top of grade. 

Bottom of steep grade. Fol- 
low winding road down hill. 

i§> Pass road on left. 

$1 JOLON. Straight. P. O. 

•<§) Turn left at hotel. (Eoad 
to right goes to San Antonio 
Padua Mission.) 

<§>. Eight fork. (Left fork 
for Lockwood.) 

•© Turn left at ranch house. 

(§) Straight through xroads. 

^ Turn right with road. 

Turn left with road. 

Turn ri^lit with road. 

Turn left with road. 

§> Straight up steep grade up 
to 9 per cent. (Inverse 
right fork goes to Pleyto.) 



Miles 
80.5 
82.7 
84.9 
88.4 



Bottom of 10 per cent grade. 
Past inverse left fork. 
§1 Pass road on left. 
Bear left past inverse right 
fork. 

•S8.8 §> Bear right, pass road on 
left. (Turn left for San 
Lucas, San Ardo and King 
City via Salinas Eiver 
Eoute.) 

90.0 •<§) Turn left and cross bridge 
over Salinas Eiver, then 
turn right. 

90.5 •© BEADLEY. Turn left at 
Postoffice and go one block, 
where turn right past store, 
then along E. E. »©. 

92.4 •© Turn left across E. E. <§). " 
Up long hill. (Straight for 
best road to Paso Eobles. 
The only trouble with this 
road is that sometimes a 
ford on it is impassable. 
Tourists should inquire at 
Bradley for condition of 
river before going this way.) 

08.7 (§) Turn left and cross E. E., 
then straight (p). 

99.0 ©• Eight fork. (Left fork 
goes to Stone Canyon.) 

100.2 Left fork up hill. 
100.4 Pass inverse right fork. 
101.8 © Cross E. E. ©. 

102.3 $ Cross B. E. ©. 

102.8 (§) Cross E. E., curve along 
same ©. 

103.1 <§> Cross E. E. then left along 

same ©. 

106.2 Kg) Take left fork up grade. 
109.8 §> Bear right past inverse 

left fork. (Inverse left fork 
for Vineyard Canyon and 
Fairfield.) 

©< Eight fork. Go one hun- 
dred yards past inverse left 
fork, down hill, where turn 
right across bridge. 

Cross E. E., then turn left 
and go through San Miguel. 
(Eoad to right goes to 
Bradley.) •©. 

SAN MIGUEL. (Postoffice.) 

•© Curve left by mission. 
(Another roa'd on left one 
hundred feet from here 
at west corner of mis- 
sion is known as the Shan- 
non Eoad, which leads to 
points in the San Joaquin 
Valley.) Proceed straight 
along E. E. 

•<§> Take -left fork. (Eight 
fork for Adelaida.) 

•© Curve left through xronds. 

PASO EOBLES. 



111.3 



111.9 



• 112.2 
112.5 



114.5 



116.2 
121.0 



18 







ROUTE 14 



LOS 


OLIVOS TO 8ANTA MARIA SANTA MARIA TO LOS OLIVOS 




Via Foxen Canyon. 




Via Foxen Canyon 


" 


Milee 






LOS OLIV08. Go north from 


0.0 


SANTA MARIA. From cor 




station along tracks. 




ner of Guadulupe Ave. and 


n.4 


Q- Turn right across R. R. ©. 




Broadway, go south on 




(Road straight ahead option- 




Broadway. 




al road via LOS ALAMOS.) 


1.0 


•© Turn left. (Straight for 




Summit of 10 per cent grade. 




Orcutt and Los Alamos.) 


4.2 


Bottom of grade of 10 per 


2.1 


Straight thru xroads. 




cent. 


3.1 


Straight thru xroads. (Road 




Summit of grade. 




to right Los Alamos connec- 


9.3 


Straight ahead. 




tion.) 


10.9 


© Pass inverse left fork. 


4.6 


©• Turn right with rond. 
© Cross R. E. ©. 




(Inverse left fork for LOS 


5.2 




ALAMOS.) 


5.7 


©• Turn right. 

© Cross R. R. Large red 


13.1 


Turn right with road. 


6.7 


13.2 


FOXEN POSTOFFICE. 




warehouse on left. ©• 




Straight ahead. 


7.2 


Turn right with road. 


16.2 


Cross steel bridge. 


8.2 


© Pass road on right at 


18.8 


Curve left, passing road on 




water tank. 




right. Yon nrc now out of 


9.2 


© Cross R. R. and turn right. 




the hills. 




©. 


21.1 


Turn right. 


9.4 


Turn left away from R. R. 


21.5 


Turn left with road. 


1.0 


Curve right past Thorn's Inu. 


22.5 


Turn right at SISQTJOC 




(Road on left for all points 


22.3 


© Cross B. B. ©. 




in San Joaquin Valley.) 


22.9 


Cross R. R. spur. 


1.3 


Straight ahead. (OARY on 


23.2 


Parallel R. R. 




right.) 


24.0 


©• Take right fork. 


11.8 


© Cross R. R. ©. 


24.2 


© Cross R. R. ©. 


12.0 


© Pass inverse right fork. 


24.7 


Straight ahead. (GARY on 


2.8 


Curve away from R. R. 




left.) 


3.1 


Cross R. R. spur. 


25.0 


Curve left pass Thorn 's Inn. 
(Road to right for all points 


3.2 


© Cross R. R. ©. 




13.5 


Turn left at SISQUOC. 




in SAN JOAQUIN VAL- 


14.5 


Turn right with road. 




LEY.) 


14.9 


Turn left. 


26.6 


Turn right at R. R. along 


17.2 


Curve right, passing road on 




same. 




left, now enter the hills. 


20.8 


© Turn left across R. R. ©. 


19.8 


Cross steel bridge. 


27.8 


© Pass road on left. Water - 


22.8 


FOXEN. (P. O.) Straight on 




tank and windmill. 


22.9 


Turn left with road. 


28.8 


Turn left with road. 


25.1 


•© Take left fork. (Right fork 


29.3 


© Cross R. R. Large red 




for Los Alamos.) 




warehouse on right. ©. 


2<i. 7 


Straight ahead. 


30.3 


•© Turn left. 


27.5 


Summit of grade. 


30.8 


© Cross R. R. ©. 

•© Turn left with road. 


31.8 


Bottom of 8-10 per cent grade 


31.4 


32.5 


Summit of 10 per cent grade. 




35.6 


•© Turn left across R. R. © 
(Turn right for SANTA MA- 
RIA via LOS ALAMOS.) 


::2.9 


Straight through crossroads. 






(Road to left LOS ALAMOS 






connection.) 


lfi.0 


LOS OLIVOS. E. B. Station 




Straight through crossroads. 
©•Turn right onto Broadwav. 






35.0 








(Turn left for LOS ALA- 


©— 


Location <tf Goodrich <!in<i< i-<,*t 




MOS.) 
SANTA MARIA. (Business 






86.0 


Use the Goodricli Brown 




Center.) Guadulupr Ave. 
and Broadway. 


inner Tube for Touring 









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Miles 
0.0 




ROUTE 15 

SANTA BARBARA TO LOS 

ANGELES. 



Via Coast Route. 

SANTA BARBARA. From 
Postoffice go west on State 
St. 

Turn left on Ocean Blvd. 

<§>• Take right fork. 

<§) Cross B. R. @. 

Straight thru xroads. 

Curve left up hill, passing 
road on left. 

<§) Top of hill. 

SUMMERLAND. Straight 
thru town. 

© Cross R. R. §>. 

$ Cross R. R. <§. 

$ Take right fork. (Left 
fork for Santa Barbara via 
Casitas Pass.) (Pass CAR- 
PENTERIA on the left just 
before here.) Follow main 
road, which soon comes to 
the ocean shore, crossing 
and recrossing R. R. This 
is known as the Rincon cut- 
off. 

^> Cross R. R. just after long 
cement bridge, going into 
town on Main St. (§). 

(§) Pass road on left. (Turn 
left for Casitas Pass and 
Nordhoff.) 

VENTURA. (P. 0.) Straight 

thru city. 
@» Turn right on Kalorama 

St. (White church on cor.) 
Turn left •<§>. 
^ Take right fork. (Left 

fork for Los Angeles via 

Santa Paula.) 
© MONTALVO. Cross R. R. 

Cross long bridge. 

EL RIO. Qi Direct road. 
(Turn right for OXNARD.) 

<§) Straight thru x r o a d s. 
(Turn right for Oxnard, 
left for Saticoy.) 

t§> Pass road on right and im- 
mediately road on left.) 
(Road on left for Saticoy 
and Santa Paula.) 

CAMARILLO. Pass road on 
left and immediately cross 
R. R. (Turn left for Sant:\ 
Snsana Pass.) 

<§>• Turn right. 

Turn left with road. 

Beginning of Conejo grade. 

Top of grade. 

•<§> Turn left at foot of grade. 

(§) NEWBURY PARK. Post 
office on right. 






ROl'TK 15 Continued 

right fork. 
CALABASAS. (School.) 

72. 1 |J> Cross cement bridge. Bear 
left. Go 100 feet and take 
right fork £K 

73.1 ■$ Turn left. (Straight for 
Los Angeles via state high- 
way.) 

75.7 OWENSMOTJTH. Straight 
thru town Q. 

84.5 $ Cross trolley. Bear right 

©. 

85.4 VAN NTTYS. Straight on 

Boulevard. 
87.7 Q Cross R. R. Follow Boule- 
vard Q. 

91.6 ©• LANKERSHEM. Turn 

right across R. R. (Turn 
left for San Fernando.) 

92.5 §> Cross trolley @. 

94.1 §> Cross trolley and turn left. 

(Turn right for state high- 
way to Calabasas) •$)■ 

95.2 §> Straight. (Turn left for 

Burbank.) 

95.4 Summit of Cahuenga Pass. 

96.5 !§>• Take right fork. (Left fork 

optional.) 

97.3 Turn left at hotel on HoTty- 

wood Blvd. 
99.9 ©• Bear right thru five points 

on Sunset Blvd. (Turn left 

for Glendale.) 
103.8 Turn right on Beaudry Ave. 
104.4 Turn left on 2nd St. 
104.6 Turn right on FigUeroa St. 
105.2 Turn left on 7th St. 
105.4 Turn right on Olive St. 
106.0 LOS ANGELES. Goodrich 
V Building, corner 11th and 

Olive Sts. 



TOURING 



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Los Angeles 

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ROUTE 16 

LOS ANGELES TO SANTA BARBARA. 
Via Coast Route. 



Miles 

0.0 LOS ANGELES. From Good- 
rich Building, corner of 11th 
and Olive Sts., go north on 
Olive St. four blocks. 

0.4 Turn left on 7th St. Go four 
blocks. Then turn right on 
Figueroa and follow' same 
to 2nd St., where turn left 
and go two blocks. 

1.6 Turn right on Beaudry Ave. 
2.2 Bear left on Sunset Blvd. at 

hospital. 
6.1 •<§> Bear left thru 5-points 
along double car tracks on- 
to Hollywood Blvd. 

8.7 Turn right at hotel on High- 

land Ave. 

p.5 •<§) Bear left at inverse right 
fork, proceeding up to Ca- 
huenga Pass. (Inverse right 
fork optional to Los Ange- 
les.) 

10.6 Summit' of Cahuenga Pass. 

10.8 •<§> Straight. (Turn right for 

Burbank.) 

11.9 <§? Turn right across trolley 

<§). (Direct road optional to 
Calabasas. These two roads 
join again at 31.9.) 

13.5 f§> Cross trolley <§). 

14.4 LANKERSHIM. Cross R. R. 
and turn left. (Straight for 
San Fernando -^J).) 

17..". !§> Cross R. R. Follow boule- 
vard @. 

20.6 VAN NUYS. Straight on 

boulevard. 

-1.5 i§) Left across trolley and 
bear right ©. 

30.3 OWENSMOUTH. Straight 
thru town §). 

32.9 (§>• Turn right on state high- 
way. (Turn left for Los 
Angeles via state highway.) 

33:9 •© Bear left at inverse right 
fork, go 100 feet and bear 
right across cement bridge 
§». 

35.3 Calabasas. (School.) 

:!6.7 (§>• Take right fork. 

51.9 <fj> NEWBURY PARK. Post- 
office on left. 

55.0 ^> Turn right at foot of grade 

3 to 5 per cent. 

57.1 Top of Conejo grade. 

57.9 Bottom of grade, 8 per cent. 



Miles 
58.2 ©• Turn right with road. 

59.7 •<§> Turn left. 

61.8 OAMARILLO. © Cross R. 

R. ©. Keep direct road. 
(Turn right for Santa Sus- 
ana Pass ©.) 
66.6 <§> Pass road on left and im- 
mediately after road on 
right. (Road ons right for 
Saticoy and Santa Paula.) 
68.0 (§> Straight through xroads. 
(Turn left for Oxnard and 
right for Saticoy.) 

EL RIO. <§> Direct road. 
(Turn left for OXNARD.) 

Cross long iron bridge. 

MONTALVO. <§> Cross R. R. 



70.3 



70.3 

72.6 



75.7 •<§) Bear left at inverse right 
fork. (Inverse right fork 
for Los Angeles via Sau- 
gus.) 

77.4 ©• Turn right on Kalorama 
St. 

ffj Turn left on Main St. (White 
church on corner.) 

78.3 VENTURA. (P.O.) Straight 
thru city. 

78.6 © Pass road on right. (Road 

on right for Casitas Pass 
and Nordhoff.) 

78.7 <§) Cross R. R. Just before 

long cement bridge <§). (§>• 

Follow road along ocean 

shore, crossing and reeross- 

ing R. R. 
94.6 <§) Direct road. (Road on 

right for -Santa Barbara via 

Casitas Pass.) CARPEN- 

TERIA on left. 
97.3 (§! Cross R. R. and curve 

right along same (§>. 
98.0 © Cross R. R. <§). 
100.0 <§> SUMMERLAND. Straight 

up hill. 
100.6 (§) Top of hill. 
101.0 (§) Curve right at foot of hill, 

passing road on right. 
102.0 Straight thru xroads. 
103.2 © Cross R. R. (§). 
103.4 §) Bear left at inverse right 

fork on Boulevard running 

along beach. 
105.2 Turn right on State St. 
106.0 SANTA BARBARA. (P. O.) 







ROITK 17 



VENTURA TO LOS ANGELES 
Via • Santa Paula. 

0.0 VENTUBA (). 

east on Main B 
0.6 Turn right at white church on 

Kalor.iiii.i 
0.8 •© Turn Jeft. 
8.5 © Take left fork. (Right fork 

for Los Angeles via Coast 

Route.) 
7.9 Straight road. (Turn right for 

Saticoy.) 
8.4 © Straight thru xroads. (Road 

to right leads to Saticoy.) 

11.8 © Cross R. R. ©. 
12.3 Straight thru xroads. (Turn 

left for Wheeler's and 
Adams Canyons.) 

12.9 © Cross R. R~ ©. 

16.3 SANTA PAULA. Straight 

thru town on the main St. 
17.1 © Cross R. ,R. ©. 
19.6 Pass school on right. 

20.5 © Cross R. R. ©. 

22.4 Turn left. 

23.1 •© Turn left. 

23.2 ©■ Turn right at Sespee Sta. 

23.6 Cross steel bridge. 

23.7 Cross wooden bridge. 
24.2 © Turn left across R. R. and 

right along same ©. 
24.4 © Straight thru xroads. (Road 

to left goes to Squaw Flats.) 
25.6 © Direct road. 

26.0 © Turn right- and cross R. R. 

26.1 FILLMORE. Turn left •©. 
£7.2 © Cross R. R. ©. 

31.2 © Cross R. R. and bridge ©. 

32.2 Turn left. 
32.4 © Turn right. 

33.3 •© Turn left. 

33.4 © Cross R. R. ©. 
34.0 PIRU. ©• Turn right at hotel. 

Rolling hills to 41.1. 
34.4 © Cross R. R. and immediately 

steel bridge. 
34.9 © Cross R. R. ©. 

37.2 © Cross R. R. ©. 
39.4 © Cross R. R. ©. 
45.0 Cross dry river bottom. 

46.3 © Turn right across R. R. 

Castaic ©. 
46.6 Cross bridge. 
48.1. © Bear right, up short hill. 

48.6 © Pass inverse left fork. 

50.8 © SAUGUS. Pass inverse left 

fork. (Inverse left fork for 
BakersfiVl 
53.3 NEWHALL. Straight though 
town. 

53.7 © Cross R. R. ©. 



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ROUTE 17— Continued' 

Miles 

55.0 <§) Start up hill. 

Go thru tunnel at summit of 
grade. 

Cross bridge over E. R. 

Bottom of Newhall grade. 

Pass Sylmar Olive Orchard, 
the largest in the world. 

@ Pass road on right. (Road 
on right for San Fernando 
Mission. 

SAN FERNANDO. 

Pass road on right. Road on 
right for Chatsworth Park 
and Santa Susana Pass.) 

<§> Pass Mulholland Station. 

ROSCOE STATION. 

Straight ahead. 

@ Bear left and cross E. R. Q. 

•§) Turn left. 

BUEBANK. Straight through 
city. (Turn right for Sher- 
man Way.) 

<§) Pass road on right. (Right 
for Griffith Park.) 

@ Straight parallel to R. R. 
(Left for Pasadena.) 

•^ Bear left away from R. R 

(p) Straight thruxroads. (Turn 
left for Pasadena and Glen- 
dale and right for Los Ange- 
les via Los Feliz Blvd.) 

TROPICO. Straight thru town. 

@ Cross trolley @. 

(§> Pass road on left. (Road on 
left for Eagle Rock and 
Pasadena.) 

Cross cement bridge. 

@ Cross R. R. @. 

§> Cross R. R. ©. 

@» Turn right on Pasadena 
Ave. 

(§> Pass inverse left fork and 
cross viaduct. (Inverse left 
fork to Pasadena via Hunt- 
ington Drive.) 

Pass Elysian Park at end of 
viaduct. 

Straight up hill. (Turn right 
for Hollywood.) 

Thru tunnel. 

Straight on Broadway. (Left 
on First St. for Valley Blvd.) 

Turn right on 7th St. and go 
two blocks. 

Turn left on Olive St. 

LOS ANGELES. Goodrich 
Building, corner 11th and 
Olive Sts. 



You cannot go wrong on 
GOODRICH TIRES 






ROUTE 18 

LOS ANGELES TO VENTURA. 



Via Santa Paula. 






o.e 



1.6 

1.7 
3.0 



3.7 

4.1 

5.7 



8.3 
9.0 

12.6 



13.7 
14.0 
15.9 
17.0 
21.6 






23.4 



25.8 

28.5 

29.6 
31.1 

32.4 
8 



LOS ANGELES. From Good- 
rich Building, corner 11th 
and Olive Sts., go north on 
Olive St. four blocks. 

Turn right On 7th St. ami go 
two blocks. 

Turn left on If roadway.' 

First St. Straight up hill. 
(Turn right on First St. for 
Valley Blvd.) 

Go thru tunnel. 

Straight on N. Broadway. 

Bear right over R. B. viaduct 
and Los Angeles River. 

■© Left fork at end of Via- 
duct. (Kight fork for- Pasa- 
dena via Huntington Drive.) 

•© Turn left on Ave. 20. 

© Cross R. R. ©., 

© Cross K. R. ©. 

Cross cement bridge. 

© Pass road on right. (Road 
on right for Eagle Rock and 
Pasadena.) 

© Cross trolley ©. 

TROPICO. Straight thru town. 

© Straight thru xroads. (Turn 
right for Glemlale and Pasa- 
dena. Left for Los Angeles 
via Los Feliz Blvd.) 

•© Bear left to R. R, then 
right paralleling same. 

© Straight parallel to R. K. 
(Turn right for Pasadena.) 

© Pass road on left. (Turn 
left for Griffith Park.) 

BURBANK. Straight through 
city. (Turn left for the Ven- 
tura country road and Sher- 
man Way.) 

© Turn right. 

© Cross R. R. and bear right. 

Straight ahead. 

ROSCOE STATION. 

© Straight parallel to R. R. 
Pass Mulholland Station. 
Cross bridge; follow blvd. 

Pass road on loft. (Road on 
left for Chatsworth Park 
and Santa Susana Pass.)' 

SAN FERNANDO. 

© Pass road on left. (Road on 
left for San Fernando Mis 
sion.) 

Pass Sylxnar Olive-Orchard the 
largest in the world. 

start up the Newhall grade; 

Cross cement bridge over R. R. 

Go thru tunnel. 

•© Foot of descent. 

| I ross R -R. and bear right. 

NEWHALL. Straight through. 



Miles 

G SAUGUS. Take left fork 
and parallel R. R. (For 
Bakersfield take right fork 
across K. It. ©.) 
•© Take left, fork. 

38.0 •© Bear left, then right down 

short hill. 
39.5 Cross bridge. 

39.8 © Cross R. R. and immediate- 

ly turn sharp left •©. 
'39.9 Pass Castaic and parallel It. 
R. ©. 

41.1 Cross dry river bottom. Here 

onto Piru winding road with 
many sharp pitches. 
46.7 © Cross R. R. ©. 

48.9 ©. Cross R. R. ©. 

51.2 © Cross R. R. ©. 

51.7 © Cross steel bridge and If. 

R., immediately after. 

52.1 PIRU. Turn left at hotel •©. 

52.7 © Cross R. R. ©. 

52.8 1$. Turn right. " 
53.7 •© Turn left. . 
5.1.9 Turn right. 

54.9 © Cross bridge and R. R. ©. 
58.9 © Cross R. R. ©. 

60.0 ©• FILLMORE. Turn right 

and cross R. R. 

60.1 •© Turn left. 

60.5 © Direct road. 

61.7 © Straight thru xroads. 

61.9 © Turn left across R. R., im 

mediately right ©. 

62.4 Cross bridges. 

62.9 •© Turn left at Sespee Sta. 

63.0 © Turn right. 

63.7 ©• Turn right. 

65.6 © Cross R. R. ©. 

69.0 © Cross R. R. ©. 

69.8 SANTA PAULA. Straight 

thru town on the main street. 

72.2 © Cross R. R. ©. 

73.8 © Pass school house and im- 
mediately thru xroads. (Turn 
right for Wheeler's and Ad 
ams Canyons.) 

74.3 © Cross R. R. ©. 

77.7 © Straight thru xroads. (Road 

to left leads to Saticoy and 

El Rio.) 
78.2 © Straight road. (Turn left 

for Saticoy.) 
83.6 © Straight on macadamized 

street. (Inverse left fork for 

I/os Angeles via Coast 

Rout, 
85 3 ©• Turn right on Kalorama St 
85 6 Turn left at white church on 

Main St. 

86.1 VENTURA. (P. 0.) 



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ROUTE 19 

CAMARILLO TO LOS ANGELES. 
Via Santa Susana Pass. 



Miles 

0.0 CAMARILLO. From Sta. go 
northeast parallel to R. R. 

1.7 (g> Cross R. R. <§). 

2.6 $ Turn left across R. R. and 

right-along same ©. 
3.3 Left fork away from R. K. 
3.5 SOMIS. (P. 0.) Straight, thru. 

3.8 Turn right. (Left for Saticoy 

9! 75 in.) 
4.8 Parallel R. T;. 
7.0 (gi Turn right across R. R. and 

then left along same «J>. 

7.7 Pass road on left. (Road on 

left for Bardsdale 9 m. and 
Epworth 3.75 miles.) 

10.6 Direct road. (Turn left one- 
half mile for Moor Park, 
Piru 19 miles and Fillmore 
23 miles.) 

11.3 Up short 15 per cent grade. 

-11.5 Turn left at top of grade. 

12.9 <S> Straight ahead. (Road on 
right optional to Camarillo.) 

16.6 <g). Turn right. 

16.8 •<§> Turn left. (Straight for 
State Highway.) 

17.2 Cros? cement bridge and im- 

mediately pass thru town of 

sran. 

17.3 Pass road on left. (Road on 

left for R. R. Station.) 
18.5 Straight thru xroads. 
21.0 SANTA SUSANA. 
22.3 <§) Curve right across R. R. 

and left along same (§). 

24.3 (§>■ Turn right with road. 

25.4 •<§> Turn left with road. 

27.3 (§) Turn right across R. R. and 

immediately go up Santa 
Susana Pass <g). 

28.7 Summit of pass. 
.".0.2 Go under R. R. 

:!0.4 ig) Pass inverse right fork at 
foot of grade. 

31.4 -(§)Turn left at xroads. 

(Straight for Los Angeles.) 
Yellow school on corner. 

31.8 (g> Cross R. R. (Chatsworth 

R. R. Station on right.) (§>. 
36.3 •<§> Turn left with road. 
37.8 lg>-Tura right. 



Miles 

40.0 <5> Straight thru xroads, im- 
mediately cross trolley. (Road 
on left for San Fernando 
Mission, right for Van 
Nuys.) ^>. 
Take left fork. 
Pass inverse right fork. 
SAN FERNANDO. (Turn 
right on San Fernando Blvd., 
left for Bakersfield.) 
<§) Pass Mulholland Station. 
ROSCOE STATION. 
Straight ahead. 
Turn left across R. R. ©. 
fp Turn left. 

BURBANK. Straight through 
city. (Turn right for The 
Sherman Way.) 
54.6 © Pass road on right. (Bight 

for Griffith Park.) 
54.9 © Direct. (Turn left for Pas- 
adena.) 
<§>• Bear right away from R. R. 
© Straight thru xroads. (Left 
for Glendale, right for Los 
Angeles via Los Feliz Blvd.) 
TROPICO. Straight through. 
<5> Cross trolley ©. 
i$> Pass road on left. (Road on 
left for Eagle Rock and Pas- 
adena.) 
Cross cement bridge. 
<5> Cross R. R. <§>. 
<§> Cross R. R. $. 
Turn right on Pasadena Ave. 
© Pass inverse left fork and 
cross viaduct. (Inverse left 
fork for Pasadena via Hunt- 
ington Drive.) 
Pass Elysian Park at end of 

viaduct. 
Up hill. 

Go thru tunnel. 

Straight on Broadway. (Turn 
left on First St. for Valley 
Blvd.) 
Turn right on 7th St. and go 

two blocks. 
Turn left on Olive St. and go 

four blocks. 
LOS ANGELES. Goodrich 
Building, corner 11th and 
Olive Sts. 



40.3 
40.5 
40.8 



42.3 
46.9 
48.0 
49.9 
50.2 
51.3 



55.0 
56.1 



56.2 
56.7 
58.2 



59.8 
60.2 
60.3 
60.6 
60.7 



60.9 



62.2 
62.3 
62.6 



63.3 



63.5 



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ROUTE 20 

LOS ANGELES TO CAMARILLO. 
Via Santa Susana Pass. 



0.0 LOS ANGELES. From Goud- 
rich Building, corner 11th 
and Olive Sts., go north on 
Olive St. four blocks. 

0.4 Turn right on 7th St. and go 
two blocks. 

0.6 Turn left on Broadway. 

1.3 First St. Straight up hill. 
(Turn right on First St. for 
Valley Blvd.) 

1.0 Go thru tunnel. 

1.7 Straight on N. Broadway. 

3.0 Bear right over R. B. viaduct 

and Los Angeles Biver. 

3.2 •© Take left fork at end of 

viaduct. (Bight fork for 
Pasadena via Huntington 
Brive.) 

3.3 •© Turn left on Ave. 20. 

3.6 © Cross B. B. ©. 

3.7 © Cross B. B. ©. 

4.1 Cross cement bridge. 

5.7 © Pass road pn right. (Road 
on right for Eagle Rock and 
Pasadena.) 

7.2 ©Cross trolley ©. 

7.7 TROPICO. Straight thru town. 

7.8 © Straight thru xroads. (Turn 

right for Glendale and Pasa- 
dena.) Left for Los Angeles 
via Los Feliz Blvd. 

8.3 ©Bear left to R. R., then 

right, paralleling same. 
9.0 © Straight, parallel to R. R. 

(Turn right for Pasadena.) 
9.3 © Pass road on left. (Turn 

left for Griffith Park.) 

12.6 BURBANK. Straight through 

city. (Turn left for the Ven- 
tura County Road and Sher- 
man Way.) 

13.7 ©• Turn right. 

14.0 6 Cross R. R. and bear right. 
15.7 © Straight ahead. 

17.0 ROSCOE STATION. 

21.6 © Straight, parallel to R. R. 
Pass Muiholland Station. 
Cross bridge, follow blvd. 

23.1 SAN FERNANDO. Turn left 

on Chatsworth Park Drive. 
(Straight ahead for Saugus.) 

23.4 Take right fork. 

23.6 Pass inverse left fork. 

23.9 © Cross trolley track and im- 
mediately through xroads. 



Miles 

(Road on right to San Fer- 
nando Mission, one-quarter 
mile. Road on left for Van 
Nuys.) ©. , 

27.1 Turn left. 

27.6 ©-Turn right with road. 
:52.1 © Cross R. R. (Chatsworth 
R. R. Station on left.) ©. 

32.5 © Turn right at xroads. (Turn 

left for Los Angeles.) Yel 
low school on corner. 

©• Take right fork. 

Co under R. R., up grade. 

35.2 Summit of Santa Susana Pass. 

36.6 © Cross R. R. at foot of grade 

and immediately turn left ©. 

38.5 ©Turn right with road. 

39.6 •© Turn left with road. 

41.6 © Curve left across R. R., then 

right along same ©. 
42.9 SANTA SUSANA. 
15.4 Straight thru xroads. 
4G.fi Pass road on right. 

46.7 Pass through town of SIMI 

and immediately cross ce- 
ment bridge. 
■17.1 ©Turn right. (Turn left for 
state highway.) 

47.3 •© Turn left. 

51.0 © Straight ahead. (Left op- 
tional.) 

52.0 Turn right at top of grade. 
52.6 Foot of short 15 per cent 

grade. 

53.3 Direct road. (Turn right one- 

half mile for Moor Park, 
Pirn 19, and Fillmore 23.) 

56.1 Pass road on right. (Road on 

right leads to Bardsdale, 9 
ni., and Epworth, 4 m.) 

57.0 © Cross R. R. ©. 

60.1 Turn left. (Straight for Sati 

coy, 10 m.) 

60.4 SOJDS. (P. O.) Straight thru 

town. 

60.6 Pass inverse left fork and 

parallel R. R. 

61.7 Turn left across R. R. and 

right along same. 
(12.2 © Cross R. R. ©. 
63.9 CAMARILLO. B. R. Station. 

(Turn right for Ventura and 

left for Los Angeles via state 

highway.) 



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ROUTE 21 

SAUGUS TO BAKERSFIELD 
Via Mint Canyon. 



Miles 
0.0 



0.7 



4.5 
6.6 

6.9 
12.8 

15.3 

18.4 
19.7 

20.6 
22.5 
22.9 



25.0 

25.8 
27.9 



29.8 
30.2 



33.0 



(Inverse 
to Agua 

(Inverse 



37.0 © 



38.4 
39.5 



8S1.9 
40.5 

41.1 

' 

I 

40.9 
48.7 



SAUOTJS. §>• From garage 
take right fork across R. R. 
£>, then parallel R. R. 

©• Right fork (left fork for 
San Francisquito Canyon). 
Follow good winding narrow 
road paralleling R. R. 
Left fork. 

Turn left. (Straight ahead 
for Soledad Canyon.) 

©•Turn right. 

■^ Left fork; follow narrow 
road into mountain canyon. 

Curve left, then right, up 
short 13% grade. 

•Q Left fork. Up 12% grade. 

House on left. Water. Up 
short 16% grade. 

© Straight thru cross roads. 

§> Straight ahead. 

ig> Straight ahead, 
right fork goes 
Dulce Canyon.) 

(§> Straight ahead, 
right fork goes to Escondid 
Canyon and Puritan Mine.) 

§> Straight ahead. (Inverse 
fork for Red River Mine.) 

©• Turn right and immedi- 
ately left •<§) along R. R. at 
Acton. (For Soledad Can- 
yon straight ahead.) 

©» Turn right across R. R. (§>. 

•$> Left fork. (Right fork 
for Aliso Canyon.) 

§> Turn left across R. R. (§) 
then immediately right. 
Pass Vincent Station on 
right. Down 5% grade. 

Bear right across R. R. 
then left <§). Pass Harold. 

© Straight thru crossroads. 

(§> Straight thru crossroads. 
One hundred yards from 
here bear left •© at inverse 
right fork. 

PALMDALE. (Gas and sup- 
plies.) 

(§> Turn left across R. R. §) 
then straight ahead. 

§>• Turn right with travel. 
Parallel R. B. 

&>■ Hear sharp right across 
bridge. 

(§> Straight ahead. 

Straight thru crossroads. 

Again, 47.8 in. 
<J> Straight thru crossroads. 

(Turn left for Delsur, 9 

miles and Fairmount 18 

miles.) 



Miles 
49.0 Q- Turn right. 

49.4 Turn left. 

49.5 Curve right. 

49.8 LANCASTER. K$> Turn lef 

one block before R. R. 
51.0 Turn left. 

52.0 i§) Straight on graded road. 

Cross bridge, 52.7. 

56.4 Straight thru crossroads. 

58.4 ©• Turn right at xroads. 
(Turn left for Delsur, 
straight ahead for the Tejou 
Pass.) » 

60.1 Turn left. 

60.2 Turn right with road. 

62.3 ©• Take right fork. 

68.1 Turn left along fence. Thru 

xroads. 

68.6 ©* Turn right at crossroads. 

(Left for Elizabeth Lake.) 
70.8 Turn right at end of road, 
passing two roads on left. 

71.4 •<§> Turn left. 

71.5 WILLOW SPRINGS. Curve 

left with road. Up 0% 
grade. 

72.2 •© Left fork. (Right fork 

for Mojave.) By taking this 
left fork you cut off about 
15 miles from tho Mojave 
route. It is as good a road 
with possibly a little heavier 
grades. 

77.2 (§) Straight thru crossroads. 
77.8 Cross Aqueduct and straight 

thru crossroads. 
82.8 Pass thru "gato. (Please 
close.) 

83.1 OAK CREEK. (Water.) 

83.3 Pass thru gate.- (Plcaso close.) 

84.2 © Thru crossroads and imme- 

diately across wooden 
bridge. Road to right goes 
to Mojave. (After crossing 
bridge up grades to 15%.) 

84.8 Pass thru gate. (Please close.) 

85.3 Up long grade to 15%. Top 

of grado at 87.5. 

88.0 Pass thru gate. (Please chose.) 

Ranch house on right. 

88.4 Bottom of grade. Then up 

grade to 12%. 

88.9 Top of grade. Follow wind- 

ing road down grade to 8%. 

90.1 •<§> Turn left along fence. 

Thru xroads, 90.6. 

91.2 <Je Turn right between fences. 
92.4 •§> Turn left at R. R., crossing 

a wye. 
93.4 Straight thru crossroads. 

94.3 TEHACHAPI. Turn left one 

block beyond station. 



29 



ROUTE 21 -Continued 



VUlei 

94.9 Turn right.. 
97.5 «5> Turn right. 
I'S.U Down Bhort 15% grade. Pass 
ranch on left. 

101.0 Top of Tehachapi Pass. From 

here to Bakersfield is mostly 

down hill. 
102.9 © Cross E. K. Q. 
104.3 $1 Cross E. E. §). 

105.3 $ Cross E. E. §). Cross 

small ford, 105.7. 

105.9 @> Cross E. E. Pass WOOD- 
TOED STATION. 

100.5 Turn right at yellow school- 
house, leaving E. E. 

1(17.9 <§) Cross E. E. <g>. 

108.4 §1 Cross E. R. ®. 

110.5 Cross wooden bridge. . 
112.8 •<§) Take left fork. (Eight 

fork to Caliente.) 

120.8 §» Turn right at foot of 
White Wolf grade. You are 
now in the San Joaquin 
Valley. This grade is very 
long and steep and also 
winding. Great caution 
should be used in traveling 
over it. Eoad bed at this 
time is excellent. 

121,4 -@ Turn left. Large rock pile 
on left. 

122.1 Curve left at fence corner. 



Miles. 

124.1 

125.0 

126.1 

127.6 

128.4 

128.8 
129.2 
130.4 
130.6 
134.3 



135.0 <g> 



135.2 
138.0 
138.4 
138.9 



139.1 
139.4 



140.5 



$>• Take right fork. 

Under electric power line. 

@> Turn right at poles. 

•@ Left fork, leaving poles. 

•@ Bear left at inverse right 
forks. 

Turn right. 

Turn left. 

(§> Straight ahead. 

•<§> Take left fork. 

§>• Bear right at inverse left 
forks. 

Bear left along E. E. at in- 
verse right forks. (Eight 
fork goes to Edison; also 
optional road to the Pass.) 

@ Pass oil road on left. 
Straight ahead on oil road. 

@. Cross two R. Es. <§), bear 
left, passing KEEN JCT. 

<S) Cross E. E. @, passing 
large E. E. shops on right. 

KEEN STATION. Turn left 
•© on Kern Ave., go two 
blocks. 

<§>« Turn right on Grove St. 

Curve left with car line on to 
19th St., then straight 
ahead. 

BAKERSFIELD. 



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ROUTE 22 

BAKERSFIELD TO SAUGUS, CAL. 
Via Tehachapi and Mint Canyon. 



Miles 




Miles 


0.0 


BAKERSFIELD. From cor- 


12.1 




ner 19th and Chester St. go 


12.9 




in a southwesterly direction 






on 19th St. 


14.4 


1.1 


Curve right with car Hue on 






Grove St. 


15.5 


1.4 


Turn left on Kern Ave. and 


16.4 




go two blocks. 


18.4 


1.6 


KEEN STATION. Turn 


19.1 


2.1 


right. 
<§> Cross E. E. Q. (R. R. 


19.7 


2.5 


shops on left.) 
Bear right, passing Kern 
Junction. @ Cross E. E. @. 




5.3 


Pass oil road on right. 
(Straight on oil road.) 




5.5 


^* Take right fork away from 
E. E. (Left fork to Edison, 


27.7 


0.2 


also optional road.) 
■Q Take left fork. 


30.0 


9.9 


<5> Pass inverse left fork. 


32.1 


10. 1 


ig) Straight ahead. 


32.6 


11.3 


Turn right. 


34.0 


11.7 


Turn left. 





©• Take right fork. 

Pass inverse left fork, follow 
telephone line. 

•^ Turn left, away from tele 
phone line. 

Under electric power line. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Curve right at fence corner. 

(§>• Turn right. (Large rock 
pile on right.) 

Ǥ) Turn left at foot of White 
Wolf grade. You now are 
ascending into the Teha- 
chapi Mountains. Caution, in 
going up this grade is long, 
steep and winding. 

@ Pass inverse left fork. 
(Inverse left fork for Cali- 
ente.) 

Cross wooden bridge. 

© Cross R. R. i§>. 

@ Cross R. R. §>. 

Turn left at. yellow school- 
house, leaving R. R. 



30 



ROl'TE 22 Continued 



- 

I 
"ii ©. 
35.3 C Cross B. R. Q. 
36.2 $ Cross R. R. ©. 
R. R. ©. 
nit of Tehachapi Pass. 

42.5 Bottom of 15 per cent grade. 

Pass ranch on right. , 

43.0 •© Turn left. 

45.6 •© Turn 1c 

46.2 TEHACHAPI. ©• Turn right 

on the main street. Straight 
ahead. 

47.1 Straight through xroads. 

48.1 © Turn right away from R. 
R., just after crossing a 
wye. 

49.3 •© Turn left. 

50.4 Turn right, follow winding 

road up grade to 8 per cent. 

51.6 Top of grade. 

52.1 Bottom of grade. 

52.5 Through gate. Ranch house 

on left. 

55.2 Foot of long 15 per cent 

grade. 

55.7 Pass through gate. 

56.3 © Cross bridge and immedi- 

ately through xroads. (Turn 
left for Mojave.) 

57.2 Through gate. 

57.4 Oak Creek. (Water.) 
57.7 Pass through gate. 

62.7 Straight through xroads, 
across aqueduct. 

63.3 © Straight through xroads. 

69.3 © Pass inverse left fork. 

(Inverse left fork for Mo- 
jave.) 
r.9.0 WILLOW SPRINGS. Turn 
left at end of buildings. 

69.1 ©• Turn right. 

69.7 Turn "left, passing two 1 oada 

on right. 
71.9 •© Turn left at xroads. 

(Straight for Elizabeth 

Lake.) 

72.4 Through xroads and turn 

right along fence. 

78.2 © Pass inverse right fork. 

80.3 Turn left with road. 

80.4 Turn right. 

S2.1 © Turn left at xroads. 

(Straight for Delsur and 

Tejon.) 
S4.1 Straight through xroads. 
38.") Straight ahei 
Sft.n Turn right. 

90.7 LANCASTER. Turn right. 

91.0 Curve left. 

91.1 Turn right. 

91.5 •© Turn left. 

91.8 Straight through xroads. 

(Turn right for Delsur. 9 
miles, and Fairmont. IS 
miles.) 



Miles 

93.6 Straight through xroads. 
Again at 94.5. 

95.3 © Straight ahead. 

98.0 Cross bridge and take left 
fork. 

99.4 •© Turn left. 

100.0 © Cross B. B. and turn right 

©. 

100.6 PALMDALE. (Gas and sup- 

plies.) 

101.0 •© Take left fork and imme- 

diately go through xroads. 

102.1 © Straight through xroads. 
103.5 © Bear right across B. R., 

then left at Harold Sta. ©. 

107.5 © Turn left across R. E. and 

then immediately right at 
Vincent Station ©. 
110.3 Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork for Aliso 
Canyon.) 

110.7 © Cross B. B. and turn left 

©. 

112.6 © Turn right, then immedi- 

ately left, away from B. B. 
at ACTON. (Turn left for 
Soledad Canyon.) 

114.7 •© Take left fork. (Take 

right fork for Red Rover 
Mine.) 

115.5 © Take right fork. (Take 

left fork for Escondido Can- 
yon and Puritan Mine.) 

117.6 © Take right fork. (Left 

fork for Agua Dulce Can- 
yon.) 
118.0 © Straight ahead. Banger's 
House on right. 

119.0 Straight through xroads. 

120.8 House on right. 

122.1 Pass inverse left fork. 

125.2 Curve left and right. 

127.7 © Pass inverse left fork at 

bottom of short 13 per cent 
grade. 
133.fi .© Turn left around bad' 
curve. 

133.9 © Curve right. (Turn left 

for Soledad Canyon.) Not 
used much by cars on ac- 
count of water. 
l.'JG.O Pass inverse left fork. 

139.8 Curve left past inverse right 

fork. (Inverse right fork 
for San Franeisquito Can- 



SATJGUS. 
R. R. 

< In\ ■ 

Santa Paula.) 

tli Route 1" 
to Los Angeles. 



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ROUTE 23 



BAKERSFIELD TO TAFT 


TAFT TO BAKERSFIELD. 




Via Kern River Bridge. 




Via Kern River Bridge. 


Miles 


Miles 


0.0 


BAKERSFIELD. From Chester 


0.0 


TAFT. From R. R. station go 




and 19th Ave. go in northerly 




north. 




direction on 19th Ave. two 


0.4 


turn right at end of street. 




blocks. 




(For MeKittrick turn left 


0.2 


Turn left on H St. Keep di- 




across R. R., then immedi- 




rect road for next 7.6 miles. 




ately right.) 


0.5 


Cross R. R. 


0.8 


Pass inverse right fork. 


7.8 


Turn right at xroads along line 


1.0 


Pass inverse right fork. 




of telephone poles running on 


2.1 


Take right fork. 




both sides of road. Keep di- 


3.2 


Straight through xroads. 




rect road for next 16.7 miles. 


3.3 


Take right fork. 


12.4 


Cross R. R. at Bannister Sta- 


3.4 


Pass inverse left fork and iu- 




tion. 




verse right fork together. 


12.0 


Straight past road on left. 


3.9 


Pass inverse left fork. (In- 




(Large sehoolhouse on cor- 




verse left fork optional 




ner. Turn left for Mari- 




road.) 




copa.) 


6.4 


Pass inverse left fork. 


24.3 


Cross bridges over Kern River. 


7.6 


Take right fork. 


24.5 


Take left fork at pumping sta- 


15.0 


Curve right past inverse loft 




tion. (Right fork for Me- 




fork at Pumping Station. 




Kittrick.) 




(Inverse left fork for Me- 


31.9 


Pass inverse right fork. 




Kittrick.) 


33.1 


Take left fork. 


15.2 


Cross bridges over Kern River. 


35.6 


Take left fork. (Right fork 


26.6 


Straight past road on right. 




optional road.) 




(Large school house on cor- 


36.1 


Take center fork. 




ner. Turn right for Mari- 


36.2 


Pass inverse right fork. 




• copa.) 

Cross R. R. at Bannister Sta. 


36.3 


Straight through xroads. 


27.1 


37.1 


Pass inverse right fork. 


31.7 


Turn left at xroads, away from 


38.5 


Take right fork. 




double line of telephone 


3877 


Take right fork. 




poles. 


39.1 


Turn left just before R. R. 


39.0 


Cross R. R. 




tracks. (For MeKittrick 


39.3 


Turn right off H St. on 19th 




cross tracks and immediately 




Ave. 




turn right.) 


39.5 


BAKERSFIELD. (Chester and 


30.5 


TAFT. (R. R. Station.) 




19th Ave.) 



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ROUE 24 



BAKERSFIELD TO TAFT. 
Vis Maricopa. 

0.0 BAKERSFIELD. From Ches 
ml 19th Ave. go in a 
nortli' 'ion on 19th 

Ave. 2 blocks. 
0.2 Torn left on H St. Keep di- 
rect road for next 6.7 miles. 
0.5 Cross R. R. 

7.8 Turn right at xroads along line 
of 'phone poles, running on 
both sides of road. Keep di- 
or next 16.7 miles. 
R. R. at Bannister Sta- 
tion. 
12.9 Turn left on Connors Levee 
road. (Straight for Taft via 
Kern River bridge.) Two 
story school on right. 
17.0 Straight through xroads. 

19.0 Pass road on right and imme- 

diately cross R. R. at Connors 
Station. (Road on right leads 
to Buena Vista Lake.) 

22.1 Pass Half-way House. 

25.9 Turn right through irregular 

xroads. 
33,1 Straight through xroads. 

40.1 Cross R. R. 

40.2 Cross R. R. 

42.3 Gross R. R. 

42.6 Turn right at schoolhouse. 
42.9 MARICOPA. (Garage) Turn 

right. 

43.1 Pass inverse left fork. 
43.3 Cross R. R. 

45.3 Pass inverse left fork. 

45.9 Straight through xroads. 

46.3' Take left fork. 

48.2 Pass inverse right fork. 

48.7 Take right road at irregular 

xroads. 
50.0 Pass inverse left fork. 
50.2 Turn right across R. R., then 

immediately left. 
.10.4 TAFT. (R. R. Station.) 



TAFT TO BAKERSFIELD. 
Via Maricopa. . 
Miles 
0.0 TAFT. From R. R. station go 

south one block. 
0.2 Turn right across R. R., then 

immediatelv left. 
0.4 Take left fork. 
0.7 Take left road at irregular 
xroads. 

2.2 Take right fork. 

4.1 Pass inverse left fork. 

straight through xroads. 
5.1 Take left fork. 
7.1 Cross R. R. 

7.3 Take left fork, follow to end 

of street. 
7 .."> MARICOPA. (Garage.) Turn 
left at end of street. 

Turn ieft around schoolhouse. 

Cross R. R. 

Cross R. R. 

Cross R. R. and keep direct 
road. 

Straight through xroads. 

Turn left through irregular 
xroads. 

Pass the Half-way House. 

Cross R. R. and immediately 
pass road on left. (Road on 
left for Buena Vista Lake. 
Connors Station on left.) 

Straight through xroads. 

Turn right. Two-story grey 
schoolhouse on corner. (Left 
for Taft via Kern River 
bridge.) 

Cross R. R. at Bannister Sta- 
tion. 



7.8 

8.1 

10.2 

10.3 

17.3 
24.5 

28.3 
31.4 



33.4 
37.5 



38.0 
42.6 



49.9 
50.2 



50. 1 



Turn left at xroads away from 
double line of 'phone poles. 

Cross R. R. 

Turn right off H St. on 19th 
Ave. 

BAKERSFIELD. Chester and 
19th Ave. 



Miles 
42.5 
43.0 
43.0 



ROUTE 44— Continued 

Miles 
Merritt on right. 



Turn left onto 
Creek 



OAKLAND 

" Broadway. 
Foot of Broadway. 

route ferry slip. 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

These ferries leave for San 
Francisco at quarter before 



the hour and every hour 
afterwards, up to 8:15 P. M. 
The regular ferries do not 
carry cars except in the early 
morning and late evening. 

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ROUTE 25 



BAKERSFIELD TO FRESNO. 



Miles 

0.0 BAKERSFIELD. From 19th 

St. and Chester Ave., the 

Southern Hotel, go east on 

Chester Ave. Follow ear 

tracks. 
0.4 Cross R. R. then straight 

ahead on oil macadam road, 

leaving car tracks. 
1.5 Pass Kern County fair 

grounds. 
1.8 Cross long cement bridge 

over river. 

2.4 Turn left with pavement. 

3.2 l§) Cross R. R. then immedi- 
ately left •<§>, parallel to 
same. 

9.5 Cross wooden bridge then 

straight 'ahead parallel to 

R. R. 
13.1 @ Pass Lerdo Flag Station on 

left. 
21.3 FAMOSO. <§) Straight along 

R. R. (Right fork goes to 

Porterville and Visalia.) 
22.3 Curve left across R. R. (R. 

R. Signs) then right parallel 

to R. R. 
26.9 MacFARLAND. §) Straight' 

along R. R. 
32.5 <§>■ Turn right across R. R., 

then left •<§!, parallel -to R. 

R. 
33.3 DELANO. Straight along 

R. R. 

34.8 Straight along line of tele- 

phone poles. 

35.9 Straight ahead, leaving poles. 
40.9 @ Straight thru cross roads. 
42.0 -@ Turn left at cross roads. 
+2.5 Straight thru cross roads. 
43.0 ^>» Turn right at cross roads. 
4.3.7 •(J) Take left fork at fence 

corner. 

44.7 Curve right at R. R. immedi- 

ately cross wooden bridge, 
then parallel to R. R. 

48.0 . -^) Turn left at cross roads. 

48.3 Curve right. 

48.5 PIXLEY STA. Parallel rail- 
road. -» 

49.1 <§>• Take right fork away from 

R. R. passing thru eucalyp- 
tus grove. 

51.4 (§) Straight thru crossroads 

along line of telephone 
poles. 
52.4 i§) Turn left with telephone 
poles. 

52.8 <§>* Turn right with poles. 

54.9 •© Turn left. 

55.4 (§>• Turn right at railroad, 

then parallel same. 
55.8 Pass Tipton Station, then 

straight ahead parallel to R. 

R. 



Miles 

60.5 Ǥ> Turn left. 

60.9 1$ Cross R. R. then turn 
right @> parallel to same. 

66.0 •<§) Turn left away from R. R., 

then right (§r. 

66.3 •<§) Turn left then immedi- 

ately right ©• on South H 
St. 

66.8 TULARE. Straight aheaTi on 

H Street. (For business 
center turn right on Keru 
St. and go two blocks.) 

66.9 Turn left on Tulare St. 
67.2. <§>• Turn right on" D St. one 

block from brick school 
house. 

67.4 <§> Cross R. R. then left ■<§ 

parallel to same. 
(iS.l <§>• Turn right away from R. 
R., then follow line, of tele- 
phone poles. 

72.1 Kgl Bear left at inverse right 

forks, along R. R. 

72.3 (§) Curve right across R. R. 

then left •@, parallel to 
same. 

72.7 Bear right, leaving R. R. 

73.2 Turn left with road. 

74.4 «@ Turn left at cross roads. 
75.4 ^ Turn right at R. R. then 

parallel same. 

79.0 •<§> Turn left across R. R. and 

then right <§>• (Road to right 
goes to Visalia and Porter- 
ville). (Road straight 
ahead leads to Hanford.) 
79.9 Pass GOSHEN JUNC. 

80.1 Curve right, crossing two R. 

Rs., ©, then bear left par 
allel to another R. R. 

87.2 <§>• Turn right across R. R. (§>. 

then left parallel to same. 

87.8 Pass Traver Station. 

58.3 Turn left acTOss R. R. <§> then 

right parallel same. 

91.9 Cross bridge. 

93.6 <§> Pass thru town of KING-S- 

BTTRG, paralleling R. R. 
98.8 © Pass thru SELMA, still 
paralleling R. R. 

104.5 (§) Pass thru FOWLER, par- 

alleling R. R. tracks. 
105.1 © Straight parallel to R. R. 
109.3 <§) Pass Malaga Sta. on right. 

110.6 <§) Cross R. R., (§>, then par- 

allel with same R. R. you 
have been coming along. 

111.3 Cross R. R. spur. 

113.3 (§>• Turn right crossing K. R. 
on Cherry Ave. Go one 
block then turn left •<§) on 
I St., then straight ahead. 

114.5 FRESNO. Business' center. 
I and Mariposa Sts. 



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ROlTi: 2(, 



FRESNO TO BAKERSFIELD 
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FRESNO. From I and Mnri 
posa Sts. go south on I St. 






to end, where go right. on 


53.6 




Cherry Ave. 


54.0 




Cross R. K.. then turn left 
parallel to same. 


58.7 




Cross B. R. spur. 


59.1 




Cross R. R., and parallel an- 


59.6 




other R. R. 


61.7 




Pass Malaga Station, parallel- 






ing R. R. 


62.1 




Straight ahead, paralleling R. 






R. (Road to left goes to Di- 


63.1 




nuba.) 






I'.ass through Fowler, parallel- 


65.4 




ing R. R. tracks. 


66.0 


16.7 


Pass through Selma, still par- 


66.2 




alleling R. R. tracks. 


66.5 


20.0 


Pass through town of Kings- 
burg. 


69.8 


__ • 


Cross bridge over King's 


70.8 




River. 


71.5 




Turn left across R. R.. then 


72.0 




right parallel to same. 


72.5 


26.7 


Pass Traver Station. 


73.6 


27.3 


Turn right across R. R., then 
left along same. 


78.6 


:;4.4 


Cross two R. Rs., then curve 
to left. 


79.7 



34.6 



.'.'.i.l 
Ki.l 
11.3 

41.8 

42.2 
!2.4 

W.4 

47.1 
47.3 
47.6 

47.7 



48.2 



Pass GOSHEN Junction Sta 
tion. 

Turn left across R. R., then 
immediately right parallel 
to same. (Road to right 
goes to Hanford. Road 
straight ahead after cross- 
ing R. R. goes to Porterville 
and Visalia.) 

Turn left away from R. R. 

Turn right at crossroads. 

1 urn right with road. 

Bear left at R. R., paralleling 
same. 

Curve right across R. R., then 
left along same. 

Take right fork. 

Turn left along R. R. 

Turn right across B. B. 

Turn left onto Tulare St 

Turn right onto South "H" 
St. 

TTJIiABE. Straight on. (For 
business center, turn left on 
Kern St. and go 2 blocks.) 

Curve left and then immedi- 
ately right. 



81.2 
82.0 
87.6 
92.2 
93.2 

101.4 
105.0 

110.5 
112.1 

112.7 

113.0 

114.0 
114.5 



Turn left, then right along 
B. B. 

Turn right across E. B. 

Turn right. 

Pass Tipton Station. Parallel 
to B. B. 

Turn left away from R. B, 

Turn right. 

Turn left away from tele- 
phone poles. 

Turn right away from tele- 
phone poles. 

Straight ahead through cross- 
roads. 

Bear left along R. R. 

Pass Pixley Station. 

Curve left. 

Turn right at crossroads. 

Cross wooden bridge, then 
curve left away from B. B. 

Curve right at fence corner. 

Turn left at xroads. 

Straight through xroads. 

Turn right at xroads. 

Straight through xroads. 

Straight along with telephone 
poles. 

Straight ahead, leaving tele- 
phone poles. 

DELANO. Straight along R. 
B. 

Turn right across R. R., then 
left along same. 

MacFARLAND. Straight 
along B. E. 

Curve left across R. R., then 
right parallel to same. 

FAMOSO. Straight along 
E. E. (Inverse left fork 
goes to Porterville and Vi- 
salia.) 

Pass Lerdo. 

Cross wooden bridge then 
straight parallel to R. B. 

Turn right and cross R. R. 

Curve right with macadam. 

Cross long cement bridge over 
the river. 

Pass Kern County Fair 
Grounds. 

Cross B. R., then straight 
ahead with street car tracks. 

BAKERSFIELD. Nineteenth 
and Chester Aves. Hotel 
Southern. 



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ROUTE 27 

BAKEESFIELD TO VISALIA, CAL. 



Mile; 




Miles 


0.0 


BAKEBSFIELD. From 19th 


59.4 




St. and Chestef Ave. go east 


59.5 




on Chester Ave. Follow car 






tracks. 




0.4 


© Cross B. B. ©, then straight, 
leaving car tracks. 


60.6 


1.5 


Pass Kern County Fair 


60.7 




Grounds. 


61.0 


1.8 


Cross long cement bridge over 
river. 


61.3 


2.4 


•© Turn left with pavement. 


61.7 


4.0 


© Cross B. B., then left along 
same (§>. 




9.5 


Cross wooden bridge, then 
straight, parallel to E. E. 


67.5 


13.1 


© Pass Lerdo Flag Station on 

left. 
© FAMOSO. Take right fork. 


71.5 


21.3 


73.0 




(Left fork for Fresno.) 




21.6 


Pass inverse left fork just be- 
fore eanal. 


73.2 


23.7 


Straight through xroads. ' 


74.0 


24.1 


© Cross B. B. ©. 


75.8 


26.7 


Straight through xroads. 
(Left for McFarland.) 


76.2 


27.7 


Straight through xroads. 


81.3 




(Left for McFarland.) 


81.8 


31.8 


Straight through xroads. 




32.8 


Straight through xroads. 


81.9 


33.8 


©• Turn right at xroads. (Left 


82.3 




for Delano and Tulare.) 


82.4 


35.9 


Straight through xroads. 




36.4 


©• Turn right. 

Cross B. B. and immediately 


82.8 


38.5 






turn left along same. Par- 


82.9 




allel for next 6.8 miles. 


86.3 


40.3 


Straight through town of Bieh • 






Grove. 


87.3 


40.8 


Straight through irregular 






xroads. 


89.3 


45.3 


Swing left across E. B. and 
then right along same. 




48.0 


© Turn right at xroads. (Left 


89.8 




optional road to Famoso.) 


91.4 


48.4 


© Cross E. B. and immediately 


92.2 




turn left at town of DU- 






COEE ©. 




54.4 


Straight past town of TEEBA 


92.6 




BELLA. 


93.1 


55.4 


© Turn left across E. B. and 





then right along same 



Pass Ponca Station. 

© Turn right across E. E. and 

then immediately left along 

same ©. 
Jog right, then left at city 

limits at Porterville. 
Cross E. E. 

Jog left and right on Main St. 
POBTEBVTT.f.n Straight to 

end of street. 
© Turn left on Sunnyside St. 

Follow direct road for next 

9.8 miles. 
Straight through town of 

STEATHMOEE. 
•© Turn left at xroads, follow- 
ing Honolulu St. into - 
LINDSEY. Turn right at E. 

E. 
Turn left and cross E. E. and 

then straight on Hermosa St. 
Straight through xroads. 
© Turn right at end of road. 
Straight thru xroads. (Turn 

left for TULAEE.) 
© Cross E. E. ©. 
Turn left at irregular xroads 

and go one block. 
Turn left on pavement. 
EXETEB. Turn left. 
Cross B. E., then straight to 

end of street. 
Turn right and then go one 

block. 
•^) Turn left. 
Straight through town of 

BBUNDAGE. 
Straight ahead. . (Turn left for 

TULAEE.) 
© Turn right and imme'di- 

ately cross wooden bridge 

over canal. 
•© Turn left at B. E. 
Turn right and cross E. E. 
Turn left and cross B. B. and 

go three blocks. 
Turn right. 
VISALIA. (National Bank of 

Visalia.) Turn left on Main 

St. for Fresno. 



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KOI II. 2S 

V1SALIA TO BAKEKSFIELD. 



0.0 VI3ALIA. I 

Bank of Visalia go south. 
!'irn left an Mo. -Us. 

Crow K. If. and turn riglit. 

1.7 Truss R. li. an<l turn I 

3.3 ©• Turn right away from K. R. 

3.8 *C- ooden bridge and 

. t fly turn li 
straight ahead. (Turn right 

for TULARE.) 
straight through town of 

BRUNDAGE. 
10.2 £• Turn right and g 

block. 
Turn left. 
Cross R. R. 
EXETER. Turn right. 
Turn right off pavement and 

go one block. 
Turn right at irregular xroads. 
•<J> Cross R. R. £>. 
Straight through xroads. 

(Turn right for TULARE.) 
•© Turn left. 
Straight through xroads. 
Cross R. K. and turn right. 
LINDSEY. Turn left at R. B. 

Station. 
<^- Turn right at xroads. 
Straight through town of 

STRATHMOBE. 
•^ Turn right. 
POBTERVILLE. Straight 

through city. 
Jog right and left. 
Cross R. R. 
Jog right and left. 
^> Turn right across R. R., 

then immediately left across 

same. 
Pass Ponca Station. 
Turn right across R. R. at 

town of DUCOEE. 



10.3 
10.7 

11.2 

11.3 
11.8 
16.9 

17.3 
18.1 
19.9 

21.6 

25.6 

I 
31.8 

12 1 
32.4 

.. 6 



i 



Miles 

35.1 -Q Turn left at xroads. 

(Straight notional.) 
37.7 •$> Turn left across R. B., then 

right across same Q. 

38.7 Straight past town of TERBA 

BELLA. 

47.8 Swing left across R. R., then 

right along same. 
58.3 Straight through irregular 

xroads. 
52.8 Straight through RICH 

GBOVE. 

54.6 Turn right across K. B. 

56.7 •$ Turn left. 

■ r >7.2 Straight through xroads. 
59.3 •<§> Turn left at xroads. (Turn 
right for Delano and Tulare.) 
60.3 Straight through xroads. 

61.3 Straight through xroads. 

65.4 Straight through xroads. 

(Turn right for McFarland.) 
66.4 Straight through xroads. 

(Turn right for McFarland.) 
69.0 <§) Cross R. B. <§>. 

69.4 Straight through xroads. 

71.5 Take left fork across canal. 

i §> FAMOSO. Curve left along 
R. R. (Inverse right fork 
for Fresno via Tulare.) 

80.0 Pass Lerdo Flag Station on 

right. 

83.6 Cross wooden bridge. 

89.1 Cross B. E. 

90.7 §>• Turn right with pavement. 
91.3 Cross long cement bridge over 

river. 

91.6 Pass Kern County Fair 

Grounds. 

92.7 <§> Cross R. R. (§), going into 

city on Chester Ave. 
98.1 BAKEESFIELD. 19th and 
Chester Ave. 




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ROUTE 29 



VISALIA TO FEESNO, CAL. 


FEESNO TO VISALIA, CAL. 




Via Goshen Junction 




Via Goshen Junction 


Miles 


Miles 


0.0 


VISALIA. From National 


0.0 


FEESNO. From I and Mari 




Bank of Visalia go west on 




posa Sts., go south on I St. 




Main St. 




to end, where turn right on 


0.9 


Turn right with road. 




Cherry Ave. 


1.3 


Turn left along B. E., imme- 


1.2 


Cross E. E., then turn left, par- 




diately passing inverse right 




allel to same •©. 




fork. Keep direct road. 


3.2 


© Cross E. E. spur ©. 


7.5 


•© PasB road on left" immedi- 


3.9 


© Cross E. E. and parallel 




ately before crossing E. E. - 




another E. E. ©. 




©. (Eoad on left for Bak- 


5.2 


© Pass Malaga Station, par- 




ersfleld via Tulare.) 




alleling E. B. 


7.6 


©• Turn right. (Direct for 


9.4 


© Straight, paralleling R. B. 




Hanford and Coalinga.) 




(Eoad to left goes to Di- 


8.4 


Pass Goshen E. E. Junction on 




nuba.) 




right. 


10.0 


© Pass through FOWLEE, 


8.6 


© Curve right, crossing two 




paralleling E. E. tracks. 




E. Rs., then bear left parallel 


16.7 


© Pass through SELMA, still 




to another E. E. ©. 




paralleling E. E. tracks. 


15.7 


©• Turn right across E. R., 


20.9 


© Pass through town of 




then left along same ©. 




KINGSBURG. 


16.3 


Pass Traver Station. 


22.6 


Cross bridge over Kings Eiver. 


16.8 


© Turn left across E. E., then 


26.2 


•© Turn left across B. E., then 




right along same ©. 




right parallel to same ©. 


20.4 


Cross bridge over Kings Eiver. 


26.7 


© Pass Traver Station ©. 


22.1 


© KTNGSBTJBG. Straight 


27.3 


© Turn right across R. R., 




through town. 




then left along same ©. 


26.3 


© SELMA. Straight through 


34.4 


© Cross two R. Rs., then curve 




town, paralleling E. E. 




to left ©. 


33;0 


© FOWLER. Straight. 


34.6 


Pass Goshen Junction Station. 


34.6 


© Pass' road on right. (Eoad 


35.4 


•© Turn left, cross R. E. 




on right goes to Dinuba.) 




(Turn right for Hanford and 


37.8 


© Pass Malaga Station on 




© Coalinga.) 




right. 


35.5 


© Pass road on right inline- 


39.1 


© Cross E. E., then parallel 




diatejy after E. R. (Turn 




E. E. ©. 




right for Bakersfield via Tu- 


39.8 


© Cross E. E. spur ©. 




lare.) ©. 


41.8 


»© Turn right, crossing E. E. 


41.7 


Take right fork away from 




on Cherry St. Go one block, 




E. E. 




then turn left on I St. 


42.1 


Turn left with road. 


43.0 


FEESNO. I and Mariposa 


43.0 


VISALIA. (National Bank of 




Sts. Business center. 




Visalia.) 




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ROl II 30 






VI8ALIA TO HANFORD AND 
COALINGA. CAL. 

Miles 

0.0 VI8ALIA. From National 
Bank of Visalia go » 

Mnii 
Turn right with road. 
Turn left with road along R. 
R., immediately passing in- 
right fork. Keep di- 
rect road. 
Q Pass roiid on left, immedi- 
ately before crossing R. R. 
(Road on left for Bakersfield, 
via Tulare.) 
. § GOSHEN JUNCTION to 
the right. Direct road. 
(Turn right for Fresno.) 
- Straight through xroads. 
(Turn right for Fresno.) 
13.9 Swing right across R. R. 
In. 9 Straight through xroads. 
19.9 Turn left at xroads. i Turn 
right for Fresno.) 

21.0 Turn right at xroads. 

21.6 HANTORD. (P.O.) Straight 

through town. 
21.8 Cross R. R. at Santa Fe Sta- 
tion. 

22.1 Turn right at xroads. 

22.3 Turn left at xroads along line 
of telephone poles. 

22.8 Pass County Hospital, keeping 

direct road. 

25.3 Straight through xroads. (Turn 

right for Orangeville, left for 
Armona.) 

25.7 Cross R. R. 

! Pass road on left. Immedi- 
ately cross wooden bridge and 
then pass road on right. 

29.4 Turn left at end of telephone 

line at xroads. 

30.5 Straight through xroads. 

(Turn left for Armona. 1 

31.] Cross R. R. and left. 

31.3 LEMOORE. Turn left at gar- 
age. 

31.7 Turn right at end of street. 

32.6 Turn left at power line. 

35.6 Turn right at irregular xroads. 

(Straight for Strath ford, i 

37.7 Cross R. R. 

38.9 Cross bridge over Kings River. 

Straight, following road over 
plain 

52.8 Turn right across R. R. and 

then left along same. 

53.7 Straight by town of HURON. 

54.0 Turn left across R. R. and im- 

mediately take left fork, 
56.3 Take left fork. 

59.9 Take right fork. 

69.8 Right fork at Coalings school- 

house. 

70.1 COALINGA. 5th and E Sts. 



COALINOA TO HANFORD AND 
VISALIA, CAL. 

Miles 

0.0 COALINGA. From 5th and E 
Sts. go in southerly direction. 
0.3 Curve left, past inverse right 
fork at Coalinga schoolhouse. 
4.0 Take left fork. 
10.2 Pass inverse right fork. 
13.8 Pasa inverse left fork. 

16.1 Pass inverse left fork, imme- 

diately cross R.R.. then right. 
10.4 Straight by town of HURON. 
17.:! Turn right across R. R.. then 

left along same. 
17.4 Take right fork. 

31.2 Cross bridge over King's River. 

32.4 Cross R. R. 

34.5 Turn left at irregular xroads. 

(Turn right for Strathford.) 

'■'■7.~i Turn right, away from power 
line. 

38.4 Turn left, 

38.7 LEMOORE. Turn right. (Oar- 
age on right.) 

39.0 Turn right and immediately 
cross R. R. 

39.6 Straight through xroads. 

(Turn right for Armona.) 

40.7 Turn right at xroads along 

telephone line. 

41.7 Pass road on right, cross 

wooden bridge and immedi- 
ately pass road on left. 

44.4 Cross R. R. 

44.8 Straight through xroads. (Turn 

left for Orangeville and right 
for Armona.) 

47.3 Pass County Hospital. . 

47.8 Turn right at xroads, away 
from line of telephone poles 
running on both sides of road. 

48.0 Turn left at xroads. 

48.3 Cross R. R. at Santa Fe Sta- 
tion. 

48.5 HANFORD. (P. O.) Straight 

through town. 

49.1 Turn left at xroads. 

50.2 Turn right at xroads. (Straight 

for Fresno.) 
53.2 Straight through xroads. 
54.2 Straight through xronds. 
55.2 Pass road on left. 
56.2 Swing left across R. R. 
62.2 Straight through xronds 

left for Fresno.^ 

62.6 GOSHEN JUNCTION to the 

left. Straight, crossing R. R. 
(Turn left for Fresno.) 

67.7 Pass road on right, immedi- 

ately after R, R. (Road on 
right for Bakersfield via Tu- 
lare.) 

68.8 Turn left with road. 

70.1 VISALIA. First National 
Bank on left. 



ROUTE 31 



FRESNO TO COALINGA CAL. 

Miles 
0.0 FEESNO. From Mariposa ana 

I Sts. go north one block. 
0.2 Turn left on Fresno St. 
0.4 Go through subway. 
0.8 Take right fork, away from 

trolley line on Kearney Ave. 
5.5 Straight through xroads. (Koad 

to right connecting Los Banos 

road.) 

10.6 Turn left. (Barn at right 

painted with sign "Diamond 
Tires.") (Straight for Ker- 
man, 5 miles. Turn right for 
San Francisco via Los Ba- 
nos.) 

15.3 Swing right across E. E. 

27.2 Cross E. E. Follow winding 
road over plains. 

29.2 Pass New Hope school. 

30.3 Turn right. (Turn left for 

Carruthers, 16 miles.) 

32.8 Turn right. (Turn left for 

Wheatville, 5 miles.) 

33.0 Take left fork. (Bight fork 

leads to Mendota.) 

41.7 Pass inverse left fork. (In- 

verse left fork for Wheat- 
ville, 15 miles.) 

48.2 Pass inverse left fork. (In- 

verse left fork for Huron.) 
51.7' Take left fork. 

52.3 Pass inverse right fork, cross 

wooden bridge and immedi- 
ately take right fork. 

52.6 Pass inverse left fork. 

54.1 Pass two inverse right forks. 

54.7 Straight through xroads. 

55.1 Pass inverse left fork. 

55.2 Pass inverse right fork. 

58.4 Pass inverse right fork. (In- 

verse right fork for Oil City, 
6 miles.) 

61.4 Turn right at E. R. station and 

go one block. 

61.5 COALINGA. (5th and E Sts.) 



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COALINGA TO FEESNO, CAL. 

Miles 
0.0 COALINGA. From 5th and F 

Sts. go south one block. 
0.1 Turn left at E. E. station. 

3.1 Take right fork. (Left fork 

for Oil City, 6 miles.) 

6.3 Eight fork. 

6.4 Left fork. 

6.8 Straight through xroads. 
7.4 Take extreme right fork. 

8.9 Take left fork. 

9.2 Pass inverse right fork. Im- 

mediately cross small wooden 
bridge. Then immediately 
take right fork. 
9.8 Pass inverse right fork. Fol- 
low road over plains for next 
35 miles. 
13.3 Take left fork. (Eight fork 
for Huron.) 

19.8 Take left fork. (Right fork 

for Wheatville, 15 miles.) 
28.5 Curve right past inverse left 

fork. (Inverse left fork 

leads to Mendota.) 
28.7 Turn left. (Eoad straight for 

Wheatville, 5 miles.) 

31.2 Turn left. (Eoad straight goes 

to Carruthers. 16 miles.) 

32.3 Pass New Hope School. 
34.3 Cross E. E., straight ahead. 

46.2 Cross E. E., then curve left. 

Keep direct road for next 4* 
miles. 

50.9 Turn right on Kearney Ave. 

(Barn at left painted with 
sign ''Diamond Tires. ' ') 
(Straight for Mendota anil 
San Francisco via Los Banos. 
Turn left for Kerman, 5 
miles.) 

56.0 Straight through xroads. 

(Eoad to left connecting Los 
Banos road.) 
60.7 Swing left along car line, past 
inverse right fork. 

61.1 Go through subway. 

61.3 Turn right on I St. 

61.5 FEESNO. (Business center, 
Mariposa and I Sts.) 



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ROUTE 32 

FRESNO TO STOCKTON. 






1.2 
1.9 



10.0 

19.2 

21.3 
21.6 



22.9 
23.6 



- 

33.9 
34.9 
37.9 

46.5 
55.4 

3 
56.3 

57.1 



69.9 
79.2 



■'J.9 
■ 0.1 
■3.3 



FRESNO. From I and Mari- 
; tit on I St., 
which Boon merges jnto 
Forthcnmp. 

■© Turn left onto Belmont St. 

© Cross R. K. and immedi- 
ately turn right onto pave- 
ment, highway.) 

- night ahead. 

$ Cross R R. ©. Straight 



ahead. 
•© Cross B. 
© Cross R. 



R. ©. 

© Straight ahead. (Turn loft 
for Firebaugh.) 

©• Take right fork. 

© Pass inverse left fork. 
Straight ahead into Madera, 
on F St. 

MADERA. (R. R. Station on 
right.) Straight ahead. 

© Straight ahead. (Turn 
right for Raymond 23 miles, 
Mariposa Big Trees 66.2 
miles, Yosemite Valley 92.2.) 

© Straight past BERENDA. 

©• Turn right across R. R., 
then left •©. 

© Straight past FAIRMEAD. 

© Straight past CALIFA. 

© Pas s town of CHOW- 
CHTLLA. 

© Pass by ATHLONE. 

© Jog right and left •© onto 
Sixteenth St., then 

MERCED. Straight thru city. 

Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 

•© Take left fork across R. R. 
©. (Right fork for OAK- 
DALE.) 

© Straight by ATWATER. 

© Straight past LIVING- 
STON. (Turn left for NEW- 
MAN.) 

Turn left across R. R. ©, and 
then right along same. 

Straight thru TtTRLOCK on 
Broadway Ave. 

© Turn right onto Julian St., 
crossing R. R. immediately 
before end of street. 

•© Turn left. 

© Pass inverse right fork. 

© Straight ahead past Keyes 
Station. (Turn left for 
Crow's Landing.) 

© Straight thru crossroads. 
(Road on right for Hick 
man, on left for Grayson.) 



lift past inverse 

right fork and immediately 

R. R., then turn right 

©•, passing road on left. 

llel R. R. (Inverse right 

fork for Hickman.) 

91.2 © Pass inverse left fork and 

immediately cross long steel 
bridge over Tuolumne River, 
following into Seventh St. 

92.3 ©■ Turu right onto I St., go 

one block, crossing R. R. 

92.4 MODESTO. (R. R. Station at 

left.) Turn left onto Ninth 
St. (Straight ahead for 
Yosemite Valley, 102 miles.) 
93.2 © Pass inverse right fork. 

99.5 © Straight past town of 

SALIDA. 

99.6 © Pass road on right. (Road 

on right leads to Oakdale.) 
102.9 © Straight by town of 
RIPON. (From Fresno to 
Ripon the State Highway 
parallels the main line of 
the Southern Pacific R. R.) 
(Road on right for Knights 
Ferry and Oakdale.) 
108.7 ■© Turn left at crossroads. 
(Turn right for Atlanta.) 

110.6 MANTECA. Turn right ©•. 

(Straight ahead for Oakland 
■ via Tracy.) 

115.0 © Cross trolley and immedi- 
ately turu left •© at cross- 
roads. (Straight ahead is 
the so-called Hogau road 
into Stockton.) 

115.5 Cross trolley straight ahead. 

118.0 © Cross R. R. •©. 

118.4 FRENCH CAMP. Straight 
ahead. (Turn left for Oak- 
land and San Francisco.) 

118.7 © Cross R. R. ©. 
120.7 Cross bridges. 

121.7 © Thru crossroads into Jack- 

son St. 
l£B.8 © Turn left on Center St. 
1211.2 © Cross R. R. ©. Follow 

trolley. 
1.3 © Cross R. R. ©. 
12:17 Turn right at end of street on 

Weber St. 

123.8 STOCKTON. 



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ROUTE 33 

STOCKTON TO FRESNO. 



0.0 

0.1 

0.5 
0.6 
1.0 



3.1 
3.2 
5.1 

5.4 



8.3 



1 3.2 



i5.1 
20.9 



24.2 

24.3 

3U6 
31.4 



31.5 

'32.6 



33.0 



STOCKTON. Court House, 
go west on Weber St. 

At wharves turn left ou Cen- 
ter St. and follow trolley. 

Cross E. E. 

Cross E. B. 

Turn right off Center St. on 
Jackson, which soon be 
comes Stockton Road. 

Straight through xroads. 
(Road on right for Roberts 
Island.) 

Cross steel bridge. 

Cross steel bridge. 

§) Cross R. R. (g>. 

© Straight through xroads at 
French Camp. (Turn right 
for San Francisco.) 

(§) Cross R. R. <§>. 

© Cross trolley §). 

©• Turn right at xroads and 
immediately cross trolley. 

•© MANTECA. Turn left. 
(Turn right for Oakland vin 
Tracy.) 

<§>• Turn right at xroads. 

Straight by town of RIPON. 
(From here to Fresno the 
State Highway parallels the 
main line of the Southern 
Pacific R. R.) 

<§> Pass road on left. (Road 
on left leads to Oakdale.) 

Straight past town of SA- 
LIDA. 

Take right fork. 

MODESTO. Turn right on 
"1" St., crossing R. R. and 
go one block. 

<§> Turn left. 

•<§> Take left fork immedi- 
ately after crossing long 
steel bridge. 

»© Turn left, immediately 
cross R. R., then, take right 
fork. (Left fork for Hick 
man.) 



Miles 
35.0 



38.5 ig) 



43.7 
43.9 
14.0 
44.6 
53.9 

54.4 

60.1 
66.7 



67.5 
68.0 

68.4 
77.3 
85.9 

88.9 

89.9 
93.3 

93.4 
100.2 



100.9 

102.2 
102.5 
104.6 

111.8 
113.8 
117.2 
121.3 
121.9 

122.6 
123.8 



(§) Straight through xroads. 
(Road on left for Hickman ; 
road on right for Grayson.) 
Straight past Keyes Sta 
tion. (Turn right for Crows 
Landing.) 

(§>• Take right fork. 

§>• Turn right, across R. R. 

Turn left. 

Straight through TURLOCK. 

(§) Turn left across R. R., 
then right along same (§). 

(§) Straight past town of LIV- 
INGSTON. 

Straight by ATWATER. 

•@ Pass inverse left fork, im- 
mediately cross R. R. (In- 
verse left fork for Oakdale.) 

<§> Cross R. R. (§>. 

MERCED. Straight through 
city. 

(§>• Jog right and left •<§>. 

(§) Pass by Athlone. 

(§> Straight past town of 
Chowchilla. 

(§) Straight past Califa. 

(§) Straight past Fairmead. 

© Turn right across R. R., 
then left along same ©. 

<§) Straight past Berendo. 

(§) Straight ahead. (Left for 
Raymond 23 miles; Mari- 
posa Big Trees, 66.2 miles; 
Yosemite Valley, 92.2 
miles.) 

MADERA. (B. R. Station on 
right.) Straight ahead. 

•© Take left fork. 

Pass inverse left fork. 

© Straight ahead. (Turn 
right for Firebaugh.) 

© Cross R. R. (§>. 

§ Cross R. R. §>. 

© Cross R. R. $). 

•<§) Cross trolley ©. 

© Turn left across R. R. onto 
Belmont Ave. 

Turn right on Ocean Ave: 

FRESNO. (I and Mariposo 
Sts.) 



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ROITE 34 

SAN FRANCISCO TO LIVERMORE 

0.0 SAN FRANCISCO. East on 
Market St. to Ferry Bldg. At 
south end of Ferry Bldg. go 
<ek Route Ferry. (Fer- 
ries leave every half hour 
■ luring the day. The regular 
ferries do not carry ears ex- 
' eyit in the early morning anil 
Q evening.) 

OAKLAND. Foot of Broad- 
way. Go up Broadway to 
12th St. 

Turn right on 12th St. 

Straight out 12th St., passing 
Lake Merritt on left. 

Take right fork. Still on 12th 
St. 

Turn left on 13th Ave., go one 
block, then turn right. 

End of pavement. 

Straight. (Turn right for 
Alameda.) 

© Straight through Fruitvale. 

Straight. (Turn left for Foot- 
hill Blvd. at ostrich farm ©.) 
" Pass MELROSE, cross trol- 
ley, then straight. 
Thru ELMHURST. 
Take left fork along car 
tracks. SAN LEANDRO. 
Take left fork. 

Straight with trolley. 

© Straight. (Road on left for 
Castro Valley.) 

Turn left on pavement at Hay- 
wards. 

© Straight. 

Cross steel bridge. Keep on 
wide macadam road. 

©• Turn right at irregular 
xroads. (Straight for MAR- 
TINEZ.) 

© Straight. 

© Keep on fine boulevard. 
Follow over, hills. 

p Straight over hills fco 
cent grade. 

Summit of grade. All down 
hill to DUBLIN. 
Thru DUBLIN. 

© Straight. (Left for Walnut 
Grove.) 

© Straight. 

Cross R. R. ©. 

SANTA RITA. Straight. 

© Straight past road on left. 

•© Take left fork. 

©• Turn right at irregular 
xroads. • Keep straight road, 
crossing two R. R. *s just be- 
fore LIVERMORE. *" 

LIVERMORE. fFirst and 
Lime Sts.) 



ROUTE 35 



LIVERMORE TO SAN FRANCISCO. 
Via Oakland and Dublin. 



Miles 

0.0 LIVERMORE. From First 
and Lime Sts., go west on 
Lime St. 

0.6 •© Just after two R. R. cross- 
ings turn left at irregular 
crossroads. (Road to right 
for Martinez.) 

0.9 © Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork optional for 
Livermore.) Straight ahead. 

6.5 © Pass road on right. 

6.8 SANTA RITA. © Straight 
ahead. (Turn left for 
PLEASANTON, S U N O 1 
and NILES.) 

8.0 © Cross R. R. © Straight. 

8.2 © Straight ahead. (Road on 
right leads to Pleasanton.) 

10.1 © Keep direct road. (Road 

on right for DANVILLE, 
WALNUT CREEK, SAN 
RAMON and MARTINEZ.) 

10.2 © Pass through DUBLIN and 

start up grade. 
12.6 Summit of grade. Dow n hill 
all the way to HAYWARD. 

13.8 © Straight ahead down hill, 

over a fine boulevard. 

17.9 © Follow Blvd. (Road to 

right for MARTINEZ, SAN 
RAMON and WALNUT 
CREEK connections.) 

18.3 © Straight ahead. (Road on 

right to OAKLAND via a 
new Blvd.) 

19.1 ■© Turn left at irregular cross- 
roads. (Turn right for MAR- - 
TINEZ, white roadhouse on 
corner.) 

19.5 Cross steel bridge. 

19.9 © Straight ahead. (Road on 
right for OAKLAND via 
Foothill Blvd.) 

20.1 © Turn right onto pavement 
at HAYWARDS. 

21.4 © Straight ahead. (Road on 

right for Castro Valley. 
21.8 © Straight ahead. (Road on 
left for SAN LORENZO and 
optional OAKLAND.) 



Miles 
23.2 



23.2 
25.1 



26.9 
29.6 



29.9 



© Straight ahead. Turn right 
for the Foothill Blvd.) 

© 50 yards beyond, curve 
right, pass inverse left fork. 

SAN LEANDRO. © Bear 
right with car tracks at in- 
verse left forks. 

© Thru ELMHURST. 

© Cross trolley tracks, then 
straight ahead; pass MEL- 
ROSE. 

© Straight ahead. (Turn 
right for Foothill Blvd. at 
Ostrich Farm.) 

30.5 © Thru FRUITVALE. 

30.6 © Straight ahead. (Turn left 

for ALAMEDA.) 

31.1 Here you come onto pavement. 

32.1 Turn left onto 13th Ave., for 
one block, then turn right 
onto 12th St. 

32.9 Bear left at inverse right fork 
(First Ave.). Pass Lake 
Merritt on right; then 
straight ahead. 

33.7. OAKLAND. 

33.8 Turn left onto Broadway. 

34.3 Foot of Broadway. Creek 
Route ferry slip. Ferries 
leave for San Francisco at 
quarter before the hour and 
every half hour afterwards, 
up to 8:15 P. M. The reg- 
ular ferries do not carry cars 
exeept in the early morning 
and late evening. It takes 
35 minutes to cross the bay 
to San Francisco. After 
leaving the ferry at San 
Francisco bear right for one 
block, then turn left onto 
Market St. Go straight 
ahead on Market St. 

34.3 SAN FRANCISCO. 

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LIVERMOBE TO STOCKTON. 



0.0 



0.1 
4.9 



6.5 
7.6 
8.1 
8.4 
8.6 



12.5 
13.8 

16.2 



17.2 
18.4 



25.7 

20.1 



20.2 
27.4 



28.0 
30.0 
31.8 

2 



33.9 
36.7 



LIVERMORE. From First and 
go north on First 
- 

ght ahead, 
. B. Straight ahead, 
■jht ahead. 

under R. R., then 
; two R. K 

• i-n two H. 
Follow winding road 
thru canyon. 

1 e right across R. R., 
then left along same. 
Take right fork. (Left for 

TWIN OAKS.) 
Straight by ALTMONT STA- 
TION on I 
Turn left across R. R., 

then right parallel to same. 
Go under R. R., then right 
along same, following wind 
ing road down between hills. 
© Straight ahead. 
Take right fork. (Left fork 
for BYRON HOT SPRINGS.) 
Straight thru crossroads. 
(Road to left leads to 
BETHANY.) 
Straight thru crossroads. 
© Turn right along R. R. 
(Road to left for BETH- 
ANY.) 
© Turn left across R. R , then 

straight away from same. 
© Straight thru irregular 
(For TRACY 
and go .3 of a 



crossroads, 
turn right 
mile.) 
Cross R. R. 



Straight ahead. 
© Turn left away from power 

hue at cross roads. 
Turn right along R. R. 
Turn left, then © right along 

R. R. past BANTA. 
Turn right away from R. R. 
© Turn left with macadam 

along power line at cross 

roads. (Straight for GRAY- 
SON and WESLEY.) 
Cross wooden bridge. 
Here power line leaves road. 
Cross steel drawbridge over 

river. 
Go under R. R., then right 

along same. 
Turn left awav from R. R. 

(Straight for MANTECA and 

BIPON.) 
© Straight. (Road on right 

for LATHROP, SALIDA and 

BIPON.) 
Straight. (Kond on left for 

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Miles 

37.8 Curve right across K. E., then 
straight away from R. E. 

38.2 © Turn left at cross roads at 
FRENCH CAMP. (Turn right 
for MODESTO.) v 

38.5 Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 

40.4 Cross steel bridge. 

40.5 Cross steel bridge. 

41 5 Straight thru crossroads on 
pavement. (Eoad on left for 
ROBERTS ISLAND.) 



Miles 
42.6 



43.0 
43.1 
43.5 

43.6 



Turn left off of Jackson St. 

on Center St. Follow car 

tracks. 
Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 
Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 
Turn right at end of street at 

wharves on Weber St. 
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STOCKTON TO LIVERMORE. 



Miles 

0.0 



STOCKTON. From Court 
House go west on Weber St. 

0.1 Here at wharves turn left onto 
Center St. and follow trolley 
tracks. 

0.5 Cross R. R. 

0.6 Cross R. R. 

1.0 © Turn right off Center St. 

leaving trolley tracks onto 
Jackson St., which soon be- 
comes Stockton Road. 
£.1 © Straight thru xroads off of 
pavement. (Road on right 
for Roberts Island.) 

3.1 Cross steel bridges. 
5.1 © Cross E. E. ©. 

5.4 ©• Turn right at xroads at 
FRENCH CAMP. (Straight 
ahead for MODESTO.) 

5.8 © Cross R. E. ©, then left. 

6.9 © Straight ahead. (Eoad on 

right for UNDINE.) 
0.7 © Straight ahead. (Eoad on 
left for LATHROF, SALIDA 
and RIPON.) 

11.6 © Turn right along E. E. 

(Turn left for MANTECA 
and RIPON.) 

11.7 Go under E. E. ©. 

11.8 Cross steel bridge. 
13.6 Follow power line. 
15.6 Cross wooden bridge. 

16.2 © Turn right with macadam 
at xroads. (Turn left for 
GRAYSON and WESLEY.) 

17.4 •© Turn left along R. R. 

17.5 •© Turn left, then right along 

R. R. past BANTA. 



Miles 

17.9 

18.5 



.© Turn left away from R. K. 
5(c Turn right along power line 

at crossroads. 
© Cross R. R. ©. 
© Straight ahead thru irregu- 
lar crossroads. (For town 

of TRACY turn left and go 

0.3 of a mile.) 
© Cross R. R., then right ©•. 
•© Turn left away from R. R. 

(Road straight ahead leads 

to BETHANY.) 
© Straight thru xroads. 
© Straight thru xroads. 

(Eoad to right leads to 

BETHANY.) 
29.8 © Pass inverse right fork. 

("Inverse right for BYRON 

HOT SPRINGS.) 
Straight ahead. 
Go under R. R., following 

winding road between hills. 
Turn left across R. R. ©, 

then right parallel to same. 
Straight by Altmont Sta. 
© Pass inverse right fork. 

(Inverse right fork for 

TWIN OAKS.) 
© Right across R. R. ©, then 

left. 
Straight ahead. 
© Right under R. 



20.4 
21.2 



22.3 
25.2 



25.4 

27.4 



31.1 
35.0 



35.2 •© 



35.5 
36.0 



37.1 



38.3 
38.6 



R. and left 



38.7 © Straight ahead. 
43.2 © Gross R. R. 

43.5 © Cross R. R. ©. 

43.6 LIVERMORE. First and 

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MERGED TO Y08EMITE NATIONAL PARK. 



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11.8 

!4.4 



MERCED. Prom 17th and 
Huffman. Sts.. Merced (dis- 
tant from Oakland Ferry by 
State Highway 121 miles, anil 
from Fresno 55 miles) ; 
thence east on 17th St. six 
blocks to city limits and turn 
left on G St. 

Cross Bear Creek bri.lu 
continue north. 

Along macadamized road to 
Six-Mile Road House, turn 
right and follow county road 
one-half mile to forks of 
Mariposa Road, turn left, and 
follow electric power line 
over low rolling hills, maxi- 
mum grades 4%. 

Ruddle house on high hill to 
right, keep to left past flour 
mill. 

Merced River bridge. 

End of lane; turn right to 
Snelling, the old county seat; 
gasoline, phone and hotel. At 
end of main street at old 
court house turn left two 
blocks, then right into county 
road, and pass cemetery and 
brick schoolhouse. 

At quarter of a mile beyond 
school house turn left, cross 
ing Y. V. R. R. and continue 
north over low rolling hills. 

Turn sharp right; thence east 
two miles over sharp rolling 
country. 

Turn left; thence north over 
level country. 

Turn right. 

Out of Merced county into Ma- 
riposa county. 

HAYWAEDS RANCH OR 
JUNCTION. Intersection 
with road from LaGrange and 
Modesto; group of ranch 
buildings with high tank- 
house painted red, visible in 
all directions for a consider- 
able distance; thence north- 
easterly over rolling country. 

Out of Mariposa county into 
Toulumne county. Rolling 
hills with grades 5 to 8% 
both ways. 

White schoolhouse left of road. 

BLANCHARD P. O. (Gaso- 
line.) 

On summit of ridge leave Tou- 
lumne county; enter Mariposa 
county; roads now much 
better. 



Miles 



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42.8 



45.0 
47.0 



4 7.3 



18.0 



Wooleson ranch, turn right at 
guide board just before 
reaching the house and fol- 
low Coulterville Turnpike 
(the road straight ahead 
leads to Coulterville over Pc- 
non Blanco Mountain, shorter 
but steep and rough). 

Granite Spring schoolhouse ; 
now descend sharply, grade 
about 9% maximum, and 
total drop of 500 feet in 1J 
miles, to junction with Coul- 
terville and Pleasant Valley 
stage road at 41.9 m. 

Brick house on right (winery), 
known throughout the region 
as "Johnny Grapes;" take 
road to left and ascend the 
mountain. (Right-hand road 
leads to Mast Station on Y. 
V. R. B.) Winding roaa 
from here to Coulterville 
good and smooth, but with 
grades up to 12%; total as- 
cent 1,000 feet. 

Water tank, also spring beside 
road thirty yards beyond. 

Cross the Mother Lode of Cal- 
ifornia. Large white quartz 
rock outcropping on both 
sides of the creek. 

COULTERVILLE. Turn right, 
then left, entering town, and 
proceed up main street. Two 
hotels; general stores, livery, 
Bruschi 's garage, gasoline, 
oil and phone; last chance to 
«et supplies. Continue up 
main street; at forks three- 
quarters of a mile above 
town take road to left. 

Take right-hand road and as- 
cend Greeley Hill. (Left- 
hand road leads to Priest's 
Station, top of Priest Hill, 
on Big Oak Flat road, dis- 
tant 9 miles.) Greeley Hill 
is four miles long, an easy as- 
cent of 1,200 feet on a -uni- 
form 6% grade; road is in 
good condition ; water tank 
at road house half mile be- 
fore reaching the summit. 

Top of Greeley Hill, elevation 
3250 feet. First view of 
Yosemite; thence across flat 
country and up short ascent, 
keeping direct road and 
avoiding two xroads, one to 
the right and the next to the 
left. 



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ROUTE! 38— Continued 



Miles 

55.4 At guide board take road to 
right, and descend. (Left- 
hand road leads to Smith 
ranch, Hamilton 's and Crock- 
er's, on Oak Flat road.) 

56.1 DUDLEYS. Old stage station. 
Phone. 

58.4 Top of Shingle Hill; sharp 
winding descent a little over 
half a mile one a 12% grade. 
This will be the sharpest ad- 
verse grade on the return 
trip. 

60.6 Cross north fork of Merced 
Eiver; shallow ford, hard 
gravel bottom; Bower Cave, 
a natural curiosity, 100 yards 
up stream. Large cave in 
limestone, with deep lake and 
large growing oak trees in 
the bottom. A small admis- 
sion fee is charged. Phone. 
At fence corner quarter of a 
mile beyond here, keep road 
to left and ascend long hill; 
smooth but narrow and wind- 
ing, with grades of 10 to 12%. 
The main hill is 2.3 miles 
long. 

63.8 Eanch and former tollgate; 

continuous ascent on grades 
of 6 to 12%; through groves 
of heavy yellow and sugar 
pine and incense cedar trees. 

73.9 HAZEL GEEEN. Old summer 

resort and camping ground, 
elevation 5635 feet; well of 
water just inside the corral 
is called the best and coldest 
in the region. 



Miles 
74.2 



75.6 



77.0 



82.0 



82.5 



86.5 



87.5 



95.0 



Junction with Crane Flat road; 
keep to right. (Left-hand 
road reaches Crane Flat road 
on Oak Flat. road, distant 4 
miles. From there Toulumne. 
grove of big trees is distant 
one mile; down hill to north- 
ward; Oak Flat road runs 
through this grove.) 

Summit, the highest point on 
the route, elevation 6030 feet. 
This is also the boundary of 
the Yosemite National Park. 
Thence descend to Moss Can- 
yon Creek, on an average 
grade of 9%. 

The Merced Big Tree Grove; 
military outpost here, govern- 
ment telephone. 

Begin sharp descent to Little 
Crane Creek, one mile of 12 
to 14% grade. 

Cross Big Crane Creek at Big 
Meadow Station. At this 
point keep straight ahead on 
level and up slight ascent to 
top of ridge. At big Meadow 
Station road to right just be- 

1 yond house leads to Foresta 
and El Portal, Y. V. E. E. 
terminus, 6 miles distant. 

Begin sharp descent to bottom 
of Merced Eiver canyon; 
grades 15 to 20%; total de- 
scent 1100 feet. 

Foot of hill; junction of El 
Portal and Yosemite stage 
road 5J miles above El Por- 
tal; thence over Yosemite 
Park roads, keeping the north 
side of the Merced Eiver all 
the way. 

YOSEMITE. Hotel. 



ROUTE 39 

YOSEMITE TO MEECED, CAL. 



Miles 

0.0 YOSEMITE. Leave Hotel 
Yosemite; thence down the 
north side of Merced Eiver. 

7.5 Foot of hill, junction of El 
Portal and Yosemite Eoads, 
5* miles above El Portal; 
thence turn right and com- 
mence ascent. 

8.5 Top of 15 to 20% grade. 

9.5 Cross Big Crane Creek at Big 
Meadow Station. (At Big 
Meadow Station a road to 
left, just before house is 
reached, leads to Forresta 
and El Portal.) 
12.0 Begin sharp ascent 12 to 14% 
grade. 



Miles 

13.0 Top of ascent. 

is.o Merced Big Tree Grove. (TJ. 
S. Military Post and Govern- 
ment telephone.) 

19.4 Leave Yosemite National Park, 
elevation 6030 feet. This is 
the highest point on the 
route. 

20.8 A junction with Crane Flat 
road; keep to left. 

21 J HAZEL GEEEN, old summer 
resort and camping ground; 
elevation 5635 feet. Fine 
well water. Continuous de- 
cent of 6 to 12% through 
groves of heavy yellow and 
sugar pine. 



48 



ROUTE 39— Continued 



Miles Miles 

31.2 Ranch and former tollgnte; do- 54.7 
scent of 10 to 12% grade. 56.3 

34.4 Bower Cave; telephone; cross 

north fork of Merced River 59.8 
(shallow ford, hard bottom), 
and follow up the south side 
of north fork. 60.6 

3G.0 Commence ascent of 12% 

grade. 63.2 

36.6 Top of Shingle Hill. 

38.9 DUDLEYS. Old stage station. 66.0 
(Telephone.^ 

39.6 Take road to left and ascend. M.5 
(Road to right here leads to 
Smith's, Hamilton's and 
Crocker's, on the Big Oak 
Flat road.) 68.0 

42.6 Top of Greeley Hill, elevation 

3250 feet; thence descend 6% 68.6 
grade, keeping to main road. 72.5 

46.0 Take road to left. (Right- 
hand road leads to Priests, 74.4 
on the Big Oak Plat road.) 77 3 

47.0 Enter Coulterville and follow 

main street into town. (Two 78.0 
hotels, general stores, livery 
stable, garage, telephone.) 

47.7* Leave Coulterville. 

48.0 Cross the Mother Lode of Cali- 
fornia. (Large white quartz 
rock outcropping on both 
sides of the creek.) 

49.4 Quartz mill below road, on the 78.8 
left. 79.6 

50.0 A spring and water tank about 80.0 
30 yards beyond. 

52.2 Large brick house on left, 

winery known throughout the 87.7 
region as "Johnny Grapes;" 
take road to right. (Road to 88.2 
left leads to Mast Station, on 
the 7. V. R. R.) 

54.2 Junction with Coulterville and 93.9 
Pleasant Valley road; keep 
road to right, and commence 
ascent of 9% gTade. (Road 
to left leads to Pleasant Val- 
ley, and may be taken 95.0 
through to Merced Falls and 
Snelling to junction with this 
routing.) 



Granite Spring schoolhouse. 

Wolleson ranch; take road to 
left. 

Summit of ridge; leave Mari- 
posa county and enter Tou- 
lumne county. 

BLANCHARD P. O. (Gaso- 
line and oil. ) 

White schoolhouse to right of 
road. 

Leave Toulumne county and 
enter Mariposa county. 

HAYWARDS RANCH OR 
JUNCTION. Take left-hand 
road. (Road to right leads 
to LaGrange and Modesto.) 

Leave Mariposa county and 
enter Merced county. 

Turn to left. 

Turn right and run west two 
miles. 

Turn to left. 

Turn to right after crossing T. 
V. R. R. 

Enter SNELLING. Turn to 
left; pass old court house to 
main street. (Snelling is the 
old county seat of Merced 
county. Gasoline, oil, hotel 
and telephone. Leave town 
of Snelling along the main 
street to west.) 

Turn to left down the lane. 

Cross Merced River. 

Ruddle House on high hill; 
take road to right around the 
west side of hill. 

To Merced and Hornitos road; 
take road to right. ' 

Six-Mile House; turn to left 
and follow due south along 
the road. 

Cross Bear Creek and enter the 
city of Merced; follow down 
"G" street to 17th St., 
thence right six blocks to 
Huffman Ave. 

MERCED. From Merced to 
Oakland Ferry, by the State 
Highway, 121 miles, to 
Fresno 55 miles. 



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ROUTE 40 



FEESNO TO GILEOT. 



Mileg 
0.0 



0.7 



3.1 
5.4 

5.7 



8.1 
10.1 
11.9 

15.7 

31.1 

32.5 

34.5 
36.2 



43.5 
45.9 



48.5 
48.8 



49.9 



52.2 



FEESNO. From I and Mari- 
posa Sts. go north one block 
on I St., then turn left onto 
Fresno St., passing thru 
subway under E. E. Then 
straight ahead. 

($) Take right fork onto 
Kearney Ave.; a wide, 
smooth road running be- 
tween a border of Magno- 
lias, Palm and Eucalyptus 
trees. 

Keep left fork on Kearney 
Ave. for the best road. 

© Turn right onto Pierce 
Ave., between rowB of large 
tig trees. 

(J> Turn left onto wide oiled 
road. (This is known as 
White's Bridge Boad.) 

Cross B. B. 

Pass by town of Bolinda. 

Cross B. B. 

(g) Straight thru xroads. (Boad 
to right goes to Madera.) 

Cross B. B. Cross White's 
Bridge. 

Turn right with telephone 
poles. 

MENDOTA. Straight ahead. 

Pass large oil tanks on right. 
Follow main traveled road 
over the alkali flats. 

<5> Pass road on right. (Boad 
on right goes to Madera.) 

© Turn left away from line 
of telephone poles. 

Turn right. 

Pass thru gate and cross 
bridge. 

@ Cross two bridges and 30 
thru gate, then turn left at 
Miller & Lux's ranchhouse, 
then parallel canal. 

Turn right, away from canal. 



Miles 

53.4 l§) Cross B. B., and immedi- 

ately left parallel B. B. " 

57.0 (EJ Straight, passing pumping 

station. 

58.5 Pass Dos Palos Station and 

parallel B. B. 

64.5 Bear right away from B. B. 
68.4 © Turn left at cross roads. 

71.1 Cross B. B. 

71.9 © Straight ahead. (Turn 
right and go two blocks to 
business center of Los 
Banos.) 

72.6 Cross bridge over canal. 

76.7 © Straight ahead thru cross 

roads. 

77.2 © Bight fork up and down 

short pitches. 

82.4 Turn right away from poles 
along barbed wire fence. 

83.4 © Turn left between fences; 
Banch house on right. 

91.4 You now start into the moun- 
tains. 

92.3 <§> Up the Pacheco Pass, Left 

fork iit Goodrich sign. 

95.4 Top of grade, averaging from 

3 to 7 per cent. 
103.1 PasB Bell Station. This is 
the bottom of the heaviest 
grades. From here out of 
the mountains is gently de- 
seen ling with exception of 
one short steep grade. 

110.1 (§> Take right fork. (Left 

fork to Hollister.) 
112.6 <§> San Felipe Station. 
Straight ahead. (Turn left 
for Hollister.) 

113.2 © Take right fork up grade. 
119.6 $> Turn right. 

121.1 © Left fork across stone 
bridge, on old Gilroy St. 

123.1 Cross E. E., then turn right 
onto Monterey St. 

123.3 GILEOY. (Post Office.) 



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ROUTE 41 

QILBOY TO FRESNO 



Miles 

0.0 QtLBOY. Go south on Mon- 
terey 8t. 

0.2 Turn left on to Old Gilroy St., 
crossing B. R. 

2.2 Cross stone bridge, bearing 
right. 

3.7 Turn left. 

10.1 Bear left, just after coming 

down short, steep grade. 
10.7 San Felipe Station. Straight 
ahead. (Turn right for 
Hollister.) 

13.2 Straight ahead, past inverse 

right fork (right fork for 

Hollister). 
20.2 Pass Bell Station. This is the 

beginning of the climb up 

the mountain. 
27.9 Top of grade, averaging 3 to 

7 per cent. 

31.0 Bottom of grade; bear right 

at Goodrich signs. 
31.9 Tou are now practically out 

of the mountains. 
39.9 Turn right. Banch House on 

left. 
40.9 Turn left, along telephone 

poles and barbed wire fence, 

down and up short pitches 

to 8 per cent. 

46.1 Straight thru cross roads. 

50.7 Cross bridge over canal. 
51.4 Straight ahead. (Turn left and 

go two blocks for business 
center of LOS BANOS.) 

52.2 Cross B. B. 

54.9 Turn right at cross roads. 

58.8 Bear left parallel to B. B. 

61.3 Britto pumping station on 

right. 

64.8 Pass Dos Palos B. B. Station. 

66.3 Pass Pumping Station. Take 
right fork. (Left fork op- 
tional road.) 



Miles 
69.9 



71.1 
73.4 



74.5 
74.8 
77.4 



87.1 
88.8 
90.8 

91.9 

92.3 

107.6 



111.4 
113.2 
115.2 
117.6 



117.9 
120.2 



122.6 



123.3 



Turn right across B. B. 
Straight ahead. 

Turn left along canal. 

Turn right at Miller and 
Lux's Ranch House; cross 
two canal bridges and go 
thru gate. (Boad straight 
ahead optional road.) 

Cross bridge and go thru gate. 

Turn left. 

Turn right along line of tele- 
phone poles. 

Straight ahead. Past road on 
left. 

Pass large oil tanks on left. 

Mendota. Straight ahead. 

Turn left away from tele- 
phone poles. 

Cross White's Bridge. 

Cross B. B. 

Straight thru cross roads. 
(Boad to left leads to Ma- 
dera.) 

Cross B. B. 

Pass by town of Bolinda. 

Cross B. B. 

Turn right off of wide oiled 
road, known as White 
Bridge Boad onto Pierce 
Ave. 

Turn left onto Kearney Ave. 

Bear right still on Kearney 
Ave. 

Bear left onto Fresno St., go- 
ing under railway thru sub- 
way, then straight ahead to 
I St. Turn right onto I St. 
and go one block to Mari- 
posa St. 

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ROUTE 42 



GILBOY TO SAN JOSE. 



Miles 
0.0 



5.9 



9.8 

11.1 



11.6 
22.2 



23.2 
26.1 



27.9 
29.4 



GILKOY. From P. O. go north 
on Monterey St. After get- 
ting out of town parallel E.B. 

Pass San Martin on right, 
parallel E. B. 

Straight through Morgan Hill. 

Cross B. B. then left parallel 
to same. 

Pass Madrone. 

Straight ahead along B. B. 
(For Los Gatos turn left 
across R. B.) 

Pass Edenvale. 

Cross B. B. then straight ahead 
parallel to street car line. 

Take left fork. 

Santa Clara St. Turn left on 
Santa Clara St. and go one 
block. 

SAN JOSE. (Electric light 
tower.) 



SAN JOSE TO GILBOY. 

Miles 
0.0 SAN JOSE. Prom electric 
light tower go east one 
block on Santa Clara Ave. 

Turn right. 

Bear right, parallel to street 
car line. 

Cross B. B., then straight 
ahead parallel to same. 

Pass Edenvale. 

Straight ahead. (For Los Gatos 
turn right across B. B.) 

Pass Madrone, parallel B. B. 

Turn right across B. B. 

Straight through Morgan Hill, 
paralleling B. B. 

Pass San Martin on left, par- 
alleling B. B. Going into 
Gilroy on Monterey St. 

GILBOY. (Post Office.) 



0.1 
1.6 

3.4 

6.3 
7.3 

17.9 
18.4 
19.7 

23.6 



29.5 




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ROUTE 43 



FBANCISCO TO SAN JOSE. 
Via San Mateo. 
Mile* 
0.0 SAN FBANCISCO. Follow 
Boute No. 1 to 

19.1 © Straight. (Torn right for 

HALF MOON BAT and 
SANTA CBUZ.) 

19.2 Straight on. (Turn loft for 

SAN MATEO 0.2 of a mile.) 
21.9 Q Turn left across B. B. and 
right along same ©. Pass 
BEBESFOBD. 

23.3 •© Straight through town of 

BELMONT. 

24.7 © Straight past SAN CAB- 
LOS STATION. 

27.2 © Turn right across B. B. and 
then left along same. ©. 
(Stra ight for BEDWOOD 
CITY.) 

27.7 © Straight on. (Turn left for 

BEDWOOD CITY.) 

28.8 © Pass inverse left fork. (In- 

verse left fork leads to BED- 
WOOD CITY just at left.) 
31.6 © Through MENLO FABK 

32.1 © Straight on. (Turn left for 

PALO ALTO just at left.) 

32.2 © Straight on. (Turn right for 

Leland Stanford University.) 
33.6 Through MAYFIELD. 

34.1 © Cross trolley •©. 

35.6 © Straight. 

36.3 © Curve right with road. 

37.4 •© Turn left at Junction 

House. (Straight for Los 
Altos and Pescadero.) 

38.2 © Straight on. 

38.9 © Straight on. (New town of 

Mountain View on the left 
one-half mile.) 

39.3 © Straight on through old 

town of Mountain View. 
Turn left for OAKLAND.) 

41.5 Straight. 

42.3 © Straight. (Turn right for 
SANTA CBUZ, left for OAK- 
LAND.) 

43.5 •© Turn left. (Straight for 
SABATOOA.) 

44.5 © Straight. (Turn right for 
SABATOOA, left for OAK- 
LAND.) 

46.5 •© Turn left on Franklin St. 
(Straight for SABATOOA.) 

46.8 SANTAOLABA. Straight 
through city. Turn left on 
Lafayette St. for OAKLAND. 

48.3 ©• Turn right. 

50.5 •© Turn left on Santa Clara 
Ave. . 

51.1 Cross B. B. 

61.7 SAN JOSE. Light Tower. 



SAN 

Miles 

y.o 

u.6 
1.8 
3.4 



4.2 



8.2 
9.4 



10.2 
12.4 



12.8 



13.5 
14.3 



16.1 
17.6 
18.1 
19.6 



20.1 
22.9 



24.0 

24.5 

27.0 

28.4 
29.8 

32.2 
32.3 

51.7 



JOSE TO SAN FBANCISCO. 
Via Sail Mateo. 

SAN JOSE. From light tower 
go west on Sauta Clara Ave. 

Cross B. K. 

§.- Turn right on Grant St. 

-£j Turn leit ou Frankiiu tit. 
and follow to end, passing 
through SANTA CLABA. 
(Center of towu, turn right 
on Lafayette St. for OAK- 
LAND.) 

©• Turn right on Lincoln Ave. 
(Leit for SABATOOA.) 

© Straight. ^Turn right for 
OAKLAND, left for SABA- 
TOOA.) 

©• Turn right. (Left for 
SABATOOA.) 

© Straight. (Turn left for 
SANTA CBUZ, right for 
OAKLAND.) 

© Straight. 

© Straight through old MT. 
VIEW. 

© Straight. (New town of 
MT. VIEW to right one-half 
mile.) 

© Straight. 

Turn right at Junction House. 
(Turn left for Los Altos and 
Pescadero.) 

© Straight. 

© Cross trolley ©. 

© Through MAYFIELD ©. 

© Straight on. (Turn left for 
Leland Stanford Univer- 
sity.) Palo Alto ou the 
right. 

© Through MENLO PAEK. 

© Take left fork. (If it is 
desired to go through BED- 
WOOD CITY just at right, 
take right fork.) 

© Straight on. (Turn right 
for BEDWOOD CITY.) 

© Turn right across B. B. and 
then left along same ©. 

© Straight past SAN CAB- 
LOS Station. 

© Through BELMONT. 

© Turn left across B. R., then 
right along same ©, then 
pass BEBESFOBD. 

Straight on. (Turn right 0.2 
of a mile for San Mateo.) 

© Straight. (Turn left for 
HALF MOON BAY and 
SANTA CBUZ.) From here 
follow Boute 2 into 

SAN FBANCISCO. 



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ROUTE 44 



SAN 

Miles 
0.0 



0.0 

0.5 

1.4 
2.2 
3.7 

3.8 

4.4 



4.7 

7.4 

9.2 

11.1 

11.7 
12.2 
12.7 
15.2 

16.4 
19.0 
19.5 

20.6 
22.7 
24.4 

27.6 




35.4 
35.7 

36.7 

38.7 
39.4 

42.1 
42.7 
43.0 



FRANCISCO TO SAN JOSE. 
Via Oakland. 

SAN FRANCISCO. East on 

Market St. to Ferry Bldg. 

At south end of Ferry Bldg. 

go on Creek Route Ferry. 

(Ferries leave for Oakland 

every half hour during the 

day. The regular ferries do 

not carry cars except in the 

morning and late evening.) 
Foot of Broadway, OAKLAND. 

Go up Broadway to 12th St. 
Turn right on 12th St. Straight 

out 12th St. passing Lake 

Merritt on left. 
Take right fork. Still on 12th 

St. 
Turn left onto 13th Ave., go 

one block, then turn right. 
§> Straight ahead. (Turn right 

for Alameda.) 
Straight ahead thru Fruitvale- 
§) Straight ahead. (Turn left 

for Foothill Boulevard at os- 
trich farm.) 
© MELROSE. Cros s trol ley. 
$ Straight thru ELMHURST. 
•§) Take left fork. 
§e SAN LEANDRO. Take 

right fork. 
Cross R. R. 
Cross B. R. at Station. 
SAN LORENZO. Straight. 
(§> Straight thru crossroads. 

(Turn left for Haywards.) 
§) Straight thru MT. EDEN. 
Cross R. R. 
•§> Turn left at ALVARADO 

then jog right across bridge. 
Cross long bridge and R. R. 
^ Straight thru crossroads. 
CENTERVILLE. Cross B. 

R. <§>. 
<§> Straight ahead at Irvington. 

(Inverse left fork for Mission 

San Jose.) 
Straight ahead. 
Straight on Boulevard. 
Cross R. R. <g) straight. 
Straight thru Warm 

Springs. (Inverse left fork 

for Oakland via Haywards.) 
(§] Cross R. B. ®. 
^>- Jog right then left K^. 

Straight thru MILPITAS ©. 
Parallel R. R., taking right 

.§>• fork. (Left fork leads to 

Mt. Hamilton.) 
Q Cross R. R. (jjp straight. 
Cross stone bridge, bearing 

left •§. 
Turn right on Santa Clara St. 
Cross R. R. then straight. 
SAN JOSE. (Light Tower.) 



SAN JOSE TO SAN FRANCISCO. 
Via Oakland. 

Miles 
0.0 From light tower go east on 

Santa Clara St. 
0.3 Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 
0.9 Turn left on 12th St. 
3.6 <5>' Take right fork across 

bridge. 

4.3 Cross R. R. Straight ahead. 

6.3 <§> Straight parallel to R. R. 

(Inverse right fork goes to 

Berryesa and Mt. Hamilton.) 

7.3 (§> Straight thru MILPITAS, 

then jog right and left. 
7.6 Cross R. R. Follow R. R. 
11.6 ® Straight thru WARM 
SPRINGS. Take left fork. 
(Right fork optional road to 
Oakland via Haywards.) 
12.6 Cross B. R. and straight ahead. 
13.6 Straight ahead on boulevard. 
14.8 <§) Straight. (Turn left for 

Newark.) 
15.4 §> Left fork at Irvington. 
(Right fork for Mission San 
Jose.) 
18.6 Pass thru Centerville. Cross 
railroad at station. 

20.3 @ Straight through crossroads. 

(Road to right goes to De- 
coto.) 

22.4 Cross R. R., then straight 

crossing long wooden bridge. 

23.5 <§>• Turn right at ALAVARDO, 

then jog left across bridge. 
24.0 Cross R. R. 

26.6 Straight thru Mt. Eden. 

27.8 ® Straight thru crossroads. 

(Turn right for Haywards.) 
30.3 San Lorenzo. Straight ahead. 

30.8 Cross R. R. at San Lorenzo R. 

R. Station. 
31.3 Cross R. R. 

31.9 ^ Bear left at inverse right 

forks; parallel street car 
tracks. (Inverse right fork 
optional San Jose via Hay- 
wards.) 

33.8 SAN LEANDRO. Bear right 
with car tracks at inverse 
right fork. 

35.6 Straight thru ELMHURST. 

38.3 Cross trolley tracks then 
straight ahead, pass Melrose. 

38.6 Straight ahead. (Turn right 
for Foothill Boulevard at os- 
trich farm.) 

39.2 Straight thru Fruitvale. 

39.3 Straight. (Turn left for Ala- 

meda.) 

39.8 Here you come on to pave- 
ment. 

40.8 Turn left on 13th Ave., one 
block, then right on 12th St. 

41.6 Bear left at Inverse right 
forks. (1st Ave.) Pass Lake 
(Continued on page 33) 



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ROUTE 45 



BAN JOSE TO SANTA CBUZ. 
VU Los Gatos. 

! 

0.0 SAN JOSE. From Light Tower 
corner Market St. and Santa 
Clara Ave., go south on 
Market St. four blocks, pass- 
ing City Hall on left. 

Turn right on San Carlos St. 
and go six blocks and cross- 
ing bridge over Guadalupe 
Creek. 

Turn left on Josepha St. and 
go two blocks. 

Turn right on Williams 8t. 

Turn left on Bird Ave. and go 
two blocks. 

Turn right on Coe Ave. 

Turn left. 

Turn right. 

Turn left. 

Turn right. 

Turn left. 

Turn right. 

Cross K. E. 
Straight on. 

Turn left. 
SANTA CLABA.) 

Turn right along B. B. 

Turn right away from B. B. 

Turn left at end of road. 

Cross B. B. 

§> Straight on. (Turn right 
for SABATOGA.) 

Straight on thru LOS GATOS 
on Santa Cruz Ave., crossing 
bridge, following main road 
up and thru mountains. 

•<§) Take left fork and cross 
bridge, keeping on main 
traveled road. 



Miles 
13.6 



0.4 



1.0 

1.2 
1.4 

1.9 
2.3 
2.5 
3.5 
4.0 
5.0 
5.5 
6.0 

6.5 

7.2 
8.0 
8.5 
9.0 
11.0 

11.4 



13.2 



at CAMPBELL. 



14.1 
14.3 
15.1 
20.3 



20.7 

22.5 

24.2 

24.8 
30.7 
34.7 



(Turn right for 34.9 



35.5 
35.6 



38.1 



38.7 
39.0 



<J> Bear left going down hill. 

(Boad on right for VAN 

LONES.) 
Cross B. B. and bear left. 
Cross B. B. at ALMA. 
(J* Bear right and left. 
Summit of mountains, follow 

narrow winding road thru 

forests, mostly down grade. 
Q Straight on. (Boad on left 

leads to WBIOHTS.) 
Q Keep to the right at two 

roads close together. (Fi rst 

left hand road to WBIOHTS.) 
© Straight on, bearing left, 

past road on left, and Hotel 

de Bedwood on right. 
© Straight on. (Boad at left 

for LATJBEL.) 
© Straight on, passing road 

on right. 
©• Turn right at SOQUEL. 

(Straight for CAPITOLA and 

left for SALINAS.) 
© Straight on (Left for 

CAPITOLA, right optional 

Los Gatos.) 
•© Turn left across bridge. 
© Straight on past road on 

left. (Bo ad on left leads to 

FAIBVIEW.) 
On pavement on Soquel Ave. 

Follow car tracks. 
Cross covered bridge. 
SANTA CBTJZ. Soquel and 

Pacific Aves. Turn left for 

beach. (Bight for SAN 

FBANCISCO.) 



ROUTE 46 



SANTA CBUZ TO SAN JOSE. 
Via Los Gatos. 
Miles 
0.0 SANTA CBUZ. From Pacific 
and Soquel Aves. go south on 
Soquel Ave. 
CrosB covered bridge. 
End of pavement. Straight on. 
© Pass road on right. (Boad 
on right leads to FAIB- 
VIEW.) 
Cross bridge and turn right. ©•. 
© Straight on. (Turn right 
for CAPITOLA, left optional 
Los Gatos.) 



0.3 
0.9 
3.4 



3.5 
4.1 



Miles 
4.3 •© SOQUEL. P. O. Turn left 
at xroads. (Straight for 
SALINAS and turn right for 
CAPITOLA.) 
8.3 © Straight on, passing road on 
left. 

14.2 © Straight on. (Boad on left 
for LAUREL.) 

14.8 © Pass Hotel de Bedwood on 
left and straight on past road 
on right. 

15.5 © Keep to the left at two 
roads close together. (Sec- 
ond right-hand road leads to 
WEIGHTS 2J miles.) 



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ROUTE 46— Continued 



Miles 




Miles 


18.3 


Straight on. (Boad on right 
leads to WEIGHTS.) 


32.5 


18.7 


Summit of mountains. Follow 
narrow, winding road thru 


33.0 




forests. Mostly downgrade. 


33.5 


23.9 


(g> Bear right and left. 


34.0 


24.7 


© Cross E. E. at ALMA. (g>. 


35.0 


24.9 


Bear right across B. B. 


35.5 


25.4 


(§> Bear right. (Boad on left 


36.5 




for VAN LONES.) 


36.7 


25.8 


@ Cross covered bridge, im- 
mediately passing inverse 


37.1. 




left fork. 


37.6 


27.5 


Cross bridge, going into town 
on Santa Cruz Ave. 


37.8 


27.6 


LOS GATOS. Straight on 
thru. 


38.0 


28.0 


(§) Straight on. (Turn left for 






SAEATOGA.) 


38.6 


30.0 


Cross B. B. 





30.5 Turn right at single road. 
31.0 Turn left along E. B. 
31.8 Turn left away from E. E. 



39.0 



® Turn right. (Straight for 

SANTA CLARA.) 
CAMPBELL. Cross E. B. 

Straight on. 
Turn left. 
Turn right. 
Turn left. 
Turn right. 
Turn left. 

Turn right on Coe Ave. 
Turn left on Bird Ave. and go 

two blocks. 
Turn right on Williams St. 
Turn left on Josepha St. and 

go two blocks. 
Turn right on San Carlos St. 

and go six blocks, crossing 

bridge over Guadalupe Creek. 
Turn left on Market St. Go 

four blocks, passing City Hall 

on right. 
SAN JOSE. Light Tower. 

Corner of Market and Santa 

Clara Ave. 




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ROUTE 47 



SAN JOSE TO MT. HAMILTON. 



Miles 
0.0 SAN JOSE. From Light Tower 
go east on Santa Clara Ave. 

Q Straight on. 

G- Turn right at Junction 
Road House and follow road 
up through hills. From here 
on it is a steady climb with 
one exception. 

<5> Keep traveled road. 

O Curve left. 

G Keep left. 

Curve left past Smith's Creek 
Hotel. Follow road up moun- 
tains with numerous sharp 
turns and switch backs over 
grades not exceeding 10 por 
cent. 

MT. HAMILTON. Summit and 
site of Lick Observatory. 
Elevation 4,300 feet. 



MT. HAMILTON TO SAN JOSE. 









Miles 
0.0 



6.6 

12.2 
12.4 
14.3 

20.0 



22.2 



MT. HAMILTON. From the 
Observatory go down the 
mountain side on the only 
road. From here to the 
Smith 's Creek Hotel the road 
has many sharp turns and 
switch backs over grades not 
exceeding 10 per cent. 

•gi Curve right past Smith's 
Creek Hotel. 
Keep right. 
Curve right. 

;<S Straight on. 

•'S> Turn left at Junction Boad 
House. Here you are prac- 
tically out of the mountains. 

Straight on, going into city on 
Santa Clara Ave. 



25.2 SAN JOSE. Light Tower. 




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ROUTE 48 



GILEOY TO SALINAS, CAL. 

New load to be opened sometime In 

1916. Procure latest route card 

from Goodrich Dealer In 

Gilroy. 

Miles 

0.0 GILROY. From Postoffice go 

south on Monterey St. 
2.4 @> Take right fork across ce- 
ment bridge. (Left for Hol- 
lister.) 
5.9 @ Cross E. E., then along 

same (§). 
6.6 Pass Sargent Station on right, 
then immediately cross wood- 
en bridge. Follow main road 
between line of telephone 
poles. 

9.4 Cross wooden bridge over river. 

9.5 Straight. (Eoad to right for 

Crittenden.) 

10.0 © Cross E. E. <§>. 

11.9 Curve left at inverse right 
forks. 

12.3 ^ Turn right and go two 

blocks. 

12.4 Turn left and go through town 

San Juan. (Straight for 
Watsonville and Santa Cruz.) 

13.1 <§> Straight ahead. (Turn left 

for Hollister.) This is the 
end of macadamized roads. 
All roads between here and 
San Francisco macadamized. 

13.6 (§>• Turn right and go up San 
Juan grade. 

14.3 (g) Dangerous curves. 

14.5 ^) Dangerous curves. 

16.3 Top of grade. This grade is 
from seven to twelve per 
cent most of the Way. 

21.6 Take right fork. You are now 

at the bottom of the grade, 
which ranges from three to 
eleven per cent. 

21.9 Turn left between telephone 
poles. 

26.8 ^> Turn left on macadam along 
line of poles. (This is the 
San Juan road. (Eoad to 
right a Watsonville and 
Santa Cruz connection.) 

29.5 Cross E. E. Go one block, 
bear right on Main St. 

29.7 SALINAS. (Hotel.) 



SALINAS TO GILEOY, CAL. 

New road to be opened sometime in 
1915. Procure latest route card 
from Goodrich Dealer in 
Salinas. 
Miles 
0.0 SALINAS. From corner of 
Castroville road and Main 
St. go north on Main St. 
0.2 Bear left, crossing E. E. 
Straight ahead on macadam. 
2.9 §>» Turn right on dirt road. 
(Eoad straight ahead for 
Watsonville and Santa Cruz.) 
7.8 §>• Turn right, leaving tele- 
phone line. 
8.1 Bear left at inverse right fork. 
You now start up the San 
Juan grade, up to 11%. 
13.4 Top of grade. Down grade 
to twelve per cent. 

15.2 ® Dangerous curve. Slow. 
15.4 @ Dangerous curve. Slow. 

16.1 •§) Turn left. Foot of grade. 

16.6 ($ Straight ahead. (Turn 

right for Hollister.) 

17.3 Turn right, just after passing 

through town of San Juan. 
(Eoad to left for Watson- 
ville and Santa Cruz.) 

17.4 •<§) Turn left. 
17.8 Take right fork. 

19.7 ® Cross E. E. <§). 

20.2 Straight ahead. (Eoad to left 

for Crittenden.) 

20.3 Cross wooden bridge over river. 
23.1 Cross wooden bridge and pass 

Sargent Station on left. 

23.8 © Cross E. E. f>. 

27.3 Cross cement bridge, then 
bear left at inverse right 
fork. (Eight fork for Hol- 
lister.) 

29.7 GILEOY. (Postoffice, Monte- 
rey St.) 



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ROUTE 49 



8ALINA8 TO WATSONVILLE. 
Via Santa Bite. 
Miles 



0.0 


SALINAS. From Hotel go 
north on Main St. 


0.0 


0.2 


Bear left across B. B. on San 


0.8 




Juan Road. 


0.9 


2.9 


Pass road on right. (Bight 






leads to GILROY via SAN 


4.1 




JUAN grade.) 


5.3 


5.1 


Q Straight through town of 
SANTA EITA and turn left. 


7.6 


7.2 


Q Straight on. (Boad on left 
optional.) 


8.4 


7.6 


$• Turn right. (Straight for 






OASTBOVILLB.) 


11.2 


9.4 


©• Turn right. 
Bear left. 




11.8 


13.6 


14.6 


■Q Cross covered bridge and 
turn left. (Bight for SAN 
JUAN and GELROY.) 


15.4 


15.4 


Straight on. (Turn right for 
ABOMITOS.) 


15.8 


17.7 


•^ Turn left. 


17.9 


18.9 


Cross B. B. 




22.1 


Straight on. (Turn left for 






castrovtlle.) 


20.1 


22.2 


Cross covered bridge, going 
into town on Main St. 




23.0 


WATSONVILLE. (Plaza.) 


22.8 



WATSONVILLE TO SAUNAS. 
Via Santa Bite. 
Miles 

WATSONVILLE. From Plaza, 

go south on Main St. 
Cross covered bridge. 
Straight on. (Turn right for 

OASTBOVTLLE.) 
Cross B. B. 



O* Turn right. 
6 ("" 



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23.0 



Straight on. (Turn left for 

ABOMITOS, 2} miles.) 
Q> Turn right and cross 

bridge. (Boad on left for 

SAN JUAN and GILBOY.) 
Q- Bear right. Keep main 

road thru rolling hills. 
Turn left, bearing right. 
Tarn left and follow road 

thru hills. (Boad on right 

leads to CASTEO VILLE. ) 
® Straight on. (Boad on right 

optional.) 
§>• Turn right, then straight 

on, passing thru SANTA 

EITA. 
•<§) Pass road on left. (Boad 

on left leads to GILBOY via 

SAN JUAN grade.) 
Cross B. B., go one block and 

bear right on Main St. 
SALINAS. (Hotel.) 



ROUTE 11— Continued 



115.3 Bear right at inverse left 

fork. (Left fork *§> for 
Avila. Here you leave the 
seashore.) 128.3 

115.8 Bear right at inverse left 

fork at foot of 7 per cent. 129.0 
grade. (Left -® fork for 
Avila.) ■ 130.7 

116.1 C? Cross wooden bridge and 

B. B.; then right (§>. 

117.2 ® Bear right at inverse left 1S3.0 

fork. (Left fork for Avila.) 135.0 
119.1 £> Cross B. B. ©. 

119.9 Q> Take right fork, crossing 

wooden bridge. 139.8 

120.8 Bear left at inverse right 140.5 
fork. (Bight fork for Edna 
•<§) an optional Santa Maria 143.8 
road.) 147.8 

121.6 Pass oil tanks on right. 148.9 

122.4 Bear right at inverse left 149.3 

fork just after crossing B. 

B. ' 149.9 

122.6 Straight, passing B. B. ware- 150.1 

house on right. 152.1 

123.8 SAN LUIS OBISPO. (Hign- 

erra St.) Turn left one 

block on Chorro St., then 155.0 



turn right on Monterey St. 

to Postoffice, then straight 

ahead out of town. 
Pass under E. B., end of pave- 
ment. 
<§) Left fork, up grade to 11 

per cent. 
Top of grade, <§) bear left at 

inverse right fork. Down 

grade to 8 per cent. 
Down grade for several miles. 
SANTA MARGARITA. (Boad 

to right leads to Creston 

and Pozo.) ^. 
Curve left away from B. B. 
K§> Turn left at Dove Post- 
office and country store. 
Cross bridge. 

Cross bridge and turn right. 
©• Turn right at xroads. 
TEMPLETON. Straight thru 

town. 
Pass road on left. 
Pass road on right. 
Q Pass road on left. (Boad 

on left leads to Cayucus and 

Cambria.) 
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ROUTE 50 



OAKLAND TO BENICIA. 

Miles 
0.0 OAKLAND. Prom 14th, Broad- 
way and San Pablo Aves. go 
northwest on San Pablo Ave. 

1.6 Cross Key Eoute trolley. 

Straight on San Pablo Ave. 

3.7 Straight through xroads at 

West Berkeley. (Turn right 
on University Ave. for UNI- 
VERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 
and BERKELEY. 

5.1 Cross Key Route trolley. 

5.9 RUST. '<§> Straight, parallel- 
ing car tracks. 

7.5 Take right fork. 

8.3 (§> Cross R. R. <§>. 

8.5 •§> Turn left onto McDonald 
Ave. 

10.3 RICHMOND. Continue east on 

McDonald Ave. 
12.1 Turn left, north, on Ban Pablo 
Ave. (Turn right for OAK- 
LAND.) 

13.1 Leave car tracks. 

13.6 •<§) Curve left at 3-corners. 

14.2 SAN PABLO. Straight through 

town. 

14.6 i§) Pass road on left, cross 

bridge and swing right at 
xroads. 

19.7 PINOLE. (§) Straight, follow- 

ing main road over hills. 

21.4 <® Take left fork. (Right fork 

for best road to MARTINEZ 
and all northern points.) 

23.7 (§>• Curve right with road. 

23.8 RODEO. Pass R. R. station on 

left. 

23.9 Cross R. R. Wye. 
24.7 OLEUM. (P. O.) 

25.0 Pass large oil tank of Union 
Oil Co. on left. 

25.3 (§>> Turn right 

25.5 Turn left. 

26.3 (§> Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork for SELBY. 
No outlet.) 

27.5 Turn left. 

27.6 •© Jog left and right at foot 

of hill. 

28.2 Straight thru CROCKETT, 

passing R. R. station. 

30.7 Turn right at edge of Port 

Costa. (Turn left for PORT 
COSTA.) 
30.9 Take left fork up grade. 

31.6 Take right fork. 

35.9 Pass between two cemeteries. 
Keep traveled road. 

36.3 Turn left on Main St. 

36.7 Turn left at hotel on Ferry St. 

Cross R. R. and turn right. 
Follow only road to ferry. 
Take ferry across Bay. 
37.2 BENICIA. 



BENICIA TO OAKLAND. 

Miles 
0.0 BENICIA. Take ferry at foot 

of J St. 
0.0 MARTINEZ. Follow only road 

off ferry. 
0.5 Turn left across R. R. and pass 

through town. Turn right at 

hotel on Main St. 
0.9 Turn right on Talbart St. Up 

hill. Follow winding road up 

to 15 per cent. 
1.3 Pass between two cemeteries. 

Down hill. Keep traveled 

road. From here on road 

winds up and down many 

hills. Bay shore on right. 

6.5 Turn left. (Straight for PORT 

COSTA.) Go up long 10 per 

cent grade, follow hilly road. 

9.0 Straight through CROCKETT. 

9.6 •<§) Jog left and right up hill. 

9.7 Turn right. 

10.9 -® Take left fork. 

11.7 ®- Turn right at end of road. 
11.9 Turn left. 

12.2 Pass large tank of Union Oil 

Co. on .right. 
12.5 OLEUM. (P. O.) 

13.3 Cross R. R. Wye. 

13.4 RODEO. Straight past sta. 

13.5 <<§) Curve left with road. Then 

straight over rolling road. 

15.8 i§>» Curve right along R. R. 

Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork for best road 
to Martinez and points north. 

17.5 PINOLE. © Straight. Follow 

road over hill, some grades to 
10 per cent. 

22.6 •<§> Swing left across bridge at 

xroads and pass road on right 
at end of bridge. 

23.0 SAN PABLO. Straight thru. 

23.6 @< Curve right at three-cor- 

ners. 

24.1 Parallel car track. 

25.1 (§> Turn right on McDonald 

Ave. <g). (For OAKLAND 
straight across R. R. <§).) 

26.9 RICHMOND. Continue west 

on McDonald Ave. 

28.7 @< Turn right on San Pablo 

Ave. and parallel car tracks. 
28.9 © Cross R. R. ($>. 

31.3 RUST. Follow trolley. 
32.7 Cross Key Route trolley. 

33.5 Straight through xroads at 
West Berkeley. (Turn left 
on University Ave. for UNI- 
VERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 
and BERKELEY.) 

35.4 Cross Key Route trolley track. 

Straight on San Pablo Ave., 
into 

37.2 OAKLAND. (14th and Broad- 

way.) 



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ROUTE 51 



BAN FRANCISCO TO BAN 
RAFAEL . 
Take ferry at left end of Ferry 
Bldg. for SATJSALITO. At 
SAUSALITO FERRY LAND- 
ING set odometer at zero. 



Miles 
0.0 



SATJSALITO. Tarn left out 
of Ferry Bldg., then turn 
right on Water St. Follow 
tracks straight on through 
SAUSALITO. 

©• Turn right. 

•© Turn left with road and 
follow along bay shore. 

Take right fork. 

© Turn right across wooden 
bridge. 

©• Turn right. 

©• Bear right across electric 
R. R. ©. (Tamalpais High 
School on left.) 

© Straight, pass road on left. 

Go under R. R., then immedi- 
ately left along same. 

Pass road on right. (Road on 
right leads to TD3URON.) 

Take right fork up grade to 6 
per cent. (Left fork optional 
in dry weather.) 

© Straight through xroads. 
(Left for CORTE MADERA 
and LARKSPUR. Right for 
SAN CLEMENTE.) 

© Cross electric R. R. ©. 

© Straight through xroads 
just off bridge at Greenbrae. 
(Road on right to San Ra- 
fael via San Quentin.) 

© Pass inverse right fork. 
(Inverse right fork is op- 
tional SATJSALITO road via 
San Quentin.) 

© Cross R. R. ©. 

© Cross R. R. ©. 

Turn left on Fourth St. 

Cross R. R. at SAN RAFAEL 
R. R. Station. 

Straight on Fourth St. (Turn 
right for SANTA ROSA.) 

SAN RAFAEL. 



SAN RAFAEL TO SAN 
FRANCISCO 
Miles 
0.0 SAN RAFAEL. From center 

of town go south on Fourth 

Street. 
0.2 Straight on Fourth St. (Turn 

left for SANTA ROSA.) 
0.3 Cross R. R. at SAN RAFAEL 

Station. 
0.4 Turn right one block from sta- 
tion on Sausalito Rd. 
0.8 © Cross R. R. ©. 
1.0 © Cross R. R. ©. 
1.2 ©• Take right fork. (Left 

fork optional Sausalito Rd. 

via San Quentin.) 

3.4 © Straight through xroads, 

crossing bridge at Greenbrae. 

(Road on left to San Rafael 

via San Quentin.) 
4.0 © Cross electric R. R. ©. 
4.8 © Straight through xroads. 

(Road to right for CORTE 

MADERA and LARKSPUR. 

Left for SAN CLEMENTE.) 

6.5 Pass inverse right fork at foot 

of grade. (Inverse right fork 
optional in dry weather.) 

6.8 Pass road on left. (Road on 

left to TTBURON.) 
7.0 Turn right under R. R. 
7.2 © Straight past road on right. 
7.7 © Cross electric R. R. and 
bear left. (Tamalpais High 
School on right.) ©. 

8.6 •© Turn left. 

8.9 •© Cross wooden bridge and 

turn left. 

10.0 Pass inverse right fork. 

10.1 © Turn right with road. 

11.4 •© Turn left and follow road 
through SAUSALITO to 
Ferry Bldg. 

12.4 SAUSALITO. Ferry Bldg., 
from Ferry Bldg., San Fran- 
cisco side, straight on Mar- 
ket St. to Fremont. Turn 
left one block. 
SAN FRANCISCO. The Good- 
rich Building, Mission and 
Fremont Sts. 



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ROUTE 52 



LIVEEMOEE TO NILES. 
Via Nlles Canyon. 
Miles 
0.0 LIVEEMOEE. From P. 0. go 
west on the main road thin 
town. 

Jog right and left. Parallel 
E. E. 

Cross spur tracks. 

Straight thru PLEASANTON, 
paralleling B. B. 

Pass cemetery on left. 

Pass road on left. 

Cross E. E. and turn left. 

Pass road on left. 

Turn left across E. E. then 
right along same at VE- 
BONA. (Turn right before 
crossing E. E. for DUBLIN.) 

Curve slightly left away from 
B. B. 

Turn right and go thru 
STJNOL. (Left for VALLE- 
CITOS VALLEY and SAN 
JOSE via MISSION PASS.) 
Continue following main 
traveled road thru NILES 
CANYON. 

Pass road on right. (Eoad on 
right leads thru SINBAD 
CANYON.) 

Turn right across B. B., then 
left along same. 

Turn left across B. B., then 
right along same. 

Turn right across E. B., then 
left along same, passing in- 
verse right fork. 

Go under B. B., and turn right. 
(Left for SAN JOSE.) 

NILES. E. E. station on 
right. 



0.5 

4.0 
6.0 

7.0 
7.1 
7.6 
7.7 
8.5 



8.5 
11.0 



11.3 



11.4 



12.4 



15.9 



18.4 
18.8 



NILES TO LIVEEMOEE. 
Via NUes Canyon. 
Miles 
0.0 NILES. Prom the B. B. sta- 
tion go in a southerly direc- 
tion on the Main highway. 
0.4 Turn left under E. E. (Straight 

for SAN JOSE.) 
2.9 Take right fork acroBS B. B., 

then left along same. 
6.4 Turn left across B. B., then 
right along same. 

7.4 Turn right across E. E., then 

left along same. 

7.5 Pass road on left. (Eoad on 

left leads thru SINBAD 
CANYON.) 

7.8 SUNOL. Turn left just past 
center pf town. (Straight 
for VALLECITOS VALLEY 
and SAN JOSE via MIS- 
SION PASS.) 

9.3 Parallel E. E. 
10.3 Turn left across B. B., then 
right along same at VE- 
EONA STA. (Eoad straight 
ahead after crossing E. E. 
for DUBLIN.) 

11.1 Pass road on right. 

11.2 Turn right across B. B. 

11.7 Pass road on right. 

11.8 Pass cemetery on right. 

12.8 Straight thru PLEASANTON; 

paralleling B. B. 
14.8 Cross spur tracks. 

18.3 Jog right and left into 
18.8 LIVEEMOEE. Post Office. 



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ROUTE 54 

SAUNAS TO MONTEREY AND PACIFIC GROVE AND MON- 

PACIFIC OEOVE. TEBEY TO SALINAS. 

Miles Miles 

SALINAS. From hotel go »0 PACIFIC GEOVE. Go east 

south on Main on Lighthouse Ave. Fol- 

0.5 Straight 'past road on left at low thoroughfare turning 

hospital. (Turn left for Paso right into MONTEEEY on 

Boli Alvarado St. 

1.0 Q Bear right with main , ; Turn loft on Franklin St. 

travel. (Turn left for Paso . , _ _ , _ ... „, ,„_ 

Bobles ■> * Q- Turn right away from 

1.3 O Cross B. E. ©. | r °! lnd8 ° f U ° A tel Del f ^ 

& Turn right past Holmes F °' low macadam road thru 

tavern, next left across and over rollin g hlUs - 

bridge 'over Salinas River. v -- 5 §> Bear left » J ust P aBt sma11 

4.0 Q Pass road on left. Follow pond. 

winding macadam road 18.9 <§) Pass road on right. 

through rolling hills. 19 .7 Cross bridge over Salinas 

10.4 q> Bear nght, passing small River, next turn right, then 

pond a little beyond. left •© past Holmes Tavern. 

17.8 ■© Tun. left at Hotel Del 2 6 Q c ^ R R Q 

Monte grounds, and keep on v . . . 

main road, following same to 21 -9 §> Straight on, going into city 

eI1( i. on Main St. (Turn right for 

19.9 MONTEEEY. (Alvarado and Pas0 Bobles.) 

Franklin Sts.) Turn right 22.4 Straight past road on right at 

through city. Follow main hospital. (Turn right for 

thoroughfare, to Paso Robles.) 

22.9 PACIFIC GEOVE. 22.9 SALINAS. 



NECESSITIES ON THE LONG TOUR : 

Goodrich Silvertown Cord Tires, or 
Goodrich Safety Tread Tires. 

1 extra casing of Safety Tread or Cord Tire. 
Keep covered. 

Goodrich brown inner tubes for all casings. 

2 extra brown tubes properly wrapped or bagged to protect 

from oil and prevent chafing. 

1 box Goodrich self-vulcanizing patches and one box Good- 
rich permanent puncture plugs (for small punctures). 

1 Goodrich Tire Sleeve. 

1 set of tire applying levers. 

1 box powdered soapstone or mica to be used between cas- 
ing and tube to prevent sticking. 

1 can Goodrich Plastic to repair cuts in casing. 

6 valve caps. 

3 dust caps. 
Air Pump. 

Goodrich water bucket. 

Jack. 

Complete tool kit. 

Goodrich raincoat. 

Goodrich Hipress boots. 

1 set of chains. 

2 extra spark plugs. 

1 extra water tank or bag for drinking purposes and 

radiator. 
Face cream for sunburn. 
Stained goggles "(yellow or orange). 

•t 



ROUTE 55 



COALINGA TO HANFOED AND 
VISALIA, CAL. 

Miles 
0.0 COALINGA. From 5th and E 

Sts. go in southerly direction. 
0.3 Curve left, past inverse right 

fork at Coalinga school house. 
0.4 Take left fork. (Inverse right 

fork for Devil's Den and 

Lost Hills.) 

10.2 Pass inverse right fork. (In- 

verse right fork for Devil's 
Den and Lost Hills.) 
13.8 Pass inverse left fork. 

16.1 Cross E. E., then right. 
16.4 Straight by HUEON. 

17.3 Eight across E. B., then left. 

17.4 Take right fork. 

31.2 Cross bridge over King's Eiver 

32.4 Cross E. E. 

34.5 Turn left at irregular xroads. 

(Turn right for Strathford.) 

37.5 Turn right, away from power 

line. 

38.4 Turn left. 

38.7 LEMOOEE. Turn right. (Ga- 
rage on right.) 

39.0 Turn right and immediately 
cross B. B. 

39.6 Thru xroads. (Turn right for 

Armona.) 

40.7 Turn right at xroads. 

41.7 Cross wooden bridge and pass 

road on left. 

44.4 Cross E. E. 

44.8 Thru xroads. (Turn left for 

Orangeville and right for 
Armona.) 

47.3 Pass County Hospital. 

47.8 Turn right at xroads, away 
from line of telephone poles 
running on both sides of road. 

48.0 Turn left at xroads. 
48.3 Cross E. E. at Sta. 

48.5 HANTOED. Straight. 

49.1 Turn left at xroads. 

50.2 Turn right at xroads. (Straight 

for Fresno.) 
53.2 Straight thru xroads. 
54.2 Straight thru xroads. 
55.2 Pass road on left. 
56.2 Swing left across E. B. 
62.2 Straight thru xroads. (Turn 

left for Fresno.) 

62.6 GOSHEN JUNCTION to the 

left. Straight, crossing B. 
B. (Turn left for Fresno.) 

67.7 Pass road on right, immediate- 

ly after E. E. (Eoad on right 
for Bakersfield via Tulare.) 

68.8 Turn left with road. 
70.1 VISALIA. 



VISALIA TO HANFOED AND 
COALINGA, CAL. 

Miles 
0.0 VISALIA. From National 
Bank of Visalia go west on 
Main St. 

Turn right with road. 

Turn left with road along E. 
B. Keep direct road. 

@ Pass road on left, imme- 
diately before crossing E. E. 
(Eoad on left for Bakersfield, 
via Tulare.) 

(§) GOSHEN JUNCTION to 
the right. Direct road. 
(Turn right for Fresno.) 

Thru xroads. (Turn right for 
Fresno.) 

Swing right across E. E. 

Straight thru xroads. 

Straight thru xroads. 

Turn left at xroads. 

Turn right at xroads. 

HANFOED. Straight. 

Cross B. B. at Santa Fe Sta. 

Turn right at xroads. 

Turn left at xroads. Follow 
telephone poles. 

Pass County Hospital. 

Thru xroads. (Turn right for 
Orangeville, left for Ar- 
mona.) 

Cross B. B. 

Cross wooden bridge. 

Turn left at end of telephone 
line at xroads. 

Straight thru xroads. (Turn 
left for Armona.) 

Cross B. B. and left. 

LEMOOEE. Turn left at ga- 
rage. 

Turn right at end of street. 

Turn left at power line. 

Turn right at irregular xroads. 
(Straight for Strathford.) 

Cross E. B. 

Cross bridge over Kings Biver. 
Straight, following road over 
plains. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Eight across BE. and left. 

Straight by HUEON. 

Turn left across B. E. and im- 
mediately take left fork. 

Take left fork. 

Take right fork. (Left fork 
for Devil's Den and Lost 
Hills.) 

Eight fork at Coalinga school 
house. 

COALINGA. 5th and E Sts, 



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13.9 
15.9 

16.9 
19.9 
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21.6 
21.8 
22.1 
22.3 

22.8 
25.3 



25.7 
28.4 
29.4 

30.5 

31.1 
31.3 

31.7 
32.6 
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37.7 
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52.7 
52.8 
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service: 



The Goodrich Touring Bureau was established for the express 
purpose of giving free aid and information to motorists on 
contemplated tours. It is the most successful organization of 
the kind ever inaugurated — no other, whether public or private 
service, can approach it in efficiency and scope. We help the 
motorist plan his trip from start to finish; supply him with 
accurate information as to distances, crossings, bridges, repair 
shops, etc., and in fact, make it as easy for him as if he had 
already covered the route. 

And when he is on his trip, he receives still further aid from 
Goodrich, for we now have three truck crews of trained men 
working in different sections of the country — under the direc- 
tion of our Touring Bureau — erecting simple, attention-attract- 
ing, effective, and durable road markers, made of porcelain 
enamel in three colors, with arms pointing to destinations in 
as many directions as are required. Each arm shows the town 
name and mileage thereto. Considering the breadth of these 
United States, you can realize that our task is stupendous, but 
we have already marked 60,000 miles of highway and expect 
to do many more. 

Tourists have not been slow to take advantage of our offer. 
During the summer months we have handled as high as 400 
requests for itineraries per day. "While road logs of different 
tours along highways connecting large centers of population 
in both the United States and Canada are available at any 
time, we have published a great many of the more popular 
routes in neatly bound booklets giving accurate road maps, etc. 
Procure list of Route Books from nearest Goodrich Service 
Station: 

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Golden Gate Golden Gate and Van Ness Ave. 

Los Angeles Eleventh and Olive St. 

Oakland. Corner Twelfth and Harrison Sts. 

San Diego 229 "B " St. 

Portland Broadway and Burnside Sts. 

Seattle 113-15 King St. and 602 E. Pike St. 

Spokane 1201 First Ave. 



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ROAD SIGN 




ROUTE ROOK 

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA 
SAN FRANCISCO 

TO 

PASO RORLES 



CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARf 



FOREWORD 

This map book is presented to the 
Tourist with the compliments of 
The B. F. Goodrich Company, 
Akron, Ohio. 

It charts the most carefully chosen 
roads for touring through one section 
of the United States. It indicates 
the Intersecting Roads, the Steep 
Up-Grades, the approach to the 
dangers of Steam Railroads and 
Electric Railroads, and the location 
of every Goodrich Road Sign. 
There are also maps for the cities 
and the small towns, where the route 
through the municipal limits is apt 
to be confusing. 

An effort has been made to show 
the Tourist his legal rights and ob- 
ligations. 

It is hoped, too, that the suggestions 
for the care of tires will be found 
exceedingly helpful. 



EXPLANATION 



This GOODRICH ROUTE BOOK of CENTRAL CALI- 
FORNIA contains maps of all the principal towns and highways 
south of San Francisco to El Paso de Robles. It gives the route 
to Big Tree Grove, the peninsula of Monterey, Mount Hamilton, 
and a city map of San Francisco. 

The sign, thus @, indicates the position of the GOODRICH 
ROAD MARKERS, which are to be found at all the right places. 
By watching for them and consulting the maps, one may travel 
anywhere in this section easily. 

The heavy lines are the main roads, the lighter lines are arbi- 
trary routes, and the lightest lines indicate all other roads, trails 
and boundaries. 

Important rivers, landmarks, missions, mountain ranges, and 
grades are noted upon the map wherever they occur. The 
GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS can be relied upon for direc- 
tions and mileage. There is a brief description of each section 
along with information regarding Road Conditions, Hotels, Gar- 
ages, Points of Interest, Mileages, etc. 



CALIFORNIA MAPS INDEX 



Index Map 3 

Tire Pointers 4-5 

San Francisco Points 

Map, page 6 

Route Description, page 7 

San Francisco and Redwood City 

Map, page S 

Route Description, page 9 

Redwood City and San Jose 

Map, page 10 

Route Description, page 11 

San Jose and Hollister 

Map, page 12 

Route Description, page 13 

Salinas and Soquel 

Map, page 14 

Route Description, page 15 

Putting up a Goodrich Road Marker 16-17 

Salinas and Monterey 

Map, page 18 

Route Description, page ID 

Points on the Forty Mile Drive 

Map, page 20 

Route Description, page 21 

Salinas and Jolon 

Map, page 22 

Route Description, page 23 

Jolon and Paso Robles 

Map, page 24 

Route Description, page 25 

Santa Cruz and San Mateo 

Map, page 26 

Route Description, page 27 

Santa Cruz and Los Gatos 

Map, page 28 

Route Description, page 29 

Table of Interchangeable Tires 30 

Weight and Inflation Schedule 30 

Motor Vehicle Law 31 

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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SAN FPANCISGOancEL PASO e R0BLES 



TIRE POINTERS 

(Most or these hints are, obviously, applicable to the care 
or automobile tires, or motorcycle tires.) 

More tires give out from insufficient inflation than any- 
thing else. Remember that it is the air in the tube that 
carries the load and cushions the road. 

Avoid sudden application of the brake. 

If one .side of a tire (clincher type) shows more wear 
than another, turn it around. 

Running a tire flat, even a short distance, is sure to be 
costly. Better run on the rim, very slowly and carefully, 
if imperatively necessary, and the distance is very short, 
than on a flat tire. 

Keep grease and oil away from your tires and tubes, 
always. They destroy rubber. 

Keep rims in good order, straight and true. Rust is 
destructive. Paint preserves. 

Speedy deflation demands instant attention. 

Don't let weight rest on deflated tires even over night. 

If your wheels are out of true, their want of parallel- 
ism will have a bad effect on the tire covers. The car 
travels at a twist and the wheels will be scraped instead 
of rolled over the ground, which means added friction, 
and quicker wear-out to the tire. Side skidding and 
rounding corners rapidly will cause rim-cutting. 

Make sure that tires are properly inflated before begin- 
ning trips. Avoid running in street car tracks. -It is very 
detrimental to the tires. 

Do not drive in ruts or bump the side of the tire 
against the curbing or pavement. 

See that the size of the tire is in keeping with the 
weight of the machine and the load it is likely to carry. 

Don't start your machine with a jump. 

If one of your tires sustains a cut to the extent of ex- 
posing the fabric, an emergency band or patch should be 
applied at once. 

We would recommend keeping an odometer record of 
the mileage of each tire. You will find that you are get- 
ting better mileage than you would otherwise imagine. 

HOW TO REPAIR A SIMPLE PUNCTURE 

After treating the hole in the tube, take a coarse emery 
cloth or sand paper and rub the surface of the rubber for 
several inches around the puncture. Then clean this sur- 
face with benzine or gasoline. Roughen the surface of 
the rubber patch, taking care to select one which will 
cover the hole by a wide margin, and also clean off with 
benzine or gasoline. Cover well with Goodrich rubber 
cement the space around the puncture and the rough side 
of the rubber patch, this to be done two or three times at 
intervals of five to fifteen minutes, the coating being ap- 
plied when the preceding one is perfectly dry. Press the 
patch against the tube firmly and thoroughly to remove 
all air bubbles beneath it and to insure proper adherence 

4 



of the surfaces. Remove all uncovered solution with 
benzine, and spread some soapstone, talc powder or 
French chalk, all of which are synonymous, over the solu- 
tionized surface, so as to prevent the tube sticking to the 
cover. 

Always make sure that the surfaces are well roughened 
and cleaned before application of the cement, and the 
solution is given ample time to dry. If the cement is no! 
dry and tacky, the patch will not adhere as it should, and 
might loosen while the tire was being put into the cas- 
ing; the same results would obtain if the surface was not 
properly cleaned or roughened before application of ce- 
ment. Before the tube is put into the casing, plenty of 
talc powder should be sprinkled into the latter. 

HOW TO REPAIR A SMALL HOLE OR CUT 
IN THE CASING 

Never allow a cut in the casing to go without imme- 
diate repair — moisture and dirt will surely enter in quick 
order and weaken the exposed fabric. 

Look your tires over every once in a while, the oftener 
the better, and when you find a cut or gouge that extends 
to the fabric, bear in mind that your tire is hurt to the 
quick, that is, the fabric is exposed to the disintegrating 
effects of moisture and dirt, which in short order will 
weaken the stoutest fabric not only at the point of incision 
but perhaps a foot or more away as the dampness follows 
along the thread of the fabric like oil in a wick. This ac- 
counts for blowouts at points on the tire where the sur- 
face is intact. The remedy that serves all immediate needs 
is not necessarily a repair garage or a vulcanizing outri'. 
Just wash out and thoroughly dry the cut, then apply 
"PLASTIC." It is a self-drying, self-curing cement, 
easy to use, not mussy. Very effective, as it securely 
seats itself, and seals the hole or cut against the entry of 
moisture or grit. 

MAKE SURE THAT YOUR TIRES ARE 

LARGE ENOUGH TO CARRY 

THE LOAD 

Do not employ tires of a size barely adequate to carry 
the weight of the car and its occupants. 

You ought to have a margin of tire strength to go and 
come on. 

The occasional increased load or burst of speed over- 
strains ; the construction of the tire is weakened, and the 
final blow-out is the result. In order to meet and over- 
come such conditions, where existing, the makers of 
Goodrich Tires afford car owners the opportunity to use 
tires of larger diameter, as well as circumference meas- 
urement, without change of rim. While the initial ex- 
pense of such tires is slightly greater, the ultimate advar, 
tage of -additional mileage far more than compensates. 
The list of interchangeable Goodrich Tires is shown on 
page 30. 

5 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SAN FRANCISCO POINTS 



SAN FRANCISCO POINTS. 

This map gives an idea of the location of the two cities, 
San Francisco and Oakland. Only a few of the principal 
streets are shown. It must be understood that these are 
not the only excellent thoroughfares. 

There are many points of interest. Perhaps the most 
worthy of note is the Golden Gate Park, with its Museum, 
Art Gallery, and Zoo. It is near here the Panama-Pa- 
cific Exposition will be held in 1915. Then there are 
Chinatown, Presidio, Fort Mason, Seal Rocks and Cliff 
House, Sutro Baths, Barbary Coast, Knob Hill and the 
United States mint. 

Oakland is another interesting city, with such places as 
the Zoo, Trestle Glen, Lake Merritt, Piedmont Park and 
Art Gallery, and Idora Park to visit. 

The University of California is at Berkeley. Sau- 
salito is one of the ferry connections for the north 
country. 

Ferry Connections : In San Francisco all ferries 
leave from the ferry building at the foot of Market Street. 
The principal ferry, to the mole at Oakland, is in the 
center, and the others are to the right and left. 

The fare to Oakland is ten cents for each person, 
seventy-five cents for automobiles. Prices vary a little 
on different ferries. Boats leave at all hours during the 
day, and as the time tables change it is well to inquire of 
attendants about the time of departure. 

Sausalito and Tiburon ferries connect for all points 
north into Lake County. In going to Lake County and 
Mount Shasta, the ferry to Vallejo and northern points 
inland is often taken. There is a ferry to Berkeley, but 
time is saved by going to Oakland direct. The ferry 
that lands at the foot of Broadway, in Oakland, is avail- 
able if one misses the other. 

Goodrich Tires : At San Francisco, The B. F. Good- 
rich Company of California, 341-317 Market Street and 
556-5G0 Golden Gate Avenue ; Oakland, The B. F. Good- 
rich Company of California, 1913-1915 Broadway; Berk- 
eley. 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SAN FPANCISCO AND REDWOOD CITY 



SAN FRANCISCO AND REDWOOD CITY. 

On map 2 is shown some of the region lying south of 
San Francisco, — the suburbs and country estates along 
the peninsula. The GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS 
are found wherever they will be of use. 

Redwood City, San Mateo, and Colma are attractive 
points of destination for tourists. From San Mateo 
there is a road that branches westward through a very 
picturesque mountain country. It leads past the Spring 
Valley Lakes to Half Moon Bay and Santa Cruz. 

There is a choice of two routes from Colma into San 
Francisco, one via Mission road, Valencia and Market 
Streets, the other over the boulevard and through Golden 
Gate Park. The latter is a little longer, but the view is 
much more varied and gives one a chance to visit the 
Park. 

Hotels and Garages: Redwood City, San Mateo 
and San Francisco. 

Road Conditions : Roads are almost always in good 
condition. South from Colma there will be found some 
uneven places, but these may be fixed at any time. The 
roads are level, except in the vicinity of San Francisco 
where there are grades as steep as 18%. In the city 
itself some of the streets have heavy grades, but the main 
ones are for the most part level. 

Road Mileages : Redwood City to Los Angeles, 442.5 
miles. Redwood City to San Francisco, 28.3 miles. San 
Mateo tp San Francisco, 21.6 miles. Colma to San Fran- 
cisco, 8 miles. San Francisco to Los Angeles, 273 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At San Francisco, The B. F. Good- 
rich Company of California, 341-347 Market Street and 
556-560 Golden Gate Avenue; Redwood City and San 
Mateo. 




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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
REDWOOD CITY AND SAN JOSE 



10 



REDWOOD CITY AND SAN JOSE. 

Here is a continuation of the road from San Francisco, 
— another part of the "Century Run," as the route from 
San Francisco around the bay to Oakland is called. It 
is the chief motoring road for this section. At all con- 
fusing places, there are GOODRICH ROAD MAR- 
KERS. 

South and west of Palo Alto is Leland Stanford, Jr. 
University, and a trip to it should not be missed. A 
special automobile road must be used that lies to the left 
of the main entrance boulevard. 

Much fruit is raised in this district. Palo Alto, Moun- 
tain View and Santa Clara are all situated in the fruit 
country. 

San Jose is a fair sized city that offers the best of 
accommodations, and many sight-seeing points. A side 
trip up Mount Hamilton to Lick Observatory will give 
some splendid views. 

Saratoga and Los Gatos are two little towns lying to 
the south and west. 

Hotels and Garages: Redwood City, Palo Alto, 
Mountain View, Alviso, Santa Clara, San Jose, Saratoga 
and Los Gatos. 

Road Conditions : Roads are usually good, nearly 
all macadam and asphalt. As a rule, level and without 
grades, although a little uneven near Los Gatos. Travel 
is always favorable. 

Road Mileage: Redwood City to San Jose, 24.7 
miles. Palo Alto to San Jose, 18.5 miles. San Jose to 
San Francisco, 53.1 miles. San Jose to Los Angeles, 
420.1 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Redwood City, Palo Alto, Santa 
Clara and San Jose. 



11 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SAN JOSE AND HOLLISTER 



12 



SAN JOSE AND HOLLISTER. 

GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS are found all 
through this country. On the special map below is the 
side trip to Mount Hamilton and Lick Observatory, which 
gives a splendid panorama of the Santa Clara Valley. 
At Gilroy, a branch road leads over the Pacheco Pass to 
the San Joaquin Valley. It connects with the Yosemite 
Valley, and the inland route to Los Angeles via Bakers- 
field. Hollister lies a little off the main road, but can be 
easily reached if one wishes. At San Juan is the Mission 
San Juan Bautista. 

Hotels and Garages : San Jose, Gilroy and Hollister. 

Road Conditions : Roads vary from the best possible 
to some very rough spots. Most of them are level, wide 
and in good condition. The road up Mount Hamilton 
has grades as high as 18%, with some stones and dust. 
There are some rather bad places south of San Juan. 
The grade can be avoided by a detour (see map). 

Road Mileage: San Jose to Mount Hamilton, 25.4 
miles. San Jose to Hollister, 55 miles. San Jose to Gil- 
roy, 28.7 miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At San Jose, Gilroy and Hollister. 




MT. HAMILTON 
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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SALINAS AND SOQUEL 



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SALINAS AND SOQUEL. 

On map 5 appears the region adjoining the northern 
part of Monterey County. The GOODRICH ROAD 
MARKERS are shown throughout. Most of this coun- 
try is devoted to fruit raising. There are miles of 
orchards. 

The road via Watsonville is the direct route to Santa 
Cruz. For scenery it far excels the real inland road 
through Gilroy. There is a cut-off to Monterey for peo- 
ple traveling via Santa Cruz who do not wish to visit 
Salinas. 

Watsonville and Salinas are both thriving cities, cen- 
ters of the local fruit and beet sugar industries. 

This valley of Monterey is part of the oldest settled 
section of California. Many old landmarks remain of 
the days of the Conquerors. 

Hotels and Garages : Salinas, Watsonville and Hol- 
lister. 

Road Conditions : Most of the roads are in good 
condition, wide, level and macadam. However, there are 
a few rather worn places, and some unimportant grades. 
Many otherwise confusing situations are remedied by the 
GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS. 

Road Mileage : Salinas to San Francisco, 109.2 miles. 
Salinas to Los Angeles, "63 miles. Salinas to Watson- 
ville, 20.3 miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At Salinas, Watsonville and Hol- 
lister. 



15 



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PUTTING UP A GOC 

While one man is digging a hole to a depth of three and one-half feet, 
timber cross piece is na.led to the post bottom, as an anchor (Figure 2), 

When the 
put into thl 
rocks and st est 
into the hole 

The last ste 
plate which arc 
all the syml s, p 
posite the nai off 
to indicate \ fs 
road emergeiles, 
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The GooddiR ( 
is then read I 
venience of l 
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]RICH ROAD MARKER 

other is adjusting the disc and the blades to the post (Figure 1). Then a 
d the timber is thoroughly creosoted so that it is weather-proof (Figure 3). 
:ce has been 
ground large 
ts are thrown 
Figure 4). 

is to attach a 
ars a copy of 
>, placed op- 
of each town 
fs of meeting 
ts, and an ex- 
ch one (Fig- 



Road Sign 
for the con- 
Tourist (Fig- 




17 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SALINAS AND MONTEREY 



18 



SALINAS AND MONTEREY. 

Here the GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS show the 
route from Salinas, into the Monterey Hills. It is an 
ideal motoring country. At Del Monte is the famous 
hotel of that name, visited by tourists from all over the 
state. 

Monterey was the first capital of California. Here is 
the first brick building built in the state and a little old 
theatre where such stars as Jennie Lind appeared years 
ago. Monterey was the scene of great activity during 
the war with Mexico. The town is rich with historic as- 
sociations. 

Pacific Grove and New Monterey are newer cities and 
beach resorts. Accommodations good. 

A pleasant side trip is a visit to the aquarium and ex- 
periment station of the Leland Stanford Jr. University. 

Near here is the Forty Mile Drive, shown on Map 7, 
and described in full on page 21. It is considered the 
most beautiful drive in California, and should not be 
missed. 

Hotels and Garages : At Salinas, Del Monte, Mont- 
erey and Pacific Grove. 

Road Conditions: Roads generally fair. Between 
the Salinas River and Del Monte are several sharp turns 
and 12% grades. Care should be used as this road is 
often heavily traveled, and high speed around the corners 
may cause a collision. There is a little sand in places, 
and a few oiled stretches, but nothing bad. Roads near 
Del Monte and around Monterey are first-class. 

Goodrich Tires: At Salinas, Monterey and Pacific 
Grove. 



19 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
POINTS ON 40 MILE DRIVE. 



20 



POINTS ON THE FORTY MILE DRIVE. 

On Map 7 is that part of Monterey Peninsula known 
as the Forty Mile Drive. It is all private property and 
before touring it get a permit at the Hotel Del Monte. 
This permit is surrendered to either of the gate lodges 
and the rules must be observed in driving through the 
reserve. 

The striking beauty of the peninsula has made it one 
of the famous show places of California. One rarely 
finds so much scenic variety. 

On entering the west gate the drive leads through pine 
forests to Moss Beach. Near here is Restless Sea, where 
four currents meet. A little beyond is Point Joe, the 
scene of many wrecks. Farther down are Bird Rocks 
and Seal Rocks, where large numbers of gulls and seals 
gather. A long winding road among the dunes follows, 
with a glimpse of the Ostrich Tree. 

Cypress Point is the only place in the world where a 
certain species of cypress is found. Point Midway may 
be seen from the car and has been called one of the finest 
bits of scenery in the state. 

At Pebble Beach Lodge there is a good inn. From 
here the road rises high into the mountains, presenting a 
panorama of the Pacific. A side road runs to Carmel by 
the Sea, a favorite resort of authors and artists. 

Hotels and Garages : Del Monte, Monterey and Pa- 
cific Grove. 

Road Conditions : All roads are macadam, well kept 
and always in good condition. Care must be exercised 
to avoid fast driving, as there would be danger of a col- 
lision, especially at some points along the ocean. 

Goodrich Tires : At Monterey and Pacific Grove. 



21 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SALINAS ANDJOLON 



22 



SALINAS AND JOLON. 

GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS guide the tourist 
through a long level stretch of farming country. The 
little towns along the way are thriving centers of the 
beet sugar industry. 

Soledad, Spanish for "Solitude," derives its name from 
the old mission near here known as Nuestra Senora de la 
Soledad (Our Lady of the Solitude). It is one of the 
oldest of the Spanish Missions. 

Paraiso Springs is a pleasant health resort not far from 
the mission. An inland route through King City is some- 
times taken in going to Hollister. 

Near Jolon is the Mission of San Antonio de Padua. 
A small museum in Jolon contains some noteworthy relics. 

Hotels and Garages : Salinas, Soledad and King 
City. 

Road Conditions : In most cases the roads are fair, 
although there is much clay that will make tough going 
in the wet season. Sand and rocky spots will be found 
occasionally. Near Jolon there is a grade of 20% with 
some sharp turns which will require caution. In some 
places the road is rather rough. 

Road Mileage : Salinas to San Francisco, 61.7 miles. 
Soledad to Salinas, 25 miles. Jolon to Los Angeles, 301.3 
miles. Jolon to San Francisco, 170.9 miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At Salinas. 



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EL PASO DE 
ROB 



MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
JOLON AND PASO POBLES 



24 



JOLON AND EL PASO DE ROBLES. 

GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS are a great help in 
this section, which is thinly settled, and many of the roads 
lead off to side canyons in the mountains. 

The main route is part of the Coast Road between Los 
Angeles and San Francisco. From El Paso de Robles 
south to Los Angeles is included in the GOODRICH 
PACIFIC COAST ROUTE BOOK NUMBER TWO. 

The Indian Valley detour is marked and indicated on 
the map as the main route between Bradley and San 
Miguel. It is considered much the safer. The direct 
road is full of sand and many machines get stuck. Dur- 
ing the wet season the direct road is quite impassable. 
The Indian Valley route should be used at all times to 
save trouble. 

The old mission of San Miguel is situated on the main 
road. 

El Paso de Robles is noted for its hot springs. Here 
is a connecting road through the mountains for all points 
inland. It runs to Chualome, Dudley, Sunset, Coalinga, 
Maricopa and all points in the San Joaquin Valley. 

Hotels and Garages : El Paso de Robles. 

Road Conditions : Most of the roads are of natural 
earth, with a good deal of sand, quartz and clay. Avoid 
the Salinas River bed by using the Indian Valley road. 
There are rolling grades up to 18%, with some sharp 
turns and narrow places all along the way. Keep a sharp 
lookout for railroad crossings and bad bridges. 

Road Mileage : Jolon to San Francisco, 170.9 miles. 
Jolon to Bradley, 26.6 miles. Jolon to San Miguel, 47 
miles. Jolon to El Paso de Robles, 58.2 miles. El Paso 
de Robles to Los Angeles, 255.9 miles. El Paso de Robles 
to San Francisco, 216.4 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At El Paso de Robles. 



25 




SANTA CRUL^ 



MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SANTA CRUZ AND SAN MATEO 



26 



SANTA CRUZ AND SAN MATEO. 

Map 10 shows one of the most picturesque districts of 
Central California. All danger of losing one's way is 
eliminated by the GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS. 

Santa Cruz and Half Moon Bay are both attractive 
year-round beach resorts. Santa Cruz, in particular, has 
a number of good hotels, and many attractions. A side 
trip is made from here to the California Redwood Park, 
with GOODRICH MARKERS the whole distance. 

In the park itself will be found the giant Sequoia or 
Redwood tree. The trees in this grove are not so large 
as those in the Yosemite Valley and belong to another 
species. Some of them are a thousand years old. 

The trees must not be injured or defaced in any way 
and fires are not allowed in the reserve near them. A 
shelter will be found for picnic parties. Admission to the 
park is free. 

Hotels and Garages: Santa Cruz and Half Moon 
Bay. 

Road Conditions : Some of the roads are of the best, 
others are poor. Grades are steep; 21% will be found in 
several places. There are several bad bridges between 
Davenport and Pescadero. Sharp turns must be watched. 

Road Mileage: Santa Cruz to Los Angeles, 414 
miles. Santa Cruz to San Francisco, via Los Gatos, 91 
miles. Half Moon Bay to San Francisco, 32 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Santa Cruz and San Mateo. 



27 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SANTA CRUZ AND LOS GATOS 



28 



SANTA CRUZ AND LOS GATOS. 

Between Santa Cruz and Los Gatos is a wild moun- 
tainous country. GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS will 
be found all the way. 

The road here climbs to the very crest of the coast 
range, affording many good views of mountain scenery. 
Near the summit of the divide are a number of hotels 
and resorts, where one may spend a few days. With a 
strong car, many pleasant side roads may well be 
explored. 

This mountain road is used as the main route between 
Santa Cruz and San Jose or points in the vicinity of San 
Francisco. Tourists who wish to avoid the mountains 
must go via Gilroy or Half Moon Bay. 

Hotels and Garages: Santa Cruz, Soquel and Los 
Gatos. Hotels are also found at points in the mountains. 

Road Conditions : Usually fair, with some dust in 
the summer. After a heavy rain or during the winter, 
clay may make the grades dangerous. At these times, the 
detour via Gilroy should be taken. There are grades up 
to 23%, and a number of sharp turns. Caution should 
be used, as cars are sometimes driven at high speed 
through here. 

Road Mileage : Santa Cruz to Soquel, 3.1 miles. 
Soquel to Los Gatos, 25 miles. Los Gatos to San Jose, 
10 miles. San Jose to Santa Cruz, 38.1 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Santa Cruz and Los Gatos. 

NOTE : For touring north of San Francisco, see later 
COODRICH ROUTE BOOKS of the Pacific Coast. 



29 



INTERCHANGEABLE TIRES 


Size Tire 


Size Rims they Fit 


Style Hade in 


29 x 3i 


28x3 


Regular Clincher only 


31 x 3! 


30 x 3 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 


33 x 3J 


32 x 3 


Regular Clincher only 


35 x 3J 


34 x 3 


Regular Clincher and Q. D. 


31 x4 


30x3| 


Regular Clincher, Q. D., Str. Bead and Pal. Webt 


33x4 


32 x 3J 


Regular Clincher, Q. D„ Str. Bead and Pal. Webb 


35 x 4 


34x3| 


Regular Clincher, Q. D., Str. Bead and Pal. Webb 


37x4 


36x3! 


Regular Clincher. Q. D. and Straight Bead 


33x4! 


32 x 4 


Regular Clincher, Q D. and Straight Bead 


35 x4| 


34x4 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 


37x4! 


36 x 4 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 


41 x4J 


40x4 


Regular Clincher only 


43 x 4J 


42x4 


Q. D. only 


35 x 5 


34 x4! 


Regular Clincher, Q D. and Straight Bead 


37 x 5 


36x4! 


Regular Clincher. Q. D. and Straight Bead 


39x 5 - 


38 x 4J 


Q. D. only 


41 x 5 


40x4! 


Q. D. only 


43x5 


42 x4! 


Regular Clincher and Q. D. 


37x5! 


36x5 


Q, D. and Straight Bead 


37x6 


36x5! 


Q. D. only 


39 x 6 


38x5! 


Q. D. only 


41 x 6 


40 x 5! 


Q. D. only 



USE GOODRICH TIRES 

WEIGHT AND INFLATION SCHEDULE 

The table below gives the required inflation and the gross 
weights our tires are guaranteed to carry. 



Size 


Inflation 


Rear Weight 


Front Weight 


28x21 


55 lbs. 


225 lbs. 


275 lbs. 


30 x2} 


55 " 


225 " 


275 lbs. 


28x3 


65 " 


350 " 


425 " 


30x3 


65 " 


375 " 


450 " 


32x3 


65 " 


375 " 


450 " 


34x3 


65 " 


400 " 


475 " 


28 x 31 


70 " 


425 " 


500 " 


30 x 31 


70 '* 


450 " 


550 " 


32x31 


70 " 


500 " 


600 " 


34 x 3J 


70 " 


550 " 


650 " 


36x31 


70 " 


600 " 


700 " 


30x4 


75 " 


625 " 


750 " 


32 x 4 


75 " 


650 " 


800 " 


34x4 


75 " 


700 " 


875 " 


36 x 4 


75 " 


750 " 


900 " 


38 x 4 


75 " 


800 " 


950 " 


40x4 


75 c< 


850 " 


1000 " 


42 x 4 


75 " 


900 " 


1050 " 


32x41 


80 " 


750 " 


950 " 


34x41 


80 " 


900 " 


1125 " 


36x41 


80 '• 


975 " 


1225 " 


38 x4i 


80 " 


1050 " 


1300 " 


40x41 


80 " 


1125 " 


1375 " 


42x41 


80 " 


1200 " 


1450 " 


35 x5 


85 " 


1000 " 


1250 " 


37x5 


85 " 


1100 " 


1350 " 


39x5 


85 " 


1200 " 


1450 " 


41x5 


85 " 


1300 " 


1500 " 


38x51 


90 " 


1200 " 


1450 " 


40 x 51 


90 " 


1350 " 


1600 " 



30 



MOTOR VEHICLE LAW 

This chart aims to give only the important requirements or 
Automobile Laws. 





Rettstry 


Ncn- 
Fcsldcnt 


Sped 


Equipment 


Penilly 




Sec. St. £2 


Exempt 


Kim. 
20 m. 


2 white L. forward. 
1 red rear 








Iowa .. 


Sec. St. IS to 
SIS 


Exempt 


25 m. 


2 white L. forward, 
1 red rear 


*2Sto SS0 
and imp. 


Kansas 


No State law 


Exempt 


10 m. 
20 m. 


1 or more L. for- 
ward 


Max. S100 




Sec. St. SI. SO 


Exempt 


25 m. 


2 white L. forward, 
1 red rear 






law. See 
crim. stat. 




Sec. Si. SI to 

S12 


Exempt 
20 d. 


25 m. 


2 white L. forward, 
1 red rear 










Sec. St. SI 


Exempt 


10 m. 
15 m. 
20 m. 


1 or more white I.. 
forward, 1 red rear 






and imp. 


Nevada 


Sec. St. 


Exempt 


10 m. 
15 m. 
20 m. 


1 or more L. for- 
ward 






or imp. 




Sec. St. SJ to 
S10 


Exempt 
30 d. 


25 m. 


2 white L. forward, 
1 red rear 








South Dakota , 


Sec. St. SI 


Exempt 


10 m. 
15 m. 


White L. forward. 
1 red rear 


825 to S50 




Co. CI. SOc 


Exempt 


8 m. 
18 m. 


1 licht 








Utah 


Sec. St. $2 


Exempt 


10 m. 

15 m. 
20 m. 


2 white L. forward, 
1 red rear 


Misdemeanor 




Sec. St. $2 


Exempt 


12 m. 
24 m. 


1 or more white L. 
forward 


Max. S100 




Sec. St. 22 


Exempt 


12 m. 
2S m. 


1 white L. forward. 









If non-residents are exempt from local registration, the automobilist 
must be duly registered in, and carry the number tag of, his home state. 

Speed rates are indicated by number only. The lowest rates apply 
to built-up sections of cities and villages; the next, to the parts of towns 
not closely built up; and the most liberal to the open country. 

It is assumed that machines have brakes and signaling devices. Only 
the requirements about lights are given. 

Travel in a state which doesn't exempt non-residents should be pre- 
ceded by the request for a license from the proper state officer who has 
charge of the "registration and license of motor vehicles. 

The Motorcyclist can determine to what extent these laws apply 
to motorcycle traffic only by application to the Registry Official. 

31 



The 
B. F. Goodrich Company 

Akron, Ohio 



OUR PRODUCTS ARE HANDLED AT 



NEW YORK 1780-82 Broadway 

CHICAGO 62 East Lake St. 

BOSTON 851-857 Boylston St. 

PHILADELPHIA 615-623 N. Broad St. 

BUFFALO 731 Main St. 

DETROIT Woodward Ave., Cor. Garfield 

ST. LOUIS 3931-33 Olive St. 

DENVER 1422-21 Court Place 

KANSAS CITY 1011 East 15th St. 

PITTSBURG Cor. Perm and Eeatty Sts. 

INDIANAPOLIS 217 N. Illinois St. 

MINNEAPOLIS 12 8tli St., South 

CLEVELAND 1743 Euclid Ave. 

DALLAS, TEXAS 1900-02 Commerce St. 

CINCINNATI 1110 Race St. 

SAN FRANCISCO 341-347 Market St. 

Also 556-560 Golden Gate Ave. 

LOS ANGELES 406 West Pico St. 

SEATTLE 113-115 King St. 

Also 700 East I'ike St. 

PORTLAND, ORE 325-327 Burnside St. 

ATLANTA 25 Houston St. 

MEXICO CITY 1 A Calle De Lopez. No. 9 

TORONTO, CAN 134 Bay St. 

ABROAD 

LONDON 117 123 Golden Lane, E. O. 

PARIS 38 bis Avenue de la Grande Armee 

WHOLESALE STOCK DEPOTS 

MILWAUKEE 450 Jackson St, 

DES MOINES 716 Mulberry St. 

BALTIMORE 110 W. lit. Royal Ave. 

WASHINGTON, D. C 1702 14tu St.. N. W. 

TOLEDO 818 Madison Ave. 

DAYTON 123 West Third St. 

MEMPHIS 97 North Second St. 

NEW ORLEANS 603 Baronne St. 

OKLAHOMA CITY 711 N. Broadway 

OMAHA 207 South 19tll St. 

COLUMBUS 512 East Long St. 

LOUISVILLE. KY 9!M SoutU 3rd St. 

JACKSONVILLE. FLA Union and Laura Sts. 

SALT LAKE CITY 140 E. 2nd South St. 

BROOKLYN 1242 Fulton St. 

NEWARK 42 New St. 

ALBANY 371 Madison Ave. 

RICHMOND, VA 1C13 West Broad St. 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS 238 Dwiglit St 

ROCHESTER 48 Franklin St 

SYRACUSE 421-423 S. Clinton St. 

PROVIDENCE 392 Weybosset St 

PORTLAND, ME 28 Preble St. 

GRAND RAPIDS 48 N. Division St. 

SAGINAW 706 Genesee Ave. 

SAN ANTONIO 437 Main Ave. 

HOUSTON 1114 Prairie Ave. 

OAKLAND, CAL 1913-15 Broadway 

SPOKANE S. 110 Cedar St. 

SACRAMENTO, CAL 1104 J. St 

FRESNO, CAL 1914-16 Tuolumne St. 

CHARLOTTE 235 N. Tryon St. 

NASHVILLE 119 8th Ave., North 

BIRMINGHAM 429 S. 20th St. 

ST. PAUL 189 W. 6th St 

WORCESTER 67 Park St. 

SCRANTON 208 Linden St. 

NEW HAVEN 32 Crown St 



32 



GOODRICH ROAD SIGN 
ROUTE BOOKS 



ALREADY PUBLISHED OR IN 
PREPARATION 

Cleveland to Buffalo. 

Buffalo to Rochester. 

Rochester to Albany. 

Albany to New York and Highland, 
N. Y., to Newark via Delaware 
Water Gap. 

New York — Lakewood — Atlantic 
City — Philadelphia — New Bruns- 
wick — New York. 

Long Island. 

New England. 

San Diego to Los Angeles. 

Los Angeles to El Paso de Robles. 

Northern California 

Oregon. 

Washington. 

Books for the Middle West and South. 




TRADE MARK 



GOODRICH 
ROAD SIGN 




ROUTE ROOK 

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA 

SAN FRANCISCO TO SANTA 

ROSA, YOSEMITE VALLEY 

AND SAUGCS 



CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARY 



Copyright by 

The B. F. Goodrich Company 

Akron, Ohio 



FOREWORD 

This map book is presented to the 
Tourist with the compliments of 
The B. F. Goodrich Company, 
Akron, Ohio. 

It charts the most carefully chosen 
roads for touring through one section 
of the United States. It indicates 
the Intersecting Roads, the Steep 
Up-Grades, the approach to the 
dangers of Steam Railroads and 
Electric Railroads, and the location 
of every Goodrich Road Sign. 
There are also maps for the cities 
and the small towns, where the route 
through the municipal limits is apt 
to be confusing. 

An effort has been made to show 
the Tourist his legal rights and ob- 
ligations. 

It is hoped, too, that the suggestions 
for the care of tires will be found 
exceedingly helpful. 



EXPLANATION 

This GOODRICH ROUTE BOOK of CENTRAL CALI- 
FORNIA contains maps of all the principal towns and highways 
southeast of San Francisco. It gives the inland route as far as 
Saugus, also a city map of San Francisco. 

The sign, thus (§>, indicates the position of the GOODRICH 
ROAD MARKERS. By watching for them and consulting the 
maps, one may travel anywhere in this section easily. 

The heavy lines are the main roads, the lighter lines arbitrary 
routes, and the lightest indicate all other roads and boundaries. 

Important rivers, landmarks, missions, mountain ranges, and 
grades are noted upon the map wherever they occur. The 
GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS can be relied upon for direc- 
tions and mileage. There is a brief description of each section 
along with information regarding Road Conditions, Hotels, Gar- 
ages, Points of Interest, Mileages, etc. 

CALIFORNIA MAPS INDEX 

Index Map 3 

Tire Pointers 4-5 

San Francisco Points : Map, page 6 

Route Description, page 7 

Oakland and Decoto : Map, page 8 

Route Description, page 9 

San Jose and Irvington : Map, page 10 

Route Description, page 11 

San Jose to Mount Hamilton : Map, page 11 

Niles and Livermore : Map, page 12 

Route Description, page 13 

Dublin and Concord: Map, page 11 

Route Description, page 15 

Concord and Antioch : Map, page 16 

Route Description, page _. 17 

Oakland and Walnut Creek : Map, page 18 

Route Description, page 19 

San Pablo and Oakland : Map, page 20 

Route Description, page 21 

Tiburon and Petaluma : Map, page 22 

Route Description, page 23 

Putting up a Goodrich Road Marker 24-25 

Petaluma and Santa Rosa : Map, page 26 

Route Description, page 27 

Main Part of San Francisco : Map, page 28 

Route Description, page 29 

San Jose, Gilroy and Los Banos : Map, page 30 

Route Description, page 31 

Los Banos and Fresno : Map, page 32 

Route Description, page 33 

Fresno, Visalia and Tulare : Map, page 34 

Route Description, page _ 35 

Porterville and Bakersfield : Map, page 36 

Route Description, page 37 

Bakersfield and Neenack: Map, page 38 

Route Description, page 39 

Neenack and Saugus : Map, page _. 40 

Route Description, page 41 

Fresno and Yosemite Valley : Map, page 42 

Route Description, page 43 

Madera and Stockton : Map, page , 44 

Route Description, page _ 45 

Table of Interchangeable Tires : 46 

Weight and Inflation Schedule 46 

Motor Vehicle Law 47 




MAP 



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MAPIO 




INDEX 



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MAP- 12 



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MAP 19 

• MERCED 

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FRESNO^--,.. JHIffS 

■' MAP M- 



NOTE- ma 3 

TN/S GENERAL MAP 

SHOWS LOCATION OF 

ALL MAIN POINTS IN 

WE SAN JOAQUIN ! 

VALLEYANDTEMITORY 

ABOUT SAN FRANC/SCO * MSM!B> j*- 



i i 

MAP 15 

! • PORTERV/LLE 



MAP 16 



THE SQUARES AND 
NUMBERS DENOTETHE 
M4P0NWff/Ct1 AN EN- 
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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
CENTPAL CALIFORNIA POINTS 



TIRE POINTERS 

(Most or these tints are, obviously, applicable to the care 
of automobile tires, or motorcycle tires.) 

More tires give out from insufficient inflation than any- 
thing else. Remember that it is the air in the tube that 
carries the load and cushions the road. 

Avoid sudden application of the brake. 

If one side of a tire (clincher type) shows more wear 
than another, turn it around. 

Running a tire flat, even a short distance, is sure to be 
costly. Better run on the rim, very slowly and carefully, 
if imperatively necessary, and the distance is very short, 
than on a flat tire. 

Keep grease and oil away from your tires and tubes, 
always. They destroy rubber. 

Keep rims in good order, straight and true. Rust is 
destructive. Paint preserves. 

Speedy deflation demands instant attention. 

Don't let weight rest on deflated tires even over night. 

If your wheels are out of true, their want of parallel- 
ism will have a bad effect on the tire covers. The car 
travels at a twist and the wheels will be scraped instead 
of rolled over the ground, which means added friction, 
and quicker wear-out to the tire. Side skidding and 
rounding corners rapidly will cause rim-cutting. 

Make sure that tires are properly inflated before begin- 
ning trips. Avoid running in street car tracks. It is very 
detrimental to the tires. 

Do not drive in ruts or bump the side of the tire 
against the curbing or pavement. 

See that the size of the tire is in keeping with the 
weight of the machine and the load it is likely to carry. 

Don't start your machine with a jump. 

If one of your tires sustains a cut to the extent of ex- 
posing the fabric, an emergency band or patch should be 
applied at once. 

We would recommend keeping an odometer record of 
the mileage of each tire. You will find that you are get- 
ting better mileage than you would otherwise imagine. 

HOW TO REPAIR A SIMPLE PUNCTURE 

After treating the hole in the tube, take a coarse emery- 
cloth or sand paper and rub the surface of the rubber for 
several inches around the puncture. Then clean this sur- 
face with benzine or gasoline. Roughen the surface of 
the rubber patch, taking care to select one which will 
cover the hole by a wide margin, and also clean off with 
benzine or gasoline. Cover well with Goodrich rubber 
cement the space around the puncture and the rough side 
of the rubber patch, this to be done two or three times at 
intervals of five to fifteen minutes, the coating being ap- 
plied when the preceding one is perfectly dry. Press the 
patch against the tube firmly and thoroughly to remove 
all air bubbles beneath it and to insure proper adherence 



of the surfaces. Remove all uncovered solution with 
benzine, and spread some soapstone, talc powder or 
French chalk, all of which are synonymous, over the solu- 
(ionized surface, so as to prevent the tube sticking to the 
cover. 

Always make sure that the surfaces are well roughened 
and cleaned before application of the cement, and the 
solution is given ample time to dry. If the cement is not 
dry and tacky, the patch will not adhere as it should, and 
might loosen while the tire was being put into the cas- 
ing; the same results would obtain if the surface was not 
properly cleaned or roughened before application of ce- 
ment. Before the tube is put into the casing, plenty of 
talc powder should be sprinkled into the latter. 

HOW TO REPAIR A SMALL HOLE OR CUT 
IN THE CASING 

Never allow a cut in the casing to go without imme- 
diate repair — moisture and dirt will surely enter in quick 
order and weaken the exposed fabric. 

Look your tires over every once in a while, the oftener 
the better, and when you find a cut or gouge that extends 
to the fabric, bear in mind that your tire is hurt to the 
quick, that is, the fabric is exposed to the disintegrating 
effects of moisture and dirt, which in short order will 
weaken the stoutest fabric not only at the point of incision 
but perhaps a foot or more away as the dampness follows 
along the thread of the fabric like oil in a wick. This ac- 
counts for blowouts at points on the tire where the sur- 
face is intact. The remedy that serves all immediate needs 
is not necessarily a repair garage or a vulcanizing outfit. 
Just wash out and thoroughly dry the cut, then apply 
"PLASTIC." It is a self-drying, self-curing cement, 
easy to use, not mussy. Very effective, as it securely 
seats itself, and seals the hole or cut against the entry of 
moisture or grit. 

MAKE SURE THAT YOUR TIRES ARE 

LARGE ENOUGH TO CARRY 

THE LOAD 

Do not employ tires of a size barely adequate to carry 
the weight of the car and its occupants. 

You ought to have a margin of tire strength to go and 
come on. 

The occasional increased load or burst of speed over- 
strains : the construction of the tire is weakened, and the 
final blow-out is the result. In order to meet and over- 
come such conditions, where existing, the makers of 
Goodrich Tires afford car owners the opportunity to use 
tires of larger diameter, as well as circumference meas- 
urement, without change of rim. While the initial ex- 
pense of such tires is slightly greater, the ultimate advan- 
tage of additional mileage far more than compensates. 
The list of interchangeable Goodrich Tires is shown on 
page 46. 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SAN FRANCISCO POINTS 



SAN FRANCISCO POINTS. 

On the opposite page is shown the city of San Fran- 
cisco, the bay, and the territory adjoining. San Pablo 
Bay lies to the north, on the west is the Golden Gate, — 
a deep channel between the rocky promontories. 

Just across from San Francisco is the city of Oakland, 
with Berkeley and Alameda adjoining. 

The principal points of interest in Oakland are men- 
tioned on page twenty-one opposite Map 7. Many great 
industrial and shipping organizations will be found to the 
east of San Pablo Bay. 

Road Conditions : All the main indicated roads are 
paved streets, and in excellent condition the year round. 
Special attention is called to the city of Oakland, where 
the arrangement of streets may cause some confusion. 
A little care and this can be avoided. 

For a more detailed description of the city of San 
Francisco, the ferry routes, and points of interest, see 
Map 11 and the description on page twenty-nine. 

Goodrich Tires : At San Francisco, The B. F. Good- 
rich Company of California, 341-347 Market Street and 
556-560 Golden Gate Avenue; Oakland, The B. F. 
Goodrich Company of California, 1913-1915 Broadway; 
Berkeley. 



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Scale 

ONE MILE 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
OAKLAND and DECOTO 



OAKLAND AND DECOTO. 

Map 2 gives an interesting bit of country lying south 
of Oakland along the eastern side of San Francisco Bay. 
The GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS will be found on 
both the principal routes through this well-settled dis- 
trict. 

From Thirteenth Street there is the Foothill Boulevard, 
a splendid road ju§t skirting the hills. The road forks 
in San Leandro, an old Spanish town. The tourist may 
proceed by either route to San Jose. Both are good, the 
one through Haywards running nearer the foothills and 
the old San Jose mission. This is the road to take for 
Sacramento, Lake Tahoe and northern points, as it con- 
nects with either Haywards or Livermore Pass. 

Hotels and Garages : Oakland, San Leandro, San 
Lorenzo, Haywards and Decoto. Other hotels and gas- 
oline stations will be found at all points along the route. 

Road Conditions : Asphalt or macadam through the 
towns and cities. Elsewhere there are a few stretches of 
gravel. Repairs are well kept up, and much of the time 
the roads are well sprinkled. 

Road Mileage: Oakland to San Jose, 42.4 miles. 
Oakland to Alvarado, 19.2 miles. Oakland to Hay- 
wards, 13 miles. Oakland to San Leandro, 9.1 miles. 
Alvarado to San Jose, 23.2 miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At Oakland, The B. F. Goodrich 
Company of California, 1913-1915 Broadway. 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SAN JOSE and|rvinGTON 



10 



SAN JOSH AND IRYINGTON. 

On Map '■' is tlu- other half of the territory between 
Oakland and San Jose. As usual the GOODRICH 

R( IAD M \MKF.KS are at every point where they will 
be of use to the tourist. 

San Jose and Santa Clara are so closely joined that 

they appear .1- one city. From San Jose there is a 

to San Francisco around the west side of the bay. 

It is described in the third GOODRICH ROUTE BOOK 

OF THE PACIFIC COAST. 

An interesting side trip may be taken from San Jose 
to Mount Hamilton and I.iek ( (bservatory. 

II' ii.i.s \\D Garages: San Jose, Santa Clara, Alviso 
and Milpitas. Hotel accommodations may also be had 
at Mount Hamilton and Irvington. 

Road Conditions: Good. The trip to Mount Ham- 
ilton is likely to he dusty. A few grades and rough 
places. 

n Mileage: San Jose to San Francisco, 53.2 

miles. San Jose to Oakland, 42.4 miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At San Jose. Santa Clara and Mil- 
pitas. 




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NILES *»* LIVERMOPE 



12 



NILES AND LIVERMORE. 

Between Niles and Livermore is the range of hills 
that separates the inland valley of the San Joaquin River 
from the coast. 

The road from Niles leads into the hills through Liver- 
more Pass. At Sunol there is a very imposing Water 
Temple, resembling a Grecian shrine. 

Pleasanton is another town in this farming section. 
From here one may make a short cut to the Dublin road 
and back to Oakland via Haywards Pass, instead of go- 
ing on to Livermore. 

East from Livermore the main road leads to Stockton 
and Sacramento, connecting with routes for Lake Tahoe, 
Nevada, Oregon, the Yosemite Valley and points in the 
Sierras. These will be described in later GOODRICH 
ROUTE BOOKS. Follow the GOODRICH ROAD 
MARKERS. 

At Dublin crossroad the turn is made for Walnut 
Creek, Concord, Antioch and Oakland. 

Hotels and Garages : Niles and Livermore. Hotels 
at Irvington, Sunol and Pleasanton. 

Road Conditions : Macadam near Niles and Irving- 
ton. The other roads are gravel, clay and sand. There 
are a few grades, with mud holes in rainy weather, but 
nothing of a serious nature. 

Road Mileage : Niles to Pleasanton, 13 miles. Niles 
to Livermore, 20.1 miles. Livermore to Dublin, 10 
miles. Livermore to San Francisco, 40.4 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Niles and Livermore. 



13 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
DUBLIN *"° CONCORD 



14 



DUBLIN AND CONCORD. 

From Dublin, this route leads up one of the many val- 
leys back of Oakland that run northward to San Pablo 
Bay. The region is mainly one of pasturage and dry 
farming. GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS are posted 
all the way. 

At Walnut Creek, there is a road leading off to the 
west toward Oakland. In the other direction is Concord, 
and the connecting routes to Martinez and Antioch. 

Hotels and Garages : Walnut Creek and Concord. 

Road Conditions:. During most of the year, these 
roads are fair. There are few grades, none of much con- 
sequence. Late in the summer the dust is rather bad, 
and heavy teaming often wears ruts which last into the 
rainy season. Follow the GOODRICH ROAD MARK- 
ERS. 

Road Mileage: Dublin to Walnut Creek, 17 miles. 
Walnut Creek to Concord, fi.2 miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Livermore. 



15 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
CONCORD andANTIOCH 



16 



CONCORD AND ANTIOCH. 

This map, with the GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS, 
covers a strip of coastwise country bordering' on the 
Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers where they enter 
San Pablo Bay. 

While there are a few farms near here, most of the 
region is given over to industrial institutions and the 
shipping interests of the river traffic. 

Hotels and Garages : Concord, Walnut Creek and 
Martinez. 

Road Conditions : There are several old bridges, 
some bad bumps and ruts, but no grades of importance. 
The surface is nearly all clay, which will be sticky in 
wet weather. On the whole, conditions are fair. 

Road Mileage : Concord to Martinez, 7.2 miles. Con- 
cord to Walnut Creek, 6.2 miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At Oakland, The B. F. Goodrich 
Company of California, 1913-1915 Broadway. 



17 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
OAKLAND-WALNUT CPEEK 



18 



OAKLAND AND WALNUT CREEK. 

This is a popular run, much used by Oakland people. 
It connect* that city with Walnut Creek and the tours 
to the West, North and South. In passing over the 
summit of a chain of hills, there is an excellent view of 
the bay. 

Among the interesting places to visit in Oakland are 
Piedmont Park with its art gallery in the foothills, Idora 
Park, Zoological Gardens, Trestle Glen, Lake Merritt, 
Leona Heights, Mills College and the Ostrich Farm. 

GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS have been erected 
all the way through this ranching and fruit raising coun- 
try. 

Hotels and Garages : Oakland and Walnut Creek. 

Road Conditions : Fair. Partly macadam, and the 
rest, gravel and clay. There are a few grades and 
rocky places, with dust in summer, but nothing bad. Can 
be traveled at all times of the year. 

Road Mileage: Oakland to Walnut Creek, 18.9 
miles. 

Goodrich Tires : At Oakland, The B. F. Goodrich 
Company of California, 1913-1915 Broadway. 



19 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SAN PABLO*™ OAKLAND 



20 



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SAN PABLO AND OAKLAND. 

With the GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS, the route 
along the coast of San Pablo Bay can be easily fol- 
lowed. 

It leaves Oakland on San Pablo Street, and passes 
through Berkeley, where the University of California 
is located. 

Farther on are Richmond and San Pablo, an old Span- 
ish town. Pinole, Rodeo and Martinez are other centers 
of commercial activity. 

At Rodeo, a secondary route is indicated. It leads to 
Valona, Crockett and Port Costa, where a ferry is taken 
at the end of the street, to Benecia, across the bay. From 
here there are routes north to Oregon, via Suisan, Wil- 
lows and Corning, or to- Vallejo, Napa, Sonoma, and 
the mountain resorts of Lake and Mendocino counties. 

Hotels and Garages : Oakland, Berkeley, West Berke- 
ley, Richmond, Martinez, Benecia and Vallejo. 

Road Conditions: Oakland to Richmond, level mac- 
adam, always good. San Pablo to Martinez and Port 
Costa, macadam, clay and sand. Grades will be found in 
the towns, with narrow places and, occasionally, ruts. 
Ferry from Port Costa to Benecia; fare, fifty cents and 
ten cents for each person. 

Road Mileage: Oakland to San Pablo, 11.6 miles. 
San Pablo to Pinole, 5.3 miles. Pinole to Martinez, 12.8 
miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At Oakland, The B. F. Goodrich 
Company of California, 1913-1915 Broadway; Berkeley. 



21 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
TIBURON and PETALUMA 



22 



TIBURON AND PETALUMA. 

For this pleasant trip, well marked with GOODRICH 
ROAD MARKERS, leave San Francisco from the Ferry 
Building at the foot of Market Street. Take either the 
Tiburon Ferry or the Sausalito Ferry, as the routes join 
farther on. 

There is a pleasant side trip to Mill Valley and the 
Mount Tamalpais incline railroad. 

San Rafael is a little farther up the valley. From 
here one may visit the State prison at San Quentin, go- 
ing via Green Brae. 

Hotels and Garages: San Rafael. Petaluma, So- 
noma. 

Road Conditions : There are rolling grades as high as 
10%, but nothing impassable. The soil contains much 
gravel and quartz, which make better touring in wet 
weather, although there will be muddy places then. 

Road Mileage: Tiburon to San Rafael, 12.1 miles. 
San Rafael to Petaluma, 19.9 miles. Petaluma to So- 
noma, 17.2 miles. 

Goodrich Ttres : At Petaluma, and Napa. 



23 



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25 




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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
PETALUMA AND SANTA ROSA 



26 



PETALUMA AND SANTA ROSA. 

With the aid of the GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS 
the tourist here finds himself in a very pleasant section. 
In every direction are mountain ranges, with many side 
roads leading to resorts. 

Santa Rosa, a little city in the fruit raising country, 
is well worth a visit. There is a route from there to St. 
Helena and another to the Russian River and the Bohe- 
mian Grove country. 

The road to Healdsburg goes on to Eureka, Crescent 
City- and the mountain country farther north. There are 
many good places for camping, hunting and fishing, but 
the roads are poor and the grades steep. 

In Take County, however, immediately adjoining, the 
roads are fair. Many resorts will be found there. One 
should visit Clear Lake and the town of Lakeport. 

Hotels and Garages: Petaluma, Santa Rosa and 
Healdsburg. 

Road Conditions: Macadam from Petaluma to Santa 
Rosa, and always good. Between Santa Rosa and Healds- 
burg no trouble will be met with except during very 
rainy periods. There are a few bumps and ruts, but 
nothing to complain of. Watch for the GOODRICH 
ROAD MARKERS. 

Road Mileage: Petaluma to Santa Rosa, 17 -miles. 
Santa Rosa to Healdsburg 15.8 miles. Santa Rosa to 
San Francisco, 53. 6 miles. Petaluma to San Francisco, 
3G.G miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At Petaluma and Santa Rosa. 



27 







MAP 











MAIN PORTION OF 
SAN FRANCISCO 



28 



CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO. 

On Map 11 appears the principal business section of 
San Francisco. It includes the streets where most of the 
hotels, garages, stores and theatres are located. 

"Automobile Row" is along Golden Gate Avenue, and 
at number 341-347 is one of the San Francisco stores of 
The B. F. Goodrich Company. 

The main thorofare of the city is Market Street. At the 
foot of it is the ferry house, from which boats leave for 
various points beyond the bay. 

Only a few of the places of interest in San Francisco 
can be mentioned. Among them are the Golden Gate 
Park, with its zoo, museum and the grounds of the Pan- 
ama-Pacific Exposition to be held in 1915 ; Cliff House, 
Seal Rock, Sutro Baths, Ocean Beach, and the Presidio; 
Chinatown, with its population of 85,000 ; the United 
States Mint at 5th and Mission ; Mare Island Navy Yard 
and Union Iron Works ; Mount Tamalpais and the Muir 
Woods ; Mission Dolores, Telegraph Hill, Mining Bureau 
and the State Board of Trade. 

Goodrich Tires: The B. F. Goodrich Company of 
California, 341-347 Market Street and 556-560 Golden 
Gate Avenue. 



29 




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LOS BANOS 



MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
SAN JOSEGILRCY LOS BAfiOS 



30 



SAX JOSE. GILROY AND LOS BANOS. 

This Pacheco Pass road is the only direct connection 
between San Francisco and Fresno. It comprises part of 
what is known as the "Inland Route" between San Fran- 
cisco and Los Angeles. GOODRICH ROAD MARK- 
ERS will be found all the way, up over the Pacheco Pass 
and down into the inland valley of the San Joaquin. 

From San Jose to Gilroy, lying in the Santa Clara \ al- 
ley is the richest of the fruit country. The rest of the 
way is through great cattle ranches, not thickly settled. 

Hotels and Garages : San Jose, Gilroy and Los 
Banos. Unless conditions change, meals may be had at 
several road houses en route. 

Road Conditions: Between San Jose and Gilroy, the 
roads are wide, level and in very good condition. As the 
road rises into the mountains, it becomes rougher, with 
dust and a few heavy grades until the other side of 
Pacheco Pass is reached. From San Luis Station to Los 
Banos is nearly level. The adobe earth at times has wet 
places and alkali sinks that might mire the machine. One 
should avoid all water in the road if possible. 

Road Mileage : San Jose to Gilroy, 28 miles. Gilroy 
to Pacheco Pass, 19 miles. Gilroy to Los Banos, 50 miles. 
Los Banos to Fresno, 69 miles. Gilroy to Fresno, 119 
miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At Fresno, The B. F. Goodrich 
Company of California, 1914-1916 Tuolumne Street; San 
Jose, Gilroy, Los Banos. 



31 




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MAIN POADS BETWEEN 
LOS BAROS **» FRESNO 



32 



LOS BANOS AND FRESNO. 

This is the connecting link between Fresno and the 
Pacheco Pass. With the GOODRICH ROAD MARK- 
ERS it runs through a flat country in the very bottom of 
the San Joaquin Valley. 

In a number of instances, the road is through private 
property where one should give due regard for the priv- 
ilege. A few ranch houses will be found, but most of the 
way is thinly settled. 

Los Banos is a small town in a farming community. 
Dos Palos and Mendota are little villages along the way. 

Sometimes during the spring and after rains the road 
at White's Bridge is under water and cannot be traveled. 
It is possible to make a detour via Firebaugh and Madera. 
But even this detour has low places and in wet seasons it 
is well to inquire before leaving Fresno or Los Banos. 

Hotels and Garages : Los Banos, Dos Palos, Fresno. 

Road Conditions : Level earth roads prevail. In the 
summer there will be dust, and after wet weather, sticky 
mud. Note the paragraph above concerning flood sea- 
sons. There are several poor bridges to look out for. 

Road Mileage : Los Banos to San Jose, 78 miles. Los 
Banos to Mendota, 36 miles. Los Banos to Fresno, 69 
miles. Mendota to Fresno, 33 miles. Fresno to Los 
Angeles, 265 miles. Fresno to San Francisco, 196 miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At Fresno, The B'. F. Goodrich 
Company of California, 1914-16 Tuolumne Street; Gil- 
roy, Los Banos, Dos Palos. 



33 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
FRESNO VISALIA TULARE 



34 



FRESNO, YISALIA AND TULARE. 

The routes which arc shown on Map 14 may be readily 
followed by the aid of the GOODRICH R< IAD MARK- 
ERS. 

The main line of travel runs out of Fresno to Goshen 
Junction. From here, there is a road to Hanford and 
Coalinga in the oil district, another to Tulare and Bakers- 
field, and a third to Bakersfield via Yisalia, Exeter, Lind- 
say and Porterville. This last passes through much of the 
fruit country in the foothills, and is most advisable for 
travel at all times. 

There is another road from Fowler to Visalia by way 
of Reedley and Dinuba. It is often used by motorists and 
in many respects is superior to the Goshen Junction route, 
although a little longer. 

Fresno is a good sized city and well worth a visit. 
Reedley. Dinuba, Yisalia and Tulare are thriving towns 
in rich agricultural districts. 

HOTELS and Garages: Fresno, Sanger, Fowler, 
Selma, Kingsburg, Reedley, Dinuba, Visalia, Tulare, 
Exeter. 

Road Conditions : The roads here are very level, with 
•only a few small hills. They vary from the best macadam 
near the towns to rough rutty places in the country. On 
the whole, conditions are fair. There is a stretch near 
Goshen Junction that may be under water after hard 
rains in the spring. At such a time, travel via Dinuba. 

Road Mileage: Fresno to Goshen, 34 miles. Fresno 
to Tulare, 4li miles. Fresno to Visalia, via Goshen, 41 
miles. Fresno to Bakersfield, 113 miles. Fowler to 
Dinuba, 21 miles. Dinuba to Reedley, 7 miles. Reedley 
to Visalia. 3(5 miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At Fresno, The B. F. Goodrich 
Company of California, 1914-16 Tuolumne Street; San- 
ger, Fowler, Selma, Kingsburg, Reedley, Dinuba, Visalia, 
Tulare, Exeter. 



35 




BAKERS FIELD 

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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
PORTERVILLE ™*> BAKERSFIELD 



36 



PORTERVILLE AND BAKERSFIELD. 

All the main roads and the secondary routes are marked 
with GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS in this level 
plain. 

The region, which was once considered arid is being 
reclaimed by irrigation, and many fine orchards and pros- 
perous ranches will be found. In the hills near Bakers- 
field is a rich oil field, while the Sierras lie farther east. 

Visalia. Tulare, Exeter, Lindsay, Porterville and Terra 
Bella are rich agricultural centers. A pleasant side trip 
is the road to the Mt. Whitney country. 

Bakersfield is an oil and industrial city. One may make 
a visit to the oil wells here, or connections may be made 
with the Maricopa, Sunset and Devil's Den oil fields. 

Hotels and Garages : Visalia, Tulare, Exeter, Lind- 
say, Porterville, Terra Bella, Delano and Bakersfield. 

Road Conditions : Most motorists prefer to go via 
Lindsay and Porterville. It is a better road, with more 
scenery and larger towns. It is at all times in the best 
condition. The road by way of Tulare is much shorter 
and usually in fair shape, but in summer it is very dusty 
and during wet seasons it may be flooded in low places. 
The roads are level, with very few bad stretches. 

Road Mileage : Porterville to Bakersfield, 65 miles. 
Tulare to Bakersfield, 65 miles. Bakersfield to Los An- 
geles, 141 miles. Bakersfield to San Francisco, 322 miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At Visalia, Tulare, Exeter, Lind- 
say, Porterville. 



37 







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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
BAKERSFIELD and NEENAC 



38 



BAKERSFIELD AND NEENAC. 

On .Map 16 is a part of the wilderness that borders the 
great Mojave Desert. It is covered with rough and 
broken mountain ranges, with GOODRICH ROAD 
MARKERS posted all along the way. 

After leaving Bakersfield, there is no town until Neenac 
is readied. — a distance of sixty-four miles. At Rose 
Station and Lebec lodgings may be had, but there are 
practically no other houses of any sort. 

Xear Rose Station, the road leads up through the Tejon 
Pass in the Tehachipi Range. Near the Southern end of 
the Pass are the ruins of Old Fort Tejon, a staging station 
in the days of '49. 

Travelers should carry a few necessaries, for if the 
car should be disabled it might cause discomfort before 
help came along. 

This is the main road and, at present, the only practical 
route between Los Angeles and Bakersfield, so that it is 
pretty well traveled. 

Hotels and Garages : Bakersfield. Gasoline at 
Neenac (high-priced). 

Road Conditions: From Bakersfield to Rose Station, 
nearly level, dusty and some ruts. In wet weather, alkali 
sinks may mire the machine, and caution should be ob- 
served at such times. 

Rose Station to Neenac, heavy grades, with a few level 
stretches. The road reaches an altitude of 4,300 feet. In 
the Tejon Pass are many fords, which are not bad except 
in very wet weather, or after a cloudburst on the higher 
peaks. Follow the GOODRICH ROAD MARKERS. 

Road Mileage: Bakersfield to Rose Station, 32 miles. 
Rose Station to Neenac, 32 miles. Bakersfield to Neenac, 
6 I miles. Neenac to Saugus, 42 miles. Neenac to Los 
Angeles, ; li miles 

Gi i .-rich Tires: No towns enroute. 



39 



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NEENAC and SAUGUS 



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NEENAC AND SAUGUS. 

Here is a continuation of the same kind of country 
shown on Map 16. In the entire distance of forty-two 
miles, there are hardly a dozen houses, and nothing that 
might be called a town. GOODRICH ROAD MARK- 
ERS are very helpful under such conditions. Fairmont 
is an aqueduct camp. 

In spite of the desolate region and poor condition of 
the road, it is much used by Los Angeles motorists. The 
wild mountain and desert scenery has a certain peculiar 
attraction of its own. 

In San Francisquito Canyon one can see the works of 
the great Los Angeles aqueduct, which reaches from 
Owen's Lake to Los Angeles. 

Hotels and Garages: None. Lodging may be had 
at Fairmont or the ranch house at Lake Elizabeth. Gaso- 
line at Fairmont and Neenac. 

Road Conditions : Rocks, sand and dust in places. 
Starting at Saugus, there is a steady upgrade through 
the San Francisquito Canyon to near Lake Elizabeth. 
There are many fords, and in the wet season it is better 
to go via Mint Canyon if the water is reported high. 

Road Mileage : Neenac to Fairmont, 10 miles. Fair- 
mont to Lake Elizabeth, 7 miles. Lake Elizabeth to 
Saugus, 24 miles. 

Goodrich Tires: Take them along. GOODRICH 
TIRES are safest for desert travel. 



41 





WAWONA 

YOSEMITE VALLEY- 
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WAWOAIA AND IS REACHED £. %.. 
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MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
FRESNO *->YOSEMITEVALLEY 



42 



FRESNO AND YOSEMITE VALLEY. 

The routes on this map lead through the flat country 
to the hills and up into the Sierras. They are marked at 
all confusing places with GOODRICH ROAD MARK- 
ERS. 

Although the roads are poor, with long heavy moun- 
tain pulls, they are much in favor with motorists. Auto- 
mobiles may go as far as Wawona, where there is a good 
hotel. The machine may be left here while the trip to the 
park is made on the daily stage. 

Limited space will not permit mention of the wonders 
of the Yosemite, to which words can never do justice. A 
day, a month or a year were never better spent than 
among its never ending marvels. 

A side trip from Wawona can be made to the Big 
Trees. These are a species of Sequoia or Redwood, said 
to be over 3000 years old — the oldest living things in the 
world. 

Hotels and Garages: Fresno and Madera. Hotel 
accommodations, gasoline and housing for the machine 
may be had at Raymond, Grub Gulch, Coarse Gold, Fresno 
Flats, Fish Camp, and Wawona. There are many camps 
and hotels in the Yosemite Valley, some of which remain 
open even in the winter. 

Road Conditions : Fresno to Madera, level. Madera 
to Coarse Gold or Grub Gulch, hilly, with sand and dust. 
From these points into the mountains, there are upgrades 
and curves, with a few level places. Beyond Fish Camp, 
the toll road to Wawona begins. This road should not 
be attempted in winter, as the Sierras are usually deep 
in snow drifts. The season varies, but inquiry should be 
made at Grub Gulch or Coarse Gold. 

Road Mileage : Fresno to Madera, 32 miles. Madera 
to Coarse Gold, 33 miles. Coarse Gold to Wawona, 31 
miles. Madera to Grub Gulch, 33 miles. Grub Gulch to 
Wawona, 30 miles. Wawona to Yosemite Valley, 26 
miles . 

Goodrich Tires: At Fresno, The B. F. Goodrich 
Company of California, 1914-16 Tuolumne Street; 
Madera. 



43 




MAIN ROADS BETWEEN 
MADEPA and STOCKTON 



44 



MADERA AND STOCKTON. 

This is known by motorists as the "Straight-away" 
from Madera to Stockton. Most of it lies in the level 
plain of the lower San Joaquin Valley. In every direc- 
tion are fine ranches, dairies and orchards. 

Madera, Merced, Turlock, Modesto and Stockton are 
all thriving cities. This route is usually taken in going 
north to Lake Tahoe or Oregon where one does not wish 
to detour via San Francisco. 

From Merced there is a secondary road to Wawona via 
Mariposa which is sometimes used, but is inferior to the 
routes shown on Map 18. 

Hotels and Garages : Madera, Merced, Turlock, 
Modesto, Oakdale, Stockton. 

Road Conditions : Mostly level with few bad places. 
There is some sand and a little dust although much 
sprinkling is done. On the whole, above the average, 
although not equal to the boulevards to be found in some 
parts of the state. 

Road Mileage: Madera to Merced, 34 miles. Mer- 
ced to Turlock, 24 miles. Turlock to Modesto, 13 miles. 
Modesto to Stockton, 31 miles. Madera to Stockton, 102 
miles. 

Goodrich Tires: At Madera, Merced, Turlock, Mo- 
desto, Oakdale, and Stockton. 



45 



INTERCHANGEABLE TIRES 


Size Tire 


Size Rims they Fit 


Style Hade In 


29 x 31 


28x3 


Regular Clincher only 


31 x 31 


30 x 3 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 


33 x31 


32x3 


Regular Clincher only 


35 x 31 


34 x 3 


Regular Clincher and Q. D. 


31x4 


30 x 31 


Regular Clincher, Q. D.. Str. Bead and Pal. Wcbt 


33 x4 


32 x 31 


Regular Clincher, Q. D., Sir. Bead and Pal. Webb 


35 x4 


34x31 


Regular Clincher, Q. D.. Str. Bead and Pal. Webb 


37x4 


36x31 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 


33x41 


32 x4 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 


35x41 


34x4 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 


37x41 


36x4 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 


41x41 


40x4 


Regular Clincher only 


43 x41 


42 x 4 


Q, D. only 


35x5 


34x41 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead * 


37x5 


36x41 


Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 


39x5 


38x41 


Q. D. only 


41x5 


40x41 


Q. D. only 


43x5 


42 x41 


Regular Clincher and Q. D. 


37x51 


36x5 


Q, D. and Straight Bead 


37x6 


36 x 51 


Q. D. only 


39 x 6 


38 x 51 


Q. D. only 


41x6 


40x51 


Q. D. only 



USE GOODRICH TIRES 

WEIGHT AND INFLATION SCHEDULE 

The table below gives the required inflation and the gross 
weights our tires are guaranteed to carry. 



Size 


Inflation 


Rear Weight 


Front Weight 


28 x 2i 


55 lbs. 


225 lbs. 


275 lbs. 


30x21 


55 " 


225 " 


275 lbs. 


28x3 


65 " 


350 " 


425 " 


30x3 


65 " 


375 " 


450 " 


32 x 3 


65 " 


375 " 


450 " 


34x3 


65 " 


400 " 


475 " 


28x3* 


70 " 


425 " 


500 " 


30x34 


70 " 


450 " 


550 " 


32x3} 


70 " 


500 " 


600 " 


34x3} 


70 " 


550 " 


650 " 


36x3i 


70 " 


600 " 


700 " 


30x4 


75 " 


625 " 


750 " 


32 x 4 


75 " 


650 " 


800 " 


34x4 


75 " 


700 " 


875 " 


36x4 


75 " 


750 " 


900 " 


38 x 4 


75 " 


800 " 


950 " 


40x4 


75 " 


850 " 


1000 " 


42x4 


75 " 


900 " 


1050 " 


32x4} 


80 " 


750 " 


950 " 


34x4} 


80 " 


900 " 


1125 " 


36x4} 


80 '• 


975 " 


1225 " 


38 x4} 


80 " 


1050 " 


1300 " 


40x41 


80 " 


1125 " 


1375 " 


42x41 


80 " 


1200 " 


1450 " 


35x5 


85 " 


1000 " 


1250 " 


37x5 


85 " 


1100 " 


1350 " 


39x5 


85 " 


1200 " 


1450 " 


41x5 


85 " 


1300 " 


1500 " 


38x51 


90 " 


1200 " 


1450 " 


40x51 


90 " 


1350 " 


1600 " 



46 



MOTOR VEHICLE LAW 

This chart aims to give only toe important requirements of 
Automobile Laws. 





Retbtry Fesidcnt 


Speed Equipment 


Penalty 


Cabhrntt 


Sec St. 52 \ Exempt 








20 m. 


1 red rear 




Iowa. 


Sec. St » to 
515 


Exempt 


25 m. 


2 white L. forward, 
1 red rear 


525 to 550 
and imp. 


Kansas 


No State law 


l.xempt 


10 m. 
20 in. 


1 wr more L. for- 
ward 


Max. SI 00 




Sec. St. SI. SO 


Lxempt 


25 n. 


2 white L. forward, 
1 red rear 






Jaw, See 

crim. stat. 






Exempt 
20 d. 


25 m. 


2 white L. forward, 
1 red rear 






512 




Nebraska ..... 


Sec St. £1 


Exempt 


10 m. 
15 m. 
20 m. 


1 or more white L. 
forward. 1 red rear 






and imp. 




Sec. St. 


Exempt 


10 m. 
15 m. 
20 m. 


1 or more L. for- 
ward 






or imp. 




Sec. St. SJ to 
510 


Exempt 
30 d. 


25 m. 


2 white L. forward. 
1 red rear 








South Dakota 


Sec. St. SI 


Exempt 


10 m. 

15 m. 


White L. forward, 
1 red rear 


S25 to S50 


Texas 


Co. CI. 50c 


Exempt 


S m. 
IS m. 


1 liebl 


S5 to S100 


Utah 


Sec. St. 52 


Exempt 


10 m. 
15 m. 

20 m. 


2 white L. forward, 
1 red rear 


Misdemeanor 


Washington 


Sec. St. $2 


Exempt 


12 m. 
24 m. 


1 or more while L. 
forward 


Max. S100 




Sec. St. 52 


Exempt 


12 m. 

25 m. 


1 white L. forward. 









If non-residents are exempt from local registration, the automobilist 
must be duly registered in, and carry the number tag of, his home state. 

Speed rates are indicated by number only. The lowest rates apply 
to built-up sections of cities and villages ; the next, to the parts of towns 
not closely built up; and the most liberal to the open country. 

It is assumed that machines have brakes and signaling devices. Only 
the requirements about lights are given. 

Travel in a state which doesn't exempt non-residents should be pre- 
ceded by the request for a license from the proper state officer who has 
charge of the registration and license of motor vehicles. 

The Motorcyclist can determine to what extent these laws apply 
to motorcycle traffic only by application to the Registry Official. 

47 



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B. F. Goodrich Company 

Akron, Ohio 



OUR PRODUCTS ARE HANDLED AT 



NEW YORK 1780-82 Broadway 

CHICAGO 62 Bast Lake 8t 

BOSTON 851-857 Boylston St. 

PHILADELPHIA 615-623 N. Broad St. 

BUFFALO 731 Main 8t 

DETROIT Woodward Avenue. Cor. Garftled 

ST. LOTOS 3931-33 Olive St. 

DENVER 1422-24 Court Place 

KANSAS CITY 1011 East 15th St. 

PITTSBURG Cop. Perm and Beatty Sta. 

INDIANAPOLIS 217 North Illinois St. 

MINNEAPOLIS 12 8th St.. South 

CLEVELAND 1743 Euclid Ave. 

DALLAS 1900-1302 Commerce St. 

CINCINNATI 1110 Race St. 

SAN FRANCISCO 341-347 Market St. 

Also 556-560 Golden Gate Ave. 

LOS ANGELES 406 West Pico St. 

SEATTLE 113-115 King St. 

Also 700 East Pike St. 

PORTLAND, OREGON 325-327 Burnside St 

ATLANTA 25 Houston St. 

TORONTO, CANADA 134 Bay St. 

ABROAD 

LONDON 117-123 Golden Lane. E. O. 

PARIS 38 his Avenue de la Grande Armee 

WHOLESALE STOCK DEPOTS 

MILWAUKEE 450 Jackson St 

DES MOINES 716 Mulberry St. 

BALTIMORE 110 W. Mt. Royal Ave. 

WASHINGTON 1702 14th St. N. W. 

TOLEDO 813 Madison Ave. 

DAYTON 123 West Third St 

MEMPHIS 97 North Second St. 

NEW ORLEANS 609 Baronne St 

OKLAHOMA CITY 711 North Broadway 

OMAHA 207 South 19th St. 

COLUMBUS 512 East Long St 

LOUISVILLE 941V6 South Third St 

JACKSONVILLE N. W, cor. Union and Laura Sta. 

SALT LAKE CITY 140 East 2nd South St. 

BROOKLYN 1242 Fulton St 

NEWARK 42 New St 

ALBANY 371 Madison Are. 

RICHMOND 1643 West Broad St 

SPRINGFIELD 238 Dwight St 

ROCHESTER 48 Franklin St 

SYRACUSE 421-423 S. Clinton St 

PROVIDENCE 392 Weybosset St cor. Window 

PORTLAND, MAINE 28 Prehle St 

GRAND RAPIDS 68 N. Division St 

SAGINAW 706 Genesee Ave. 

SAN ANTONIO 437 Main Ave. 

HOUSTON 1114 Prairie Ave. 

OAKLAND 1913-1915 Broadway 

SPOKANE S. 110 Cedar St 

SACRAMENTO 1104 J St 

FRESNO 1914-16 Tuolumne St 

CHARLOTTE 235 N. Tryon St 

NASHVILLE 119 8th Ave.. North 

BIRMINGHAM 429 S. 20th St. 

ST. PAUL 189 West 6th St. 

WORCESTER 67 Park St 

SCRANTON 60S Linden St 

NEW HAVEN 32 Crown St 

ATLANTIC CITY 2920 Atlantic Ave. 



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SOUTHERN 
CALIFORNIA 







TOURING 

service: 



Via Sante Fe Trail and 
Grand Canyon Route 




CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARY 




This Book is presented to the Tourist with 
the compliments of the Goodrich National 
Touring Bureau. 

It charts the best lines of travel to South- 
ern California from Denver, offering an op- 
portunity to visit the wonderful Grand Can- 
yon, the Pueblo districts, villages, petrified 
forests, etc., etc. 

Goodrich Dealers are located on this route 
with the latest up-to-date Goodrich Boute 
Cards from point to point. 

Goodrich supplies can also be obtained 
everywhere. Always favor Goodrich Deal- 
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Copyright, 1915 

THE B. F. GOODRICH COMPANY 

Akron, Ohio 



Form X4598 






Denver to Southern California 



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DENVER 

CALL AT OOODRICH BUILOINO 




Denver to Colorado Springs and Pueblo 



Miles Miles 

0.0 DENVER. From Goodrich 14.9 

Company, 1422 Court Place, 15.6 

go east on Court Place. 
0.2 Turn right (south) on 16th St. 17.2 

one block. 
0.3 Bear right on Broadway. 20.8 

0.5 Pass State Capitol on left. 21.3 

4.2 ^- Turn right on Mexico Ave. 

Q Cross B. B. §). 24.3 

4.5 <® Turn left (south) on Santa 

Fe Ave. 32.6 

5.6 End of asphalt, straight ahead 

dirt road. 49.0 

9.7 LITTLETON. Q< Turn right 

at station aivav from B. B. 
10.0 i$) Turn left (south) with 

trolley, running along B. B. 
14.3 ^> Turn left across two B. Bs. 52.3 



Turn left and right with road. 
Curve sharp right and left 

with road. 
ACEQUINE. Station on 

right. 
OANN. Station on right. 
§>• Curve right across B. B., 

then left •<§) along same. 
SEDALIA. ®. Turn right 

across E. K. §>. ' 
Up steep hill, with deep sand 

at bottom. 
PALMEE LAKE. •© Curve 

left. (This point is 2,000 

feet higher than Denver and 

1,000 feet higher than 

Pueblo.) 
Running up grade, cross B. B. 

(§) and turn right fy. 



Miles 
52.5 



MONUMENT. •<§) Turn left 
one block, then right @>. 

(§>• Bear right at B. B^ 

PBMG. Station on left. 

«@ Curve left across E. E. Q. 

Turn left with road. 

Turn right with road. 

BEEED STATION on right; 
curve right away from E. E., 
then cross (5) B. B. and 
curve left <<§) along E. B. 

§)• Turn right, then left. 

PIKE'S VIEW. Station. 

Caution for sharp curves. 

•<§) Turn left (east) on Pike 's 
Peak Ave. two blocks. 

Turn right (south) on Nevada 
St. 

COLOEADO SPEINGS. Court 
house on right. Straight. 

Cross E. E. 

Under E. E. Turn left ^ 
just beyond. 
74.5 <^) Curve left across E. B., 
then right @- along E. B., 
running between E. Es. 



52.9 
55.7 
56.9 
GO.O 

ilD.2 
64.2 



66.1 
67.6 

68.2 
72.2 

72.3 

72.4 

72.8 
73.3 



Miles 
76.1 ty Curve right acros3 E. B., 
then left •<§>. 
Jog right away from E. E. 
Turn right at E. E. 
Jog right across E. B., 
then left i§) along E. E. 
S5.3 i§) Cross B. E., turn left •<§> 

and immediately right ©•. 
85.6 POTJNTAIN. Straight. 
86.6 Cross concrete bridge and jog 

left Ǥ) and right i^. 
90.9 •§) Curve left across E. B. 
BTJTTES (Straight on right. 
Then right ©• along E. E. 
93.1 (§>• Curve right across E. E., 
then left •©. 

102.1 End of dirt road. Straight. 

104.2 PINON. Station on left. 
107.8 (§> Cross B. E. <§>. BBAG- 

DON. Station on right. 
109.8 EDEN. Station on left. 
114.6 Jog left and right with road 

on Elizabeth St. 
115.8 Turn left (east) on Tenth St. 

about four blocks. 
116.2 PUEBLO. Corner Santa Fe 

Ave. and 10th St. 




COLORADO SPRINGS 



Pueblo to Trinidad, Col. 



■.' ... 

0.0 PUEBLO. From Court House, 
on Main St., go west on Main 
St. Pass Poat office on right. 

0.6 Bight fork with trolley on 
B. B. Cross 
bridge and B. B. 

1.3 Left fork just beyond viaduct. 

1.4 Jog left and right across trolley. 
2.0 Pass school and next left on 

Adams St. 

3.5 At trolley jog left and next 

right, passing lake. 
4.3 At end of fckc turn left. Fol- 
low wires, straight on. 
22.4 ABBEY. Cross bridge and 
turn right, follow wires. 

24.2 Cross bridge. Straight on. 

28.3 Turn left across bridge. 

35.2 Curve left and turn next right. 

39.9 Cross small creek. Pass reser- 
voir. 

41.9 Cross river. Up grade. Straight. 

52.6 WALSENBUBG. Straight. 
At end of street 'curve left. 
Cross bridge. 



Miles. 

53.1 Keep left at top of hill post 

cemetery. 

57.2 Cross B. B. Again 60.5. Cross 

small B. Es. one mile beyond. 
62.0 Turn left at hill. Up grade, 

keeping right with poles into 
(iL'.4 LESTEB. Straight on. 
Go.2 BOUSE. Turn right. Cross E. 

E. and turn left. Up grade. 

< ross E. Es. at Gii.7, 67.4 and 

69.6. 

71.8 Cross E. B. and tuni left across 

bridge into 
72.0 AGUELAB. Turn left and 
cross streets. 

74.4 Cross E. E. Follow wires. 

Cross E. B. at 78.7 and 79.1. 

82.5 CHICOSA. Cross B. E. 83.4. 

85.6 Bight undor E. E. and left. 

89.7 Cross E. E. Up grade. 

90.9 Straight through x roads. Cross 

E. Es. and bridge. 
91.5 Turn right at end of street. 
91.9 TEINIDAD, COLOEADO. 





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Trinidad to Las Vegas, N. M. 



Miles 
0.0 



TRINIDAD. Straight south 
west with trolley on Main 
St. 
0.3 Left fork up grade. Straight 
on main road, crossing R. 
Rs. into 
3.7 STARKVILLE. Turn left. 
4.3 Left across R. R. and right. 
Follow wires. Caution for 
turns. 
8.9 GALINAS. Straight on. 
10.3 MORLEY/ Left fork, up 
grade. Through canyon. 

12.0 Right under R. R. and left. 

Up grade over Raton T'nss. 

14.3 State line (Colorado-New 

Mexico). Straight on Ridge 
Road. Down grade. 

24.4 Turn right at R. R. into 

24.6 BATON. Straight south on 

Second St. 
25.4 Bear left across R. R. Follow 
wires. 

30.1 Left fork, leaving wires. 
31.0 Cross R. R. Straight on. 

32.7 Curve right across bridge. 

Cross R. R. 

35.2 Cross R. R. Cross bridge. 
39.4 Left fork, leaving wins. 

Straight on into 
51.4 MAXWELL. Turn left on 
Main St. 



Miles. 
51.6 

55.3 
56.4 

58.5 

65.0 
67.2 
67.6 
69.1 
69.5 

7S.1 
82.4 
92.7 
94.7 
96.1 



118.1 

120.5 
123.5 
127.7 
131.1 
136.5 

138.3 



138.4 



Turn right. Follow R. R. 

Straight on. 
Right fork, into 
FRENCH. Turn right, leav- 
ing town. 
Bear left. 

Bear left and right into 
SPRINGER. Turn right. 
Left fork. Straight on. 
Cross bridge and keep left. 
Center road at forks. Straight 
on through 
COLMOR. 

Cross R. R. Straight. 
Turn right into 
WAGON MOUND. Turn left. 
Right across R. R. and left. 

Follow wires, keeping right 

on main road. 
WATROUS '(on left). 

Straight on main road. 
Turn right along R. R. 
KROENIG (on left). 
ONAVA (on left). 
AZUL (on left). 
ARRIBA. Straight into 

Grand Ave. 
Turn left on Douglas Ave. and 

just beyond turn right on 

Railroad Ave. 
LAS VEGAS. 



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I as Vegas to Santa Fe, N. M. 









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9 



LAS VEGAS South OB 

las A 
Turn right on 121 

Parallcl 
R. K. 
ROMERO. Straight on main 

TECOLOTE. n vil- 

■itraight on mnin 
-lit. through 
BERNAL. irvation 

on left. (Elei 

n 22.8. Cross 
•or 27.11. 

Bear right through SAN JOSE 
and keep left. 

Arroyo. Straight on west. 
Glorietta Mountain on left, 

FULTON (on left). 

PAJARITA. (Mexican vil- 
lage.) Turn left and next 
right along K. K. Straight 
through . 



Mile*. 

42.3 ROWE. Straight on main 

traveled road. 
17. .1 Kote ruins of Old Pecos Mis- 
sion on left. 
PECOS. Straight wi 

50.1 Turn left, down grade. Straight 

with wires. 

55.0 Left across R. B. and right 

(GLORIETTA). Strn 
down grade. 
Cross R. R. Parallel R. B. at 
Apache Canyon. 

59.4 CANONCITO. Bear right at 

church. Up grade. 
61.3 Right fork. Up grade. Straight 
on main road. 

05.2 Cross dry creek and turn left, 

up grade. 
00.0 Cross arroyo and curve right. 
70.7 Right fork. Keep right on 

main road into College Ave. 
73.9 Turn left at end of street at 

Mission and next right. 

74.1 SANTA FE. PlaJia. 



Santa Fe to Albuquerque, N. M. 



Miles 

O.n SANTA FE. Prom west side 
of Plaza, San Francisco St., 
go south. Cross bridge. Pass 
eapitol, turning immediately 
right and left. 




i) SANTA FE # 



Miles, 

1.1 

1.9 

5.4 
10 

18.7 

23.6 
28.3 



39.6 



40.1 
41.3 



5(1.0 
(10.4 



61.1 



G3.n 



Right fork. Cross B. R. 
Cross R. B. Straight on. 
Right fork. Straight on. 
Cross arroyo. Up grade, fol- 
low main road. 
At top of hill koep right down 

grade, bearing left at bottom. 
Cross B. R. Cross arrovo, 25.9. 
DOMINGO. (On right.) 

Straight across sandy ar- 

royos. 
Curve left around hill, down 

grade. 
Turn right; bear left. 
Left fork. Keep left at forks, 

through BERNALILLO. 

(Sandia Mts. on left.) 
Pass cemetery. Straight on. 
Turn right at xroads. Cross 

B. If. 
Turn left at xroads. Cross R. 

R. 
Turn left on Central Ave. into 
ALBUQUERQUE. 



Tke Mileage tells tke Story 

GOODRj£H TlRES-Best ia tke Lorvg Run, 



Albuquerque to Flagstaff. 

via Gallup. 



Miles. 




Miles 


0.0 


ALBUQUERQUE. From 2nd 
and Central Aves., go south 
on 2nd Ave. Next turn 


158.9 




right and left, then right at 


172.9 




xroads and cross bridge over 






the Rio Grande Eiver. 


185.6 


1.8 


Turn left at end of bridge. 




7.0 


Straight thru PAJARITO. 




10.8 


Straight thru PADILLAS. 


188.3 


14.0 


Turn right at ISLETA and 






parallel E. E. 


215.0 


33.0 


Cross Puereo Eiver. 


240.5 


38.9 


Cross E. E. and turn right. 




42.4 


Cross E. E. 


247.2 


42.6 


Pass SUWANEE. 


261.5 


43.6 


Cross E. E. 




48.8 


Cross San Jose Eiver. 




49.1 


Pass AEMAJO on right. 




55.3 


Cross B. B. at RITO. 


270.1 


56.2 


Cross B. B. 




56.6 


Cross ford. 


279.2 


58.6 


Cross E. E. at LAGUNA. 


2S3.3 


69.5 


Take right fork. 




71.0 


Jog right and left, passing 
thru CUBERO. 




75.5 


Pass ALASKA STATION - . 


283.4 


83.3 


Cross B. E. at MCCARTYS. 






Keep to the right. (Left for 


294.0 




SPRIKGERVILLE.) 




88.4 


Eight across B. B. then left 






along same. 


299.0 


94.5 


Pass GRANT STATION. 


306.5 


96.2 


Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork for SAN 


320.7 




RAFAEL.) 


328.3 


100.6 


Pass TOLTEC STATION on 






right. 


341.3 


108.6 


Cross E. E. at BLTJEWATER 
STATION. 




113.0 


Eight across E. E., then left 
along same. 


346.3 


113.7 


Left under B. B., then right 






along same. 


.",58.3 


115.9 


Cross E. B. at BACA. 


368.3 


122.9 


Cross B. B. at SHAVES STA- 






TION. 


372.3 


124.9 


Cross E. E. 




125.9 


Pass THOREATJ. 


376.8 


133.3 


Cross E. E. 




133.6 


Cross B. E. at GUAM. 


378.3 


141.4 


Straight thru PEREA and 
cross E. E. 




146.7 


Pass WINGATE on right. 




152.6 


Pass ZTJNI STATION on 


380.7 




right. 


381.8 



Turn right across B. B. thru 
GALLUP where turn right 
then left. 

Pass road on left. (Boad on 
left for MANUELITO.) 

Turn right around St. Mich- 
aels, avoiding the two roads 
on the left. 

Take left fork. (Eight fork 
leads to GANADO.) 

Pass by old ruins. 

Turn right along E. B. at 
NAVAJO. 

Pass by PINTO STATION. 

Pass road on left at ADA- 
MANA. 

(Turn left for Petrified For- 
est.) 

Pass CARBIZO STATION on 
left. 

Take left fork. 

Turn left at Station at HOL- 
EEOOK, cross bridge a 
little before coming into 
town, cross and recross B. B. 

Turn right at xroads. (Turn 
left for SPRINGERVTLLE) 

Take left fork. (Bight fork 
for ST. JOSEPH across the 
river. 

Pass corral on left. 

Pass corral on left. 

WINSLOW. Cross E. B. and 
turn left. 

Pass MOQUI STATION on 
left. 

Turn left across B. B. at 
SUNSHINE STATION, then 
straight ahead. 

Straight thru xroads. (Turn 
left for Meteor Crater and 
right for Canyon Diablo.) 

Cross bridge over canyon. 

Pass WINONA STATION on 
right. 

Pass COSNINO STATION on 
right. 

Turn right across B. B. at 
CLIFFS. 

Pass road on right. (Boad on 
right leads to PREHIS- 
TORIC CLIFF DWELL- 
INGS.) 

Cross spur tracks. 

FLAGSTAFF. (E. E. Sta.) 



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Flagstaff to Grand 

Canyon 

■■■ 

0.0 FLAGSTAFF. From R. R. 
Station go oast along R. R. 
tracks. 
1.1 Cross rami] R. R. 
' on right. 
Crow R. R. 
5.9 Take left fork. (Right for 

WTNSLOW.) 
6.9 Pass road on right. 

8.7 Cross R. R. 

9.0 Cross R. R. 

12.0 Bear left at forks, following 
road up grade into pine for- 
est. 

19.7 Left fork down hill. 

20.7 Pass road on left. 
Bear right at forks. 

40.3 Left fork. 

s voir on right. 
67.0 Straight on with travel. 

69.8 Pass Grand View Hotel on 

right. Straight on. 

70.2 Pass road on 

70.7 Bear left thru 3-cornera. 

right for GRAND VIEW 
POINT.) 

72.8 Pass road on right. (Road on 

right leads to HAMMER 
POINT.) 

82.8 R. R. Station ahead, bear right 

to 
8.1.0 GRAND CANYON. El Tovar 
Hotel. 

Grand Canyon to Ash 
Fork 

Miles. 
0.0 GRAND CANYON. From El 
Tovar Hotel go in a west 
erly direction on main high-. 
way. 

1.8 Pass road on right. 

3.1 Cross R. R. Pass road on left, 

cross R. R. again and take 
left fork. (Road on left leads 
to WILLIAMS.) 

5.2 Pass ranches on right. 

12.9 Pass inverse right fork. 

18.6 Take right fork. Down long 

rocky grade. 
27.6 Foot of descent. 

29.3 Pass road on right. 

33.8 Pass corral on right. 
34.6 Pass road on left. 

45.0 Take left fork a little past 

fenced in tank. 

52.5 Take right fork. 

54.1 Pass inverse left fork. 

57.9 Pass inverse right fork. 
67.9 Pass inverse right fork. 
71.5 Pass inverse left fork. 
73.0 Cross R. R. 

73.3 Cross R. R., turn right,- then 

left, then right into 

73.4 ASH FORK. R. R. Station. 



Grand Canyon to 
Flagstaff 

Miles. 
0.0 GRAND CANYON. El Tovar 
Hotel. Go west on Main road. 
0.2 Bear left from R. B. Station. 

10.2 Pass road on left. (Bos 

left leads to HAMMER 
POINT.) 

12.3 Bear right thru 3-corners. 

(Left for GRAND VIEW 
POINT.) 

12.8 Pass road on right. 

13.2 Pass Grand View Hotel on 

left. Straight on. 
16.0 Straight with travel. 

27.3 Pass reservoir on left. 
42.7 Pass inverse left fork. 
43.7 ' Bear left. 

62.3 Pass road on right. 

63.3 Pass inverse left fork. 

71.0 Bear right. Forks. 

74.0 Cross R. R. 
.74.3 Cross R. R. 

76.1 Pass road on left. 

77.1 Pass inverse left fork. i 

verse left fork for WINS- 
LOW.) 

78.1 Cross R. R. 

79.6 Pass road on left. 

51.9 -Cross ranch R. R. 

83.0 FLAGSTAFF. R. R. Station. 

Y©'M ceutuxot go wrotvg 

on Goodrtck Tlr«« 
Flagstaff to Ash Fork 



Miles 
0.0 

0.1 

0.7 

G.O 
6.2 

11.8 

11.9 
15.7 
16.0 

25.5 

82.4 

::2.:i 

35.9 



40.5 
42.1 

55.4 



5o.: 



FLAGSTAFF. From R, R. Sta- 
tion, go south, crossing R. R. 
Turn right and cross bridge, 

shortly after. 
Turn right, next left and cross 

R. R. 
Cross R. R. 
Summit of Divide. Follow 

winding road down grade. 
Left fork. (Right fork leads 

to BELLMONT STATION.) 
Cross R. R. 
Straight thru xroads. 
Straight thru xroads. (Turn 

left for BLAINE.) 
Turn right around BOUNDS- 

VILLE RANCH. Next left. 
Turn right at end of road. 
Keep left at small building 

following road into 
WILLIAMS. Straight thru 

town, keeping to the south 

side of R. R. tracks. 
Bear right. 
Pass road on left. 
Straight thru xroads. 
Cross It. 1-!. curving right, nasi 

left into 
ASH FORK. R. 1!. Station. 




0.1 

0.4 
1.9 

5.5 

15.5 
19.3 
20.9 

2S.4 



:;s.s 



Ash Fork to 

ASH TOBK. From E. E, Sta- 
tion go east. 

Turn left, then right, then left 
across E. E. 

Take left fork just after E. E. 

Take left fork. 

Take right fork. 

Take right fork. 

Take left fork. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Pass inverse left fork. A little 
further beyond, fenced in 
tank. 

Pass road on right. 



Grand Canyon 

Miles 



39.6 
44.1 

45.8 
54.8 
60.5 

lis. 2 
70.3 



71.6 

73.4 



Pass corral on loft. 

Pass road on left. 

Tip long, rocky grade. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Take right fork. 

Pass ranches on left. 

Pass inverse left fork, next 
cross E. E. Pass road on 
right and cross E. E. (Road 
on right leads to WIL- 
LIAMS.) 

PasB road on left. 

GEAND CANYON. El Tovar 
Hotel. 



Miles. 
0.0 



3.5 
24.5 



2(5.5 
27.5 
32.5 



36.3 

41.3 



44.3 
45.3 
61.0 



6S.1 



Ash Fork to Kingman 

Miles 



ASH FOEK. From K. E. Sta- 
tion, go iu a southwesterly 
direction avoiding right- 
hand roads. 

Take right fork. (Left fork' 
for PEESCOTT.) 

Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork poor road to 
PEESCOTT via PATER- 
SON EANCH.) 

Cross E. E. and turn left. 
Follow main road into 

SELIGMAN. P. O. 

Cross R. E. 

Turn right across E. E., then 
left along same, past CHI- 
NO STATION. 

Pass AUDLEY STATION on 
left. 

Take left fork. (Eight fork 
for NELSON via NELSON 
CANYON.) 

Pass PICA STATION on left. 

Cross E. E. 

Curve left across E. E. just 
before NELSON and im- 
mediately left again. 

Straight past PEACH 
SPEINGS. (Eight here for 
road for bottom of GEAND 
CANYON.) 



SI. 4 
81.9 
82.4 
83.9 
84.5 
86.9 



87.8 



90.1 
92.3 

'.i-2.6 

94.3 

97.2 
99.2 



114.0 



11S.6 



120.6 



Puss TEUXTON. R. K. STA- 
TION" at left. 

Pass inverse left fork. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Take left fork. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Go under R. R. 

Cross R. R. and immediately 
turn left past TEUXTON 
Indian School. 

Keep along R. E. 

Cross E. R. and immediately 
pass left fork. 

Pass inverse left fork. 

Keep to the right past HACK- 
BEEEY. 

Turn right, next left and cross 
E. E. 

Take left fork. 

Cross E. E. 

Pass inverse left fork, im- 
mediately cross E. R. and 
left along same. 

Pass BEEEY STATION on 
left. 

Turn left across R. R., take 
left fork, following road in- 
to 

KINGMAN. R. R. Station. 



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Kingman, Ariz., to Needles, Cal. 



KINGMAN. 

mth. 
Go undi "l take 

left fork. 
Take left fork and cm 

i lead to quarry. 
K. E., then tnk 

i;ight fork for 
NEEDLES via OATMAN.) 
Turn right at YUCCA STA- 






ri.o 



TION, away from It. E. Fol 
low road over rolling grades. 

Pass inverse right fork at 
TOPOCK and go onto Santa 
Fe E. B. bridge over Colo 
rado Eiver. (See Agent 
here, toll $3.50.) 

Follow road off bridge, fol- 
lowing main road into 

NEEDLES. 



Needles to San Bernardino 



Miles 
0.0 



0.1 
3.0 

7.3 

ii. c, 

18.8 
23.5 



31.3 



41.4 



4H.4 
>7 



70.3 



79.9 



83.5 
91.5 



102.4 



104..", 
112..-, 



113.4 
121.4 



120.4 
131.4 



145.4 



148.9 
151.0 



NEEDLES. From E. R. sta- 
tion on right go west to lirst 
right turn Q. Cross B. B. 

Turn left just after E. R. 

Keep to left. 

JAVA on left. 

Cross E. R. and pass KLINE- 
FELTEE. 

Pass BANNOCK oa right. 

Pass HOMEE STATION on 

right. 

Turn right across R. E., then 
left along same, through 
GOFFS. 

Straight by FENNEE STA- 
TION. (Gas and oil.) 

Take left fork. 

Pass DANBY at left. (Ga- 
rage and hotel.) 

Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork leads to CA- 
DIZ STATION.) 

Straight thru xroads. (BEN- 
GALL STATION at left.) 
"Pass AMBOY on left. 

Pass BAGDAD at right. (Gas 
and oil.) 

Pass KLONDIKE STATION 
on left. 

Cross E. R. 

Turn right across R. R., then 
left along same, then left. 
next left again, then right 
through town of LUDLOW, 
then left. Turn left after 
crossing spur tracks. 

Cross tracks of Tonopah & 
Tidewater R. R. 

Pass LAVTC STATION on 
left. (Water.) 

Cross E. E. 

Pass HECTOE STATION on 
right. (Water.) 

Pass NEWBEEEY SPEINGS. 
(Good drinking water here.) 
Pass inverse right fork. 
Turn right, then left along 
same, at MINEOLA STA- 
TION. 



Miles 

157.1 Cross R. R. 

157.7 Straight through DAGGETT, 
where turn left across E. R., 
then right along same. 

158.9 Take right fork. Follow road 
parallel to E. E. for some 
distance, then turn right 
across E. E., and left along 
same. Cross a spur track, 
then turn left across E. E. 
into BAESTOW. 

160.9 Turn left across E. R. and 
immediately left again. 

167.0 Turn right at school, next 

right again, following road 
over rolling grades. 

181.6 Take right fork. 

188.9 Pass HELEN to the right. 
(Store.) 

198.1 Cross R. R. 

200.1 Straight past town of OBO 

GRANDE. 

201.2 Cross bridge over Mojave 

Eiver, next past inverse 
right fork. 

204.4 Turn right across E. E., going 

through VICTORVILLE. 
Keep to the left. 
212.9 Straight through town of 
HESPEEIA, where turn 
right. 

220.5 Summit of CAJON PASS. 

221.5 Go under E. E. 

821.7 CAJON STATION at right. 

Cross E. E. Follow wind- 
ing road down canyon, cross- 
ing E. R. 

234.4 Turn right, cross R. R., and 
left along same at DEVORE 
STATION. 

2(0.5 Turn left on Highland Ave. 
Follow same to E St., cross- 
ing two R. Ra. 

241.6 Turn right on E St. 

243.9 SAN BERNAEDINO. (3rd 
and E Sts.) 

See page 18 for connecting routes 

to Eos Angeles.) 



11 



Albuquerque, N. M., to Magdalena 

Ocean to Ocean Highway. 
Albuquerque to Magdalena — 108.0 M. 



Miles 




Miles 


' 


0.0 


ALBUQUERQUE. Corner 


17.5 


Cross road. 




Second St. and Central Ave. 


17.9 


Cross road. 




Start east to cross R. R. 


18.2 


Cross road. 




track. 


21.3 


Deep small arroya. Slow up. 


0.2 


Cross R. R. 


22.3 


Deep small arroya. Slow up. 


1.5 


University of New Mexico 


26.3 


Pass between an old adobe 




on left. 




house and small lake. 


3.6 


Forks, leave main road and 


28.3 


Large trees and good spring. 




turn to right. 




Good camping place but no 


2.3 


Cemetery. Turn to left up 




wood. 




hill. 


32.2 


Cross road. Slow up. 


2.9 


Small powder house on right. 


36.5 


Dim forks, bear right. 


3.6 


Avoid road to right. 


37.0 


Road on right. 


4.2 


Forks, leave main road and 


39.2 


Forks, bear right for Socorro 




turn to right. 




Bridge Cut-off. (Sign here). 


4.7 


Bad xroad. Slow up. 


44.2 


Cross road. 


5.0 


Road in on right. 


45.4 


Thru gate and cross R. R. 


6.1 


Road in on right. 




track. Thru gate and bear 


6.4 


Cross big arroya. 




for road straight west. 


6.9 


Turn corner of fence, bear 


47.7 


Cross arroya. 




left. 


48.0 


Cross road and arroya. 


7.4 


Top of mesa. 


52.0 


Cross road and arroya. 


10.2 


Avoid road to left. 


60.7 


FRENCH HILL. 


13.5 


HUBBELL SPRING. Old 


74.2 


Down Johnson Grade. 




adobe house. Keep straight 


78.2 


Good camping place, both 




ahead, bearing a little to 




wood and water. 




left. 


78.9 


Cross river and bridge. 


14.0 


Cross small arroya. 


79.3 


Cross R. R. and turn left. 


14.4 


Ctoss road. Slow up. 


83.7 


SOCORRO. 


15.5 


Road on right. 


86.7 


Enter Blue Canyon. 


17.3 


Cross arroya. 


89.7 


Top of mountain. 


17.4 


Three roads, take middle road 


96.9 


Section house on left. 




straight across; avoid going 


108.0 


MAGDALENA. 




to left or right. 








Magdalena to Springerville— 131.9 M. 


Miles. 




Miles. 




0.0 


MAGDALENA Drive west 


64.5 


House and windmill on left. 




on First St. Follow signs. 


76.3 


Small store. 


9.5 
35.2 
46.4 


Graded State Road. 
First top of mountain. 
DATIL. 
Large spring to right of road 

among logs. 


80.0 
117.2 


QUEMADO. 

Cross road to right leads to 


117.7 


Old Crater and Salt Lake. 
State Line. New Mexico — 


47.8 


CONTINENTAL DIVIDE. 




Arizona. 




8,200 feet. 


131.9 


SPRINGERVILLE, ARIZ. 



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Springerville to Globe, Ariz. 



Miles 

0.0 8PRINGERVTLLE. From P. 
O. go northwest. Turn left 
at Becker's store. Pass 
church and bear right down 
grade. Straight on main 
road. 
Turn right at end of road at 
fence. Straight on slight 
long grade. 

12.0 Curve right. Cross creek. Up 

grade. 
12.2 Bight fork. Straight on 
graded road. 
Kight fork. Straight into 
Apache Indian Reservation 
18.3. (Water on right.) 
Straight on down grade, fol- 
lowing main road. 

28.1 Cross ford. 

30.5 Cross ford. (Gravel.) 

37.4 Left fork. Straight across 

creeks. 

39.5 Left fork. 

41.9 COuLEY'S RANCH. (Tele- 
graph and telephone.) Bear 
left, down grade, through 
Black Canyon. 

47.9 Bear right, down grade across 
bridge, turning left. 
Straight ahead. North fork 
of White River Canyon on 
left. 

59.9 WHITE RIVER INDIAN 
STATION. Bear right at 
store. 



Miles 

65.5 
65.7 
65.8 
66.0 

72.0 

79.4 

84.3 

84.7 

91.0 

102.0 

111.1 
123.4 



124.7 
125.4 



126.0 



138.6 
140.0 



144.4 



146.4 
147.0 



FORT APACHE. (On left.) 

Turn right at end of road. 
Right fork. 
Left fork. 
Turn next right. 
Left fork. Follow main road. 
Left fork, following main 

road. 
Cross ford. Up grade and 

down grade along river. 
Cross ford. (Caution.) 
Turn right. Up grade. 
Pass road on right. 
Bear left at sawmill. Up and 

down grade. 
Ford creek. 
Cross bridge over Sycamore 

Creek, south, keeping right 

into 
RICE INDIAN STATION. 
Right fork. Cross R. R. 

(RICE.) 
Cross R. R. Straight on main 

road paralleling R. R., cross- 
ing dry river beds. 
CUTTER. (On left.) 
Bear left across R. R. and 

right, paralleling R. R. 
PINAL. Cross R. R. Curve 

left under R. R. and right. 
Cross R. R. into 
GLOBE. 



Goodrich Dealer Here 



GRAND CANYON ROUTE 
Springerville to Holbrook 



Miles 
0.0 



0.8 
3.9 
5.6 

13.7 



19.0 
22.0 

26.8 
30.1 
31.2 
32.7 



33.0 



SPRINGERVILLE . From 
store, go south past church, 
curving right just beyond. 

Bear right, thru 4-corners. 

Bear right. 

Fork; keep left. Follow road 
over rolling country. 

Take right fork. (Left fork, 
poor road to CONCHO, but 
narrow.) 

Take extreme left fork. 

Take left fork, passing CHIM- 
NEY SPRINGS on right. 

Straight thru xroads. 

Turn left around fence. 

Turn right. Straight ahead. 

ST. JOHN. Turn left one 
block, then right 3 blocks. 
(For business center, turn 
right 2 blocks.) 

Turn left at xroads. Road for 
the next 7 miles, perfectly 
straight. 



Miles, 

43.9 

49.4 

49.6 
59.3 
59.4 
64.6 
64.9 
68.7 
74.3 

82.6 



93.5 



95.1 

97.7 



98.2 



Keep left with travel. 

CONCHO. Straight on, to end 
of street. 

Turn left. 

Keep to the left, past corrals. 

Straight by Hunt Ranch. 

Right fork across small bridge. 

Turn right across steel bridge. 

Take right fork. 

Keep to the right. (For WOOD- 
RUFF, straight on.) 

Pass inverse left fork. (This 
inverse left fork for Petri- 
fied Forest, 2 miles.) 

Bear right. (Road in from left 
from WOODRUFF.) 

Turn left across steel bridge. 

Bear right, next left around 
fence. 

Straight thru 4-corners. (HOL- 
BROOK just to the right 
across river.) 



(Connects with Route Albuquerque to Flagstaff — page 8) 



13 



Globe to Phoenix, Ariz. 

Good road. Beautiful scenery. 



Mi 1pp. 
0.0 



6.7 



19.9 
23.3 
27.5 
34.8 



37.1 
45.1 

78.1 

98.4 
99.2 



GLOBE. From court house 
go west ou Main St. Cross 
creek and turn immediately 
left. Across B. E. Keep 
right on main road. 

BUBCH. Cross E. E. Straight 
on main winding road across 
Apache Mts. Summit at 
16.3 m. 

Left fork. 

LIVINGSTON. Straight on. 

Cross bridges. 

EOOSEVELT. (Eoosevelt 

Dam Eeservoir on right.) 
Straight on main winding 
road. 

Pass road on right (to Eoose- 
velt Dam). 

Turn left, up grade. Cross 
bridge straight through can- 
yon (winding road). 

GOLDFIELD. Straight on 
graded level gravel road. 

Through xroads and cross E.E. 

MESA. Straight through 
town. (Postoffice on left; 
turn left for Chandler.) 



Miles 
99.3 

99.8 
101.9 
102.3 
103.6 

104.6 

104.8 
105.4 

105.7 

105.9 
106.0 
106.5 

107.5 



111.8 
114.1 



114.7 



Straight through xroads at 

edge of town. 
Straight through xroads. 
Cross bridge and E. E. 
Straight through xroads. 
Cross a little canal and im- 
mediately turn right. 
Cross E. B. and immediately 

pass inverse left fork. 
Jog right and left. 
Turn right on Mills St. 

(School on corner.) 
TEMFE. Straight through 

town. (P. O.) Cross B. E. 
Turn left on W. Second St. 
Turn right. 
Cross cement bridge over Salt 

Eiver. 
Boad here makes slight turn 

to right, from here on 

straight road. 
Pass Indian School on right. 
Pass High School buildings on 

right. Going into town on 

Van Buren St. 
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Milea 




0.0 


PHOENIX. From corner Cen- 


38.0 


Turn right at xroads. 




tral anil Adams St*, go e;»st 


39.0 


Pass road on right. 




on Adams 8t. 


40.0 


Turn left. 




Off pavement. 


40.5 


Turn right. 




Tnrn left ou 19th 


41.5 


Straight past Palo Verde Store. 


- 


Cross R. R. 


1 


Pass road on right. 


1.9 


Cross B. 


44.2 


Cross the Hassayampa River. 


■ 


Turn right with line of iron 




(Ford after heavy rains.) 




telephone poles. Keep direct 


14.4 


Turn left. 




road. 


18.2 


ARLINGTON. (Store, gas and 




Pass Cushion R. It. station. 




oil.) 




Straight. (Turn right for op- 


■ 


Straight thru xroads. 




tional road to PHOENIX.) 


51.4 


Pass Perry's store on right. 


16.1 


• lie AQUA FRIO RIVER. 




(No gas.) 




(Bad ford after heavy rains.) 


51.8 


Turn right. 
Take left fork. 


1C.4 


Cross R. R. and immediately 


57.1 




pass by Coldwater store. 


59.4 


Pass inverse left fork. (In- 




straight by Avondalc 




verse left fork leads to a 




Ranch. 




ranch.) 


■2.1.1 


Take left fork. (Right fork 


(12.:; 


Either fork. 




optional.) 


65.2 


Either fork. 


25.2 


Cross R. R. 


81.5 


Pass ranch house. 


9 


Turn right. 


82.3 


Take right fork. 


29.5 


Take left fork. 


90.3 


Pass inverse left fork. 


■ i 


Pass road ou left. 


93.5 


Pass inverse right fork. 




Turn left. 


95.1 


Pass inverse left fork. 


.•54.7 


BUCKEYE. (Hotel and ga- 


95.2 


Pass inverse right fork. 




rage.) Straight thru town. 


95.4 


Pass inverse right fork. 


35.0 


Straight through xroads. 


96.2 


AGUA CALIENTE. (Hotel, 




Turn left. 




gas and oil.) 




Agua Caliente to Yuma 


Miles 




Milea 




0.0 


AGUA CALIENTE. From the 


100.4 


Pass inverse right fork at 




Hotel go west on the main 




windmill. 




Toad. 


100.7 


DOME. (R. R. Station on 


11.8 


PALOMAS. Straight. Gas 




left.) Turn right at store. 




and oil and lodging. 


101.8 


Take left fork. 


18.7 


Turn right. 


105.3 


Swing left across R. R., then 


43.4 


Pass ranch house sometimes 




right along same. 




called Middle Wells. 


105.5 


Turn right across R. R. 


54.0 


Curve left past inverse right 


105.8 


Take left fork. (Right fork 




fork, just past two tall der- 




optional.) 




ricks. (These derricks are 


107.6 


Pass greenhouse on right. 




sometimes called Deep 


109.1 


Pass inverse right fork. 




Wells, though most of the 


109.2 


Take left fork. (Right fork 




time no water is at hand.) 




is the old road.) 


65.7 


Pass inverse left fork. 


110.6 


Pass inverse right fork. 


69.6 


Summit. Proceed down hill 


111.2 


Pass inverse right fork. 




over rough, rocky road. 


111.6 


Take left forks close together. 


75.1 


CASTLEDOME. Turn left 


114.1 


Take right fork. 




just past buildings. 


114.4 


Take left fork. 


75.9 


Pass inverse left fork. 


115.9 


Pass inverse right fork. 


92.6 


Pass inverse left fork. 


116.5 


Pass inverse right fork. 


99.0 


Take left fork, crossing Gila 


119.8 


Pass inverse right fork. 




River. Dry in dry season. 


120.2 


Swing right onto Main St., 


99.1 


Pass inverse left fork. 




straight. 


99.7 


Pass inverse left and inverse 


120.6 


YUMA. First and Main Sts. 




right fork. 




(Turn right for BBAW- 


99.9 


Pass inverse left fork. 




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Yuma, Arizona, to Brawley, Gal. 



Miles 


Miles 


0.0 


YTJMA. From First and Main 
Sts., go north on First St. 
one bloek. 


30.1 


0.1 


Turn left. 




0.3 


Take ferry across COLORADO 
E I V E B into California, 
straight off ferry. 


30.2 


0.6 


Cross B. E., pass inverse left 






fork and almost immediately 


43.7 




taking right fork. 


49.4 


1.0 


Take left fork away from R.R. 




1.6 


Take left fork. 




1.7 


Take right fork. 


49.5 


2.0 


Take right fork. 




2.1 


Pass inverse right fork and 






immediately pass inverse left 


63.1 




fork, cross little culvert, then 






take left fork. 


66.1 


2.8 


Take right fork. 




3.4 


Cross the bridge over canal. 




4.5 


Cross canal over wooden 


68.0 




bridge. 


71.9 


4.9 


Cross red wooden bridge. 




8.4 


Take left fork. 




16.2 


Turn sharp right and immedi- 


73.5 




ately pass inverse right fork. 


73.7 


22.6 


Pass inverse left fork. 


74.1 


23.0 


Pass inverse left fork. 


77.8 


23.7 


Take inverse left fork. 




25.3 


Pass inverse left fork. 


79.3 


26.2 


Take left fork. 


80.4 


26.8 


Pass inverse left fork. 




27.2 


Take left fork. 


85.7 


28.2 


Pass inverse right fork. 


86.3 


30.0 


Just at east end of E. E. Sta- 


88.6 




tion turn right. 


90.7 



Pass roads on right. (Boads 
on right lead to the Tempca 
and the American Girl 
Mines.) 

Here 200 vards past 06HE7 
B. B. STATION turn left 
across B. B., then immedi- 
ately right along same. 

Turn right across B. E. 

Turn left just before white 
shack. (Turn right' for Palo 
Verde Valley.) 

GLAMIS. Cross B. B. and 
turn right. (Bepair garage, 
gasoline and oil.) 

Straight parallel E. B. (Mam- 
moth station on right.) 

Turn right across E. E., then 
left along same. Mammoth 
Wash. 

Go under B. E. trestle. 

Cross canal over auto bridge. 
Tou are now out of the 
Mammoth Wash. 

Pass road on right. 

Pass road on right. 

Turn right. 

Pass inverse left fork and par- 
allel canal. 

Turn left onto the good roads. 

WIEST. Straight thru xroads. 
(Gas and oil.) 

Turn right. 

Turn left. 

ALAMOEIO. Straight. 

BRAWLEY. (P. O.) 



(See page 20 for connecting routes to San Diego and to 
Los Angeles via Coast. Excellent roads.) 




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Miles 
0.0 

0.3 



1.6 
1.9 



Brawley to Banning 



4.4 
5.4 



6.9 

9.4 

10.4 
10.9 
16.2 



19.3 
20.0 
23.5 
35.7 

51.2 



51.4 
54.5 
55.2 

63.2 



BRAWLEY. From P. O. go 
west on Main St. 

Take center fork (extreme 
left fork for Imperial, El 
Centro and San Diego). 
Kridge at foot of hill. 

Turn right with phone poles 
at top of hill. 

Turn left nlong phone line. 

Turn right at crossroads 
(bunch of mail boxes at 
right-hand corner). 

Turn left at crossroads 
(adobe house at right). 

Turn right. Westmoreland 
store on right corner. 

Turn right at crossroads. 

Turn left at crossroads. 

Turn right with roads at 
shacks on corner. (Last 
house in tho last forty 
miles). 

Take right fork. 

Take left fork. 

Take right fork. 

CAUTION for very bad wa- 
ter cut. 

Take right fork, 1/10 mile up 
left fork; water can be 
found at palm tree. 

Pass universal left fork, of 
the old road. 

Pass inverse left fork, at 
Mexican shacks. 

PaBS road on left. (Tall pole 
on corner, road on left leads 
to Agua Dulce Springs and 
ranch, 2/10 mile.) 

Straight ahead. (Inverse 
right fork across the track 
for MECCA i mile. This is 
the road also for Phoenix 
via BIythe and Imperial 
Junction). Parallel B. B. 



Straight thru 
THERMAL. 

Jog right and 
left, pass 
packing 
house. 

Pass thru the 
town of Coa- 
chella, B. B. 
station o n 
right. 




Miles 
75.5 
75.7 
76.2 

79.2 

79.6 
80.1 
81.1 
81.9 

83.1 

84.7 
88.1 
88.6 



92.2 



93.1 
98.3 



98.6 
99.0 



99.6 



100.9 
101.0 



107.9 



108.9 
109.5 
109.5 

118.1 
118.7 

118.9 

121.2 

122.2 



Swing left away from B. B. 

Pass inverse left fork. 

Straight ahead. (Turn right 
for INDIO i mile.) 

Turn sharp left around fence 
corner. 

Pass inverse left fork. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Cross wooden bridge. 

Pass inverse right fork at 
foot of little hill. 

Pass ranch house. (Water.) 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Take right fork. 

Jencks Ranch. (Gas and 
water). Here on to nearly 
to Banning mostly heavy 
sand. 

Take left fork, right fork op- 
tional. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Take left fork and immedi- 
ately pass inverse left fork. 

Straight thru crossroads. 

Turn sharp right at cross- 
roads. 

PALM SPBINGS. (Post- 
office and Hotel on left.) 
Straight ahead. 

Take left fork, right fork for 
Palm Springs Station. 

Pass inverse right fork and 
immediately cross little cul- 
vert. 

Turn right across B. B. then 
left. (Whitewater station 
to the left.) 

Pass inverse left fork. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Pass by Whitewater Eanch 
buildings and go thru gate. 

Pass thru gate. 

Straight thru irregular cross- 
roads. 

Pass inverse left fork and 
parallel B. B. 

Straight thru irregular cross- 
roads. 

BANNING. Livery Stable 
on corner. 



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Goodrich Safety Tread 
Goodrich Cord Tiros 
Goodrich Brown 
Tubes 
Silvertown Cords on front; Safety 
Tread on rear — all with the Good- 
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trans-continental car. 

17 



Banning to San Bernardino 

Via Bedlands. 



Miles 
0.0 BANNING. From Banning 

Livery Stable go west on the 

main road. 
0.5 Turn right. 
0.9 Turn left. 

1.7 Turn right. 

1.8 Turn left. 

6.3 Straight through xroads. (Turn 
right for optional Bedlands 
and Yucaipa Valley.) 

6.5 Turn left off 8th St. 

6.8 Turn right at white store build- 
ing on left. (Straight ahead 
across B. B. for San Diego 
and San Jacinto.) 

7.0 BEAUMONT. Straight ahead. 
(E. B. Station on left.) 

7.3 Turn left, go one block, cross 
B. B., then right along same. 

10.4 Turn right across B. E., then 

left along same. 
13.9 Turn left across B. B., then 
right along same. 

16.5 Pass El Casco Station on right, 

swinging left away from K. 
B. 

18.6 Straight ahead. (Turn left for 

HEMET, 23.8 miles; War- 
ners, 70.7 miles, and San Di- 
ego, 123 miles.) 

19.6 Straight ahead. (Turn right 
for Yucaipa Valley.) 

20.8 Turn right. (Straight ahead 
for optional Los Angeles, San 
Bernardino and Eiverside.) 



Miles. 

21.0 Straight across E. B. 

21.1 Cross steel bridge. 

21.9 Curve left through irregular 
xroads at top of hill. (Turn 
right for Sunset Drive.) 

22.3 Pass inverse Tight fork. 

22.4 Turn right on Crescent St. 

23.0 Turn left on California St. and 

go one block. 

23.1 Turn right on Highland Ave. 

23.5 Turn left on Cajon St., onto 

pavement, down hill. 

24.6 Curve right on Orange St., 

straight through town. 
25.0 BEDLANDS. B. E. Station. 

25.7 Turn left. 

29.2 Curve right past inverse left 

fork. (Inverse left fork op- 
tional Bedlands.) 
29.4 Turn left and cross narrow 
gauge E. B. 

30.0 Turn right, away from B. E. 
30.9 Cross steel bridge. 

31. 1 Cross E. E. 

31.6 Cross trolley and turn left. 
32.4 Go through xroads and imme- 
diately cross E. B. 

32.7 Cross E. E. 

32.9 Turn right aw r ay from trolley 
tracks onto pavement. 

33.7 Turn left onto pavement onto 
Third St. 

34.4 SAN BEENABDtNO. (Third 
and E Sts.) 



San Bernardino to Claremont 



Miles 
0.0 



0.8 



1.1 
1.3 



2.1 
4.5 



13.4 
14.4 



SAN BEBNABDINO. From 
Third and E Sts. go west on 
Third St. 

Straight ahead, pass Santa Fe 
E. E. Station on right. 

Take right fork onto viaduct. 

Turn left at roundhouse. 
(Straight ahead for Cajon 
Pass.) 

Cross long bridge. 

© Straight through xroads. 
(Turn left for Eialto, one- 
half mile, and Eiverside via 
Crestmore.) 

© Straight through xroads. 
(Turn left for Eiverside.) 

© Cross E. E. Straight ahead 



16.5 Pass large cement building of 
mission winery. 



Miles. 

17.4 © Straight through xroads. 

(CUCUMONGA just on 

right.) 
18.8 m Pass inverse right fork. 
19.2 Go under trolley tracks. 
19.8 © Cross B. B. ©. 

20.7 Straight ahead. (Turn left 

for business center of Up- 
lands.) 

20.8 Straight through xstreets, 

crossing car tracks. (Turn 
left for Ontario, and right for 
San Antonio Canyon.) 

21.8 © Keep direct road. (Turn 
right for Camp Baldy in San 
Antonio Canyon.) 

24.4 CLABEMONT. 6th and Col- 
lege Sts. (Pomona College 
on left.) 



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18 



Claremont to Pasadena 



Miles 
0.0 

0.4 
0.8 

■ 



I 
6.1 

6.3 

7.1 
10.4 
10.8 
11.9 

12.0 

13.1 
13.5 
14.6 
15.0 



15.4 
16.9 



CLAREMONT From i'>th and 

College Ave. 
Turn right on M. 
•$> Turn left on Foothill Blvd. 
Straight through xroads. (Road 

to left leads to Pomona.) 

light ahead through x- 

roads. (Road to left direct 

road to Pomona.) 
•$> Curve left through xroads, 

down short hill. 
5 Cross R. R. $. 
0- Turn right. (Left for San 

Dimas.) 
Turn left with road up short 

hill. 
^» Turn right. 

GLENDORA. Straight ahead. 
Q Cross R. R. ©. 
•§ Turn left. (Small reservoir 

on right.) 
Turn right. (Straight for Co- 

vina.) 
AZUSA. Straight ahead. 
O Cross R. R. Q. 
Turn right. 
© Turn left with road and 

cross long bridge over San 

Gabriel River. 
West end of bridge. 
fy Turn right and immediately 

cross R. R. ^5. 



•S DUARTE. Turn left. 
1S.6 ty Turn right on Shamrock St.. 
then cross trolley tracks. © 

e. 

18.8 -Qi Turn left on Orange Ave. 
Straight into Monrovia. 

19.4 MONROVIA. Turn right on 

» 1 v r 1 1 p A. v p 

19.8 •$ Turn left on White Oak 

21.6 Q Straight through xroads. 
(Turn left for Santa Anita.) 

22.9 £) Straight ahead. (Right for 

Sierra Madre.) 

23.8 1$ Straight ahead. (Right for 

Sierra Madre.) 
25.3 Straight ahead. (Turn left for 

the San Gabriel Blvd.) 
25.6 •<© Turn left on Santa Anita 

Ave. (Turn right for Mount 

Wilson, La Canada.) 

25.5 © Cross R. R. <g). 

25.9 Q> Turn right on Colorado St. 

Straight on pavement. (Turn 
left for San Gabriel Blvd.) 

26.1 <$) Cross trolley tracks at EI 
Camino Station. (Turn left 
for Alhambra and Los Ange- 
les via Huntington Drive.) 
Straight on Colorado St. ® 

28.9 PASADENA. Colorado and 
Fair Oaks Ave. 

@ — Location of Goodrich Guide Pott. 



Pasadena to Los Angeles 

(Via Huntington Drive.) 



Miles 
0.0 PASADENA. From Colorado 

and Fair Oaks Avcs. go south 

on Fair Oaks. Cross viaduct. 
1.9 SOUTH PASADENA. Straight 

on Fair Oaks Ave. (For Los 

Angeles via Highland Park, 

turn right. ) 
2.S Direct road. (For Valley 

Boulevard turn sharp left 

across trolley.) 

3.3 © Straight by Oneota Park 

Station. (For Alhambra turn 
left across trollev.) 

4.9 BAIRDSTOWN. 

5.2 © Cross R. R. viaduct. (In- 
verse left fork for Alhambra 
and San Gabriel.) 

5.4 Curve left at bottom of hill. 
6.1 0) Cross trolley tracks §>. . 



Miles 

6.4 



6.9 
7.0 



0.4 

9.6 

9.9 

10.6 

10.8 

11.2 



©• Turn right on X. Broad- 
way. (Straight for Los An- 
geles via Eastlake Park.) 

©• Take right fork. 

•$) Pass inverse right fork, and 
immediately cross R. R. via- 
duct. (Inverse right fork 
for San Fernando Valley.) 

Tass Elysian Park at end of 
viaduct. 

Straight up hill. (Turn right 
for Hollywood.) 

Go through tunnel. 

Straight south on Broadway. 

Turn right on 7th St. 

Turn left on Olive St. 

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Building corner 11th and 
Olive Sts. 



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Brawley to^Campo 

(Via £1 Centio.) 

All fine roads with the exception of 3 miles of coarse, heavy sand from 
Coyote Wells to the Mountains. 



Miles 
0.0 



0.3 
0.4 



1.2 
3.5 



10.6 



14.0 
14.2 



20.3 
21.0 
21.2 
21.3 

22.0 
22.3 
24.9 
27.0 

28.3 
30.9 



BRAWLEY. From P. O. go 
west on Main St. 

Take extreme left fork. 

Turn right, go one block, then 
turn left. 

Pass inverse right fork. 

Left fork across bridge, fol- 
low wires. 

IMPERIAL. (Imperial Ave. 
and 8th St.) Straight thru 
town. 

Cross E. R. 

Turn right at xroads. (EL 
CENTRO to the left one half 
mile.) 

Cross R. R. 

Turn left. 

Turn right. 

SEELEY. Thru town. 

Turn left with road. 

Pass inverse left fork. 

Cross wooden bridge. 

DIXIELAND. (P. O.) Straight 
thru town. 

Cross R. R. 

Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork ik the old 
Yuma Road.) 



Miles 

36.0 Pass inverse left fork. 

40.0 COYOTE WELLS. (Store, gas 

and oil.) 
40.3 Straight acrosB railroad. 

41.1 Take right fork. 

46.0 Enter canyon. (Prom here to 
near San Diego all moun- 
tainous.) 

52.0 MOUNTAIN SPRINGS. (Gas, 
oil and water.) 

56.0 Summit of grade. 

60.8 JACTJMBA. (Gas, oil and wa- 
ter.) (Prom here to Campo 
rolling grades, mostly down 
hill.) 

67.3 BOULEVARD. (Gas and oil.) 
Next three miles slightly up. 

81.3 WARREN'S RANCH. (Hotel, 

gas and oil.) 

81.4 Take left fork. 

81.8 •<§) Curve left thru 3-comers. 

(For Julian and Descanso 

curve right.) 
82.4 K§> Take left fork. 
83.3 CAMPO. (Store and hotel.) @. 



Campo to San Diego 



Miles Miles 

0.0 CAMPO. <§) From Commercial 27.8 
Co. store, go west to main 27.9 
traveled road. 
1.3 •<§> Curve left past inverse left 28.0 

fork. 
8.3 <§) Summit of grade. Straight 29.9 
with travel, 3 to 5 per cent 
grade. 32.4 

10.3 (§> POTRERO. P. O. 
10.8 Summit of Potrero grade. 33.1 
Take left fork. 33.4 

11.7 Take right fork. (Left fork 
for Tecate, 2 J miles.) 

13.3 © Straight down Potrero 36.0 

grade. 38.0 

15.4 l§> Straight down Potrero 38.4 

grade. 
17.0 Cross bridge over Cottonwood 38.9 
Creek. 

17.5 <§) Straight ahead. (Road on 41.5 

right at bottom of grade 

leads to Barrett Dam.) 42.5 

20.7 (§> Straight, passing road on 

left. Grade up to 8 per cent. 
21.4 @ Summit of grade, follow 

good winding road down. 43.0 

23.7 Pass road on left. (Road on 

left goes to Maroon's.) 43.3 

24.2 DULZURA. (Gas and oil.) 44.3 



Take right fork. 

Curve right, then cross wooden 

bridge. 
Straight past inverse right 

fork. 
Straight ahead. (Road on left 

for Otay Dam.) 
@ Straight, passing road on 

left and store at corner. 
JAMUL. (§>> Turn right. 
(§>• Turn right at xroads. 

tinue along down hill 

3 to 8 per cent. 
Pass road on right. 
Cross wooden bridge. 
*§) Turn left at xroads. 

right for Lakeside.) 
Take right fork. (Left fork 

for Sweetwater Dam.) 
Turn right, then left with 

road. 
Pass thru irregular xroads. 

(Road to left for Sweetwater 

Dam. To right for El 

Cajon.) 
■^ Turn left. (Turn right for 

Lakeside.) 
®< Curve right with road. 
Curve left at R. E. 



Con- 
from 



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LEMON GROVE, d Straight 

ahead. 
Pass road on left. 

inverse left 

fork. Btill parallel to R. K. 
ENCANTO. O. O. Straight 

ahead. 
Pass Hollwood Station on 

right. Curve left along R. 

H. 

inverse left 

fork, np and down hills. 



• 

50.6 $- Turn right, then immedi- 
ately jog left. 

51.1 £> Pass road on left, curving 
right at cemetery. Follow 
main road thru cut. 

51.6 Under R. R. bridge and on 
pavement on M St. 

53.1 Turn right on 16th St. 
Turn left on H St. 

"1.1 Turn right on 5th St. 

54.5 SAN DIEGO. 5th and Broad- 
way. 



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SAN DIEGO. 5th and BroaB 
way, gn wept, ou Broadway. 
0.4 Turn right on India St. 

2.4 •© Turn left. 

2.5 © Turn right. 
3.4 © Cross E. B. ©. 

3.6 Pass thru old town of S.'in 

Diego. 
."..7 Turn right. 
3.8 © Cross E. E. and turn left 

©. 
4.0 © Turn right. 

4.3 •© Turn left. 

4.4 Cross bridge. 

7.7 © Turn left across E. E. ©. 
8.0 Turn right. 

8.2 © Turn right across E. R. ©. 

8.8 © Take right fork across ft. 

E. ©. 

9.9 PACIFIC BEACH on left. 

10.3 ©• Turn right. 
11.2 •© Turn left. 

11.6 © Cross E. B. ©. 

11.7 © Turn right. 
13.9 •© Turn left. 

14.2 ©■ Turn right 

bridge. 

15.0 LA JOLLA. Straight 

city on Prospect 
(Large Hotel on left.) 

15.5 •© Turn left, down hill. 

20.9 © Direct road. (Turn left 
for Miramar.) 

22.1 Start down the famous Torey 

Pine grade. 
23.0 Foot of Torey Pine grade. 

23.4 Cross bridge. 

23.5 Go under R. E. trestle. 

23.6 © Pass inverse right fork. 

(Inverse right fork for San 

Diego via Eose Canyon.) 
25.5 © Turn left at Stratford Inn 

and go one block. 
£'5.6 © Turn right and cross E. 

E. at DEL MAE. 
26.9 © Direct road. 

30.3 © Cross E. E. at CARDIFF. 
31.5 © Turn right, cross E. I?, and 

left along same ©. 

32.7 © Pass town of Encinitns. 
32.9 Cross bridge. 

35.2 Turn right. 

41.3 © Turn right. 

41.5 CARLSBAD. Turn right and 
left across E. E. ©. 

42.9 © Keep direct road. (Turn 
right for Escondido.) 



Mill's 
13.6 
43.7 
44.9 



45.7 



45.9 
46.5 



50.0 
51.4 



' 

2nd and Tit- 
straight thru 



53.0 © 

54.3 

09.9 
72.5 



74.3 

76.3 

78.1 

7S.2 
80.6 
81.2 

83.7 
85.6 



91.1 © 

93.1 
97.0 

96.2 •© 
98.5 



99.0 

99.5 

99.8 

100.2 



(Flag 
B. ©. 



bridge. 
© Cross E. K. 
OCEANSIDE. 

mont Sts., 

city. 
© Swing thru cut, down hill 

and cross large cement 

bridge over San I a Mar- 
garita Eiver. 
End of bridge. 
© Turn left across E. E. and 

right along same ©. 
© Pass STUART. (Flag 

Station.) 
Direct road. (Road crossing 

E. E., going thru gate short 

cut to Fallbrook "and San 

Luis Mission.) 
Pass LAS FLORES. 

station.) 
© Turn left across R. 
© Cross R. R. 
© Cross E. E. just before 

going up grade ©. 
© Caution for sharp turn at 

top of grade. 
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO. 

(Mission on left.) 
Turn left, next right just 

after mission buildings. 
Cross bridge. 
© Top of grade. 
•© Turn left, cross E. B. and 

immediately right along 

same. 
Take left fork. (Right, fork 

for El Toro.) 
© Straight thru xroads. 

(Eoad on right for El Toro, 

left for Laguna Beach.) 
Turn right, across E. R., 

then left at Ervine Station. 

(Left-hand road before 

crossing B. E. for Laguna 

Beach.) 

it Pass inverse right fork at 

large country home. 

}* Curve right, past inverse 

left fork. (Inverse left 

fork for Newport Beach.) 

" TUSTDT. Turn left on 

Main St. 
Turn right, then left on 

Chestnut St. 
© Cross E. E. ©. 
Cross trolley ©. 
Turn right, on Main St. 
SANTA ANA. 4th and Main 

Sts. 



It doesn't pay to buy padded Tires, nor to pay padded 
prices. Compare Goodrich prices, Goodrich Mileage, Good- 
rich reputation, Goodrich Safety and Goodrich Service, then 
buy 

Goodrich Tires and Tubes 



22 



Santa Ana to Los Angeles 



Miles 
SANTA ANA. From 4th and 
Mam Sts. go north on Main 

R. R. 

L'4.1 
Turn right for 24.3 

ii 1 :i Ana 
River. 24.4 

i;. R. 

it. K. and curve left 

-s H. E. @. 
ANAHEIM. Continue thru 
on Los Angeles St. 
ct road onto bridj 25.8 

Cross bridge. 

ss E. E. $. 29.9 

FULLEBTON. Straight thru 

town. 
•£> Take left fork. (Right 
k for Pomona.) 
| volley Q. 

ght thru LA HABRA. 
:rn right. 

I rn left. 
§> Straight past road on right. 

Koad on right for Whittier.) 35.3 
Pass road on right. (Road 35.7 
right for Whittier about 

i mile.) 



Straight thru xroads. 

Cross bridge. 

Pass road on left. (Road on 
left for Bivera.) 

Straight past road on right. 

G straight past road on left. 
(Turn left for Downey and 
Long Beach.) 

Pass road on right. (For 
Valley and Foothill Boule- 
vard, turn right on San 
Gabriel Blvd.) 

© Cross R. R. §). 

bridge and straight thru 
xroads £>. (Eoad to right is 
the Pasadena c6nuection.) 

MONTEBELLO. Straight thru 
..i 

■G .Straight thru xroads, going 
straight into city on Steven- 
son Ave. (Turn left for 
Downey.) . 

• 6 Turn left on Boyle St. and 
go one block. 

(§f Turn right on 7th St. 
(Straight ahead optional to 
Downey.) 

Cross E. R. and Los Angeles 
River bridge. 

Turn left on Olive St. 

LOS ANGELES. Goodrich 
Building, corner 11th and 
Olive Sts. 



Out- 



growth to the largest rubber manu- 



facturers in the World has not been sudden 
nor astounding. It HAS been steady — al- 
ways. For it was built up with QUALITY as 
its basis and still MORE and BETTER with 
QUALITY as its goal. And this is the foun- 
dation that underlies 



Goodrich Tires 
Cyclecar Tires 
Motorcycle Tires 
Rubbers 
Roots and Shoes 



Tubes 
Raincoats 
Air brake hose 
Garden hose 
Eire hose 



Pneumatic Mattresses Sporting Sundries 
Bicycle Tires Surgical Supplies 

Tubing Dental Sundries 

etc., etc., etc, 

ALWAYS SPECIFY "GOODRICH" 
when ordering anything in rubber. 



Flagstaff to Holbrook Holbrook to Flagstaff 



Miles 
0.0 FLAGSTAFF. From Station 
on right go eaBt along R. B. 
1.1 Cross spur tracks. 
3.5 Pass road on right. (Road on 
right leads to Prehistoric 
Cliff Dwellings.) 
5.0 Turn right across R. R. at 
CLIFFS. (Turn left for the 
Grand Canvon.) 
9.5 Pass COSNTNO STATION on 
left. 
13.5 Pass WINSLOW STATION on 

left. 
23.5 Cross bridge over canyon. 
35.5 Straight thru xroads. (Right 
for Meteor Crater. Left for 
Canyon Diablo.) 
40.5 Cross R. R. and turn right at 

SUNSHINE STATION. 
53.5 Pass MOQTJI STATION on 

right, straight into 
61.1 WINSLOW. Turn right across 
R. E. at R. R. Station. 

75.3 Pass corral on right. 
82.8 Pass corral on right. 

87.8 Pass inverse left fork. (In- 
verse left fork for St. Joseph 
across the river.) 

98.4 Turn left for HOLBROOK, 

just across b ridg e, and also 
for" ALBUQUERQUE via 
GALLUP. (Straight for 
SPRINGEEVILLE.) 



Miles 
0.0 HOLBROOK. From the xroads 
on the south side of Eiver 
just across the bridge from 
town go west on main high- 
way. 

10.6 Take left fork. (Right fork 
for St. Joseph.) 

15.6 Pass corral on left. 

25.1 Pass corral on left. 

37.3 WINSLOW. Cross R. R. and 

turn left. 
44.9 Pass MOQUI STATION on 

left. 
57.9 Turn left across R. R, at SUN- 
SHINE STATION, then 

straight ahead. 
62.9 Straight thru xroads. (Turn 
. left for Meteor Crater and 

right for Canyon Diablo.) 
74.9 Cross bridge over canyon. 
84.9 Pass WINSLOW STATION on * 

right. 
88.9 Pass COSNINO STATION on 

right. 

93.4 Turn right across R. R. at 

CLIFFS. 
94.9 Pass road on right. (Road on 
right leads to prehistoric 
Cliff Dwellings.) 

97.3 Cross spur tracks. 

98.4 FLAGSTAFF. (R. R. Station.). 

Use Goodrich Tires and Tubes 




1. It gives more engine efficiency — we have records of 
15% more horsepower developed. This means greater hill- 
climbing ability. 

2. The increased efficiency permits greater load-carry- 
ing capacity. 

3. You save as high as 25% in gasoline. 

4. Gasoline Baving guarantees more mileage. 

5. Additional speed — when you want it. 

6. Quicker starting— advantageous in crowded thor- 
oughfares. 

7. Easier to guide — reducing work at the steering 
wheel. 

8. Because of equal tension gained from all-cord con- 
struction you can coast farther. 

9. Reserve strength over tires of other types 50% by 
actual test. 

10. Practical immunity to stone-bruises. This because 
cord construction makes tire more flexible. It bends, but 
does not break. 




24 



Absolute Necessities on This Trip 

ah Cord Tire--, 
read Tires. 
1 extra casing of Safety Tread or Cord Tire. Keep covered. 
Goodrich brown inner tubes for all casings. 

tra brown tubes properly wrapped or bagged to protect from 
■id prevent chali; 
* Goodrich self-vulcanizing patches and one box Goodrich 
permanent puncture plugs (for small punctures). 
■ odrich Tire Sleeve. 
1 set of tire applying levers. 

1 box powdered soapstone or mica to be used between casing and 
tube to prevent sticking. 

1 can Goodrich Plastic to repair cuts in casing. 

6 valve insides. 

6 valve caps. 

3 dust caps. 

Air Pump. 

Goodrich water bucket. 

Jack. 

Complete tool kit. 

Goodrich raincoat. 

Goodrich Hipress boots. 

1 set of chains. 

'i extra spark plugs. 

Manila rope or wire (forty feet). 

1 extra water tank for drinking purposes and radiator (5 gals.). 

1 small medical kit. 

Face cream for sunburn. 

Stained goggles (yellow or orange). 

It is difficult for the Goodrich Touring Bureau to give an exact 
line of suggestions covering all outfits and equipment to fit every 
individual case. 

The Spring or Fall is, of course, the best time of the year for 
trans-continental touring which, while not lacking certain hardships, 
is entirely feasible with proper equipment over proper routes. 

It is needless to say that with the wonderful service of the Good- 
rich Company in every large city in the United States and with 
Goodrich dealers in practically every town, it is specially recom- 
mended that the tourist equip with Goodrich tires, tubes and supplies. 

There are two very essential things to remember in trans-conti- 
nental touring. Always have a fujl supply of gasoline and oil and 
a full supply of fresh water. Water cannot be obtained at all inter- 
mediate places and besides a radiator leak might prove a great in- 
convenience at some locations. 

Extra oil should be carried in one-gallon cans. A can of water 
of not less than five gallons should be carried at all times. 

Remember in trans-continental touring you reach high altitudes 
requiring warmer clothes as well as exceedingly warm climate in 
other sections. Do not carry excessive clothing. Wear old clothes. 
Always carry some food in your car. 

25 



How to Make Simple Repairs 

INNER TUBE INJURIES 
Note: — When minor cuts and punctures occur you can usually repair tfaem right at 
the roadside with the Goodrich Permanent Puncture Plug or the Self-Vulcanizing Patch. 
However, always have a spare Tube or so on hand so that in case of a more extensive 
injury you can replace the Tube with a new one, and later make a good repair yourself 
at home, or have it done by an expert, 

FOR SMALL PUNCTURES. NAIL HOLES, ETC. 
Use Goodrich Permanent Puncture Plug. 

No cement needed; no preparation of Tube necessary; just push Plug into the hole; 
it seals tightly and permanently; quickest, handiest and most effective little device ever 
invented for minor Tube injuries. 

CUTS AND PUNCTURES TOO LARGE TO BE SEALED BY GOODRICH 
PUNCTURE PLUG 
Use Goodrich Self-Vulcanizing Patch (S. V. P.) 

Does away with need of vulcanizing for small cuts in Tube. First, thoroughly clean 
space around puncture, with at least \h inch radius; scrub hard, as all soapstonc, etc., 
must be removed to effect permanent repair; roughen Tube with piece of emery cloth 
which comes with outfit; again clean Tube with clean gasoline-soaked cloth; remove pro- 
tecting muslin from patch, moisten surface of latter with gasoline. Apply patch squarely 
to puncture, and roll down firmly all around. Insert Tube in Casing and use immediately. 
Heat generated in use will vulcanize patch to Tube. 

FOR STILL LARGER PUNCTURES. CUTS, ETC. 
Use Goodrich Clinch Patching Outfit. 

The S. V. P. takes care of ordinary cuts and nail holes but for a more extensive 
repair, or for ragged, three-cornered holes use Clinch Patching Outfit. Consists of can 
of cement, bottle of acid and two brushes. Prepare Tube as for S, V. Patch; 
take piece of vulcanized rubber patch from your tire repair kit; carefully clean with 
gasoline and apply coat of cement with flat brush to both Tube and one side of patch. 
Let dry well, at least fifteen minutes. Do not blow to dry or subject to draft. Dip 
round brush into acid and make one even stroke across both Tube and patch; don't let 
acid drip; success rests upon speed with which you place wet patch upon Tube. Even 
pressure should be applied for five or ten minutes. Put Tube into Casing and start it 
you wish. fc 

Use Goodrich Cold Patch. 

For any ordinary puncture, if desired; same process as Clinch Outfit except no acid 
used. 

TO REPAIR A CASING, ORDINARY CUTS, GASHES, ETC. 

Use Goodrich Plastic. 

Remove dirt from cut with stiff brush; wash in and around with gasoline or benzine ■ 
— do not flood parts, however. For a cut, pull open edges gently, roll pinch of Plastic 
into flattened cylinder and press into cut deeply as possible. Bring edges, together closely 
and clean off Plastic flush with Casing. 

If wide, open hole, after good cleansing, push Plastic into every corner of cavity, 
molding down firmly. Clean off flush with surface. When cut extends down to fabric, 
it is better to apply thin coat of Goodrich Cement, let dry, cement again, and apply 
Plastic. In this case, Plastic alone might do, but Cement makes repair more durable. 

TO REPAIR JABBED OR BLOWN-OUT CASING TEMPORARILY 
Use Goodrich Clincher or Straight Bead Tire Sleeve. 

Thoroughly clean inside of Casing around injury with gasoline-soaked cloth, re- 
moving all tire paint, etc. Moisten gummy side of Patch with gasoline and apply to 
blow-out inside the Casing. Tut in new Inner Tube and apply Tire to rim. slightly in- 
flate in order to scat lube in place. Then with tire lever or large screw driver force 
metal hooks (one at a time) under INSIDE clinch of rim. For a Clincher Tire on A 
O. D. rim put outer ring in place, then outside hooks, pushing down and in on therruB 
Adjust locking device and see that hooks are well set under each clinch. On Straight ' 
liead, before pushing inside bead tight against rim, put sleeve in place inserting hooks i 
on inside under the bead, then push Tire back against rim. Press outside hooks down J 
under bead and replace rim flange and locking-rim and inflate Tire. Soon after as con-A 
venient have Casing vulcanized by competent repair man. 

26 






Proper Care of Tires and Common 
Causes of Tire Injuries 

KEEP TIRES WELL INFLATED 

ilcnj and the most expensive piece of carclessi 

Oflgly emphasize the evil. Hide on air. not on 

ntainer. It is just like trying to break a piece 

by bending it with the fin moves up and 

Icr the action of the spring; the weight of the car causes rubber and fabric to 

led like dough, while the heavy casing is rolled this way and that around a bend 

of narrow radius. Gradually the fabric layers break apart and the tread is pulled away 

from the body; it takes on a wavy appearance and cannot possibly be repaired; bad 

blow-outs are sure to conic: in short, riding on underinflatcd Tires is simply inviting 

ptd destruction. You can't tell whether Tires arc properly inflated by kicking 

them, or watching flattening at point of contact; you'll miss it a mile. Carry and use 

a good pressure gauge. The proper weight and inflation schedule for Goodrich Tires 

follows: 



Sin 


Inflation 


Rear Weight 


Front Weight 


28*3 




350 His. 


425 lbs. 




" 




450 " 






375 " 


450 " 


34x3 


55 " 


-100 " 


475 " 


28x31 














525 " 




•60 " 




550 " 


.31x31 




475 " 


575 " 




60 " 


500 " 


000 " 


33x31 


60 " 


525 " 


625 " 




60 " 


551) " 


(,50 " 






575 " 


675 " 


36x31 


60 " 


600 " 


700 " 


30x4 


70 " 


600 " 


750 " 


31x4 




625 " 


775 " 


32x4 


711 " 


6S0 " 


800 " 


33x4 


70 " 


675 " 


850 " 


34x4 


70 " 




S75 " 


35x4 


70 " 


725 " 


S75 " 


36x4 




750 " 


900 " 


37x4 


70 " 


775 " 


925 " 


38x4 




800 " 


950 " 


40x4 




850 " 


1000 " 


42x4 




900 " 


1050 " 


32x41 


80 " 


800 " 


950 " 


33x4! 


SO " 


850 " 


1025 " 


34x41 




900 " 


1125 " 


35x4 ; 




950 " 


1175 " 


36x41 




1000 


135 " 


37x41 




105H " 


ISO " 






11110 " 


1300 " 






1150 " 


1375 " 


• 




1200 " 


1450 " 


43x45 


80 " 


1250 " 


1525 " 


34x5 


90 " 


1000 " 


1200 " 


35x5 


90 " 


1050 " 


1250 " 


36xS 




1100 " 


13110 " 


37x5 




1150 " 


1350 " 


39x5 




1250 " 


1450 " 


41x5 


" 


:j5o " 


1550 " 


43x5 


90 " 


1450 " 


1650 " 


36x51 


100 " 


130U 


1575 " 


37x51 


100 " 


■ ,u ■• 


175 " 


38x51 




14IHI " 


1600 " 


40x51 


LOO ■' 


1500 ■' 


1650 '■ 


42x51 




1600 " 


1700 ■■ 


37x6 


no " 


1550 " 


nil " 


39x6 


mi - 


1600 " 


1750 ■■ 


1 


mi - 


16511 '• 






STONE BRUISES 

nike hir^e stones or other such objects as ih. 
bruise; the force oi the blow is felt most, not on the tread, but on tin- inner plies oi 
fabric, and they are liable to break tight through, although the injur 3 mil be 

from the outside. 

■. -r. i connection 

raetico 



DON'T DRIVE IN RUTS OR CAR TRACKS 

This certainly plays havoc with a Tire. A Casing is just like a shoe, with sole and 
uppers — Tread and Side Walls. In rut driving you strike the Tire on its "uppers," not 
so well protected, and soon injure it. Wear it as intended,— on its "sole" or Tread. 

INNER LINERS 

These should be used only in emergencies or to prolong the life of a worn-out Tire. 
Never however, apply them as a permanent repair as they are utterly destructive to a 
new tire. 

USE OF CHAINS 

Where used, adjust carefully. If too loose they will cut and loosen the Tread — if too 
tight, they cut and bruise where lapped over Casing. The safest way is to avoid chains 
altogether and use the Goodrich Safety Tread Tire. The cross bars on the tread, just like 
five "fingers," first clean away the slimy surface and then grip the road hard, and that 
dangerous skid cannot even start. This is the most effective non-skid type on the 
market, 

FAULTY WHEEL ALIGNMENT 

This does much injury to Tires. It subjects them to a grinding they cannot with- 
stand. A slightly bent axle will do the damage. 

KEEP YOUR TIRES CLEAN 
Cleanse daily if possible. Scrape off mud and soil and wash with water and a little 
soap of good quality, applied with a not too wet sponge. Watch closely for cuts, blisters, 
etc. Have them repaired at once. (See "How to Make Simple Repairs.") 

CHANGE TIRES 

Don't wait until a change is necessary, but put extra Casings into service at 
intervals. You can often save a Tire by shifting it from a back wheel to a front where 
the wear is not so hard. 

EXTRA CASINGS 
Keep them in covers and away from moisture. Use at intervals. 

DON'T USE TIRE "FILLERS" 
Their use is so destructive that tire manufacturers refuse to guarantee their products 
when "fillers" arc employed, 

KEEP TIRES AWAY FROM OIL 

This is rubber's natural enemy and will quickly destroy it. Mineral oils, such as 
used on roads to lessen dust, are not so bad, but animal oils and fats are deadly. Keep 
Tires away from their noxious influence. 

INFLATION DURING SUMMER MONTHS ' 
Many motorists have been in the habit of running their Tires soft in this season, using 
as their excuse the belief that, on account of the heat's increasing the pressure of air in 
the Tires, they have been running soft to avoid possibility of blow-out. They are wrong. 
Enough heat would never be generated to cause danger from this source, and owing to 
extreme likelihood of underinflation our schedule of proper pressure should always be fol- 
lowed, regardless of season. The pressure in reality increases very slowly and does not 
get dangerous until an extreme and seldom attained temperature is reached. 

USE OF SOAPSTONE 
Keep inside of Casing always well dusted with soapstone or talc. This is a rubber 
lubricant and its application is necessary to keep tube from sticking to casing. F,c. 
careful, however, not to use too much, or it might work up into hard lumps and chafe 
both Casing and Tube. Cases have also come to our notice where a superfluity of soap- 
stone on a fast run has worked into hard lumps and these, affected by the heat, have 
caused a sort of chemical action on the rubber, destroying it. Conservative use of soap- 
stone, nevertheless, is not only beneficial but really necessary. Just don't flood the 
Casing with it. 

EXAMINE INSIDE OF CASING 
Do this often and if any breaks are discovered have them repaired at once. This 
may prevent a blow-out. 

AVOID TOO FREQUENT USE OF BRAKES 
This certainly plays havoc with the Tires, Use the throttle more and the brakes less.J 
It not only saves scraping off the Tread by Tires locked and sliding over the road, but! 
cuts down strain on your machine. 

28 






DONT OVERLOAD YOUR TIRES 

The normal Tires of a car ire calculated to carry an ordinary load, with a (air 
margin of safety over and above this point. 

To start on a tour, for instance, with a four-seated car, carrying an extra passenger, 
a fair load of "spares" and appropriate baggage, is hardly a fair proposition. 

It must not be forgotten, that while the air pressure on the Tires of an unloaded car 
may be normal, this pressure is immensely increased by the addition of a further 1,000 
pounds of passengers and baggage. 

Suppose a cord, strong enough to carry a weight of 1,500 pounds. Nobody would 
be surprised if it broke under a 2,500-pound load. Yet that is a fair comparison to the 
behavior of a Tire under similar circumstances. 

Goodrich Interchangeable Tires enable the motorist to fit his car with an extra size 
Tire without change of rim. 

A glance at the following list will show that in each case it is possible to select a 
size larger than the normal Tire for that size of rim. 

This means a greatly increased carrying capacity. Four tires 36 inches by 44 inches 
will carry a load of 3,300 pounds, while if the size be increased to 37 inches by 5 inches 
a load of 4,900 pounds is perfectly safe. 

Motorists contemplating an extended tour, should take advantage of the Goodrich 
Interchangeable System and thus insure themselves from the possibility of overloading 
troubles. 

It also goes without saying that the extra air space tends to increase comfort by ab- 
sorbing road shock and hence ensuring smoother running. 

GOODRICH INTERCHANGEABLE TIRES 

STYLE MADE IN 
Regular Clincher and Q. D. 
Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 
Regular Clincher and Q. D. 
Regular Clincher and Q. D. 
Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 
Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 
Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 
Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 
Regular Clincher, Q. D. 
Regular Clincher, Q. D. 
Regular Clincher only 
Q. D. only 

Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 
Regular Clincher, Q. D. and Straight Bead 
Q. D. only 
Q. D. only 

Regular Clincher and Q. D. 
Q. D., Straight Bead and Regular Clincher 
Q. D. only 
Q. D. only 
Q. D, only 

SKIDDING, SLIPPING OR SLIDING 
The tendency of his car to skid, slip or slide when rounding corners in wet weather 
every motorist knows and fears. It is certainly dangerous. It acts often like this: In 
making turns in wet weather when roads are muddy and slippery the back wheels run 
wild. Your front wheels turn all right and answer readily to the steering gear, but the 
treads on the back have nothing to grip; they slide over the ooze and mud with the 
natural tendency of a body to pursue its original course in a straight line; then comes 
that fearful slide. If you don't go smashing into a curb or land in a ditch you're lucky. 
But Goodrich has given you a remedy — a real Skid preventive, — The Goodrich Safety 
Tread Tire. We have equipped it with five crossbars and another bar running trans- 
versely through them ; these act just like five fingers : the first row cleans away the mud 
and the second digs down on the hard surface and grips. There is no skidding, slipping 
or sliding. No chains are necessary, which is a great saving as they injure the treads 
and cut down the life of the Tire. The Goodrich Safety Tread also makes the brake more 
effective, for while the latter might serve to stop the revolving of the wheel the stoppage 
needs the assistance of a positive non-skid to bring car to standstill; also you get longer 
life from the tread, for when the cross-bars have worn down you still have left a good 
thickness of plain tread. The bars, however, arc extremely tough and wear off only after 
very long usage. 

29 



Size 


Size Rims 


Tire 


They Fit 


29x31 


28x3 


31x31 


30x3 


33x31 


32x3 


35x31 


34x3 


31x4 


30x31 


33x4 


32x31 


35x4 


34x31 


33x41 


32x4 


35x41 


34x4 


37x41 


36x4 


41x41 


40x4 


43x41 


42x4 


35x5 


34x41 


37x5 


36x41 


39x5 


38x41 


41x5 


40x41 


43x5 


42x41 


37x51 


36x5 


37x6 


36x51 


39x6 


38x51 


41x6 


40x51 



and Straight Bead 
and Straight Bead 



INSERTING INNER TUBE 

Before putting into Casing, sprinkle soapstone or talc inside Casing and work evenly 
around. Don't use too much as it might gather into lumps. Partially inflate Tube, rub 
surface with soapstone, and put into Casing. See that it is not pinched or folded. Re- 
member, the Goodrich Brown Tube is especially constructed for long touring. 

BE SURE YOUR TUBE IS PROPER SIZE FOR CASING 

If too small, it will burst; if too large, it will wrinkle and chafe the Casing, 

ALLOW NO DIRT ON INNER TUBE 
The smallest particle will injure the Tube. Examine both Tube surface and inside 
of Casing before applying. This is especially desirable in case of changes on the road. 

BUY GOOD TUBES 
A poor Tube in a good Casing, or vice versa, are Satan's own combinations. Either 
of the Goodrich Tubes, the regular Gray or the new Brown Tube, can be depended upon 
to give the very best possible service. 



Goodrich 
Touring Bureau 



TOURING 

SERVICE 



The Goodrich Touring Bureau was established for the express purpose 
of giving free aid and information to motorists on contemplated tours. It 
is the most successful organization of the kind ever inaugurated — no other, 
whether public or private service, can approach it in efficiency and scope. 
"We help the motorist plan his trip froni start to finish; supply him with 
accurate information as to distances, crossings, bridges, repair shops, etc., 
and in fact, make it as easy for him as if he had already covered the route. 

And when he is on his trip, ho receives still further aid from Goodrich, 
for we now have three truck crews of trained men working in different 
sections of the country — under the direction of our Touring Bureau — erect- 
ing simple, attention-attracting, effective, and durable road markers, made 
of porcelain enamel in three colors, with arms poiuting to destinations in 
as many directions as are required. Each arm shows the town name and 
mileago thereto. Considering the breadth of these United States, you can 
realize that our task is stupendous, but we have already marked 60,000 
miles of highway and expect to do many more. 

Tourists have not been slow to take advantage of our offer. During the 
summer months we have handled as high as 400 requests for itineraries per 
day. "While road logs of different tours along highways connecting large 
[•enters of population in both tin- United States and Canada arc available 
at any time, we have published a great many of the more popular routes 
in neatly bound booklets giving accurate mad maps, etc. Procure list of 
iioute Books from nearest Goodrich Service Station. 



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GOOD FUCH&hr«rtowA.C01DS 

f Th* Mod«ns Wifyt^er t 

It has to be a "Silvertown" to be a Cord Tire. 

Built with reinforced Cords— not strings. 





THE GOODRICH CORD TIRE 



1. It gives more engine efficiency — we 
have records of 15% more horsepower de- 
veloped. This menus greater hill-climbing 
ability. 

2. The increased efficiency permits 
greater load-carrying capacity. 

3. You save as high as 25% in gaso- 
line. 

4. Gasoline saving guarantees more 
mileage. 

5. Additional speed — when you want it. 

6. Quicker starting — advantageous in 
crowded thoroughfares. 

7. Easier to guide — reducing work at 
the steering wheel. 

8. Because of equal tension gained 
from all-cord construction you can coast 
farther. 

9. Reserve strength over tires of other 
types 50% by actual test. 

10. Practical Immunity to stone-bruises. 
This because cord construction makes tire 
more flexible. It bends bnt does not 
break. 



The B. F. Goodrich Company controls 
all patents to this construction. 

Tkc Mileage tells tke Story 

GOODR|pH TlRES-Best irv tke Loixg Rnhv 

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The B. F. Goodrich Company 
Akron, Ohio 



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ATLANTA 



_ 1780 Broadway 

1925 Michigan Ave. 

851 Boylston St. 

519 N. Broad St 

.- 731 Main St. 

..Woodward and Hancock Aves, 
...Garrison Ave. and Locust St. 

1011 E. 15th St. 

— 414 Craig St 

..Capitol Ave. and Michigan St 

.'...913 Hennepin Ave. 

2017 Euclid Ave. 

_ 807 Race St 

. „ 401 Mission St 

Eleventh and Olive Sts. 

410 Occidental Ave. 

Broadway and Bumstde Sts. 

246 Peachtree St 



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35-37 Central Ave. 

- 108 W. Mt. Royal Ave. 

424 S. Twentieth St 

1180 Bedford Ave. 

229 N. Tryon St. 

188 E. Gay St 

2209 Commerce St. 

19 E. Second St 

1422 Court Place 

._ 208-10 Eleventh St. 

54 N. Division St 

1114 Prairie Ave. 

_ - 802 Main St 

Third and Breckenridge Sts. 

_ 286 Monroe Ave. 

132 Oneida St 

910 Broadway 

_ 22 New St. 

.- -_ 1083 Chapel St. 

746 St Charles St 

223 Water St 

Cor. Twelfth and Harrison Sts. 

.„ — 713 N. Broadway 

2034 Farnam St 

28 Preble St 

_ 60 Broadway 

707 W. Broad St 

86 North St 

128 S. State St. 

211 C Ave. 

_ .229 B St 

..Golden Gate and Van Ness Aves. 

_ _...811 E. Pike St 

517 Linden St 

- 506 Jackson St 

1015 ■ Riverside Ave. 

..._ _ 325 Dwight St. 

_ 126 West Sixth St 

_ 115 W. Taylor St 

818 Madison Ave. 

1502 Fourteenth St., N. W. 

„ 216 S. Lawrence St 

_ 88 Franklin St. 



Represented in Canada by 
THE B. F. GOODRICH COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED 

...482 Yonge St 



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VANCOUVER, B. C. 



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