San Fernando, Sargus area.
Must be a chilly day. Nice pic Herb!
looks like Hemingray 9 or 16 insulators on the poles.......
I believe this is the same '13 pictured in the other post taken in Saugus. The lady passenger appears to be the same person. '14s didn't have that much of a tea cup pan either.
The strange shape of the rear of the top could even make it the same car as in the lumber pile at Newhall photo. Perhaps Herb found these photos together.
"The strange shape of the rear of the top..."
I was thinking you were going to comment on the woman's hat.
Good point Jerry. I've redone a few tops but no women's hats yet. This top seems to have more slope at the rear than most. Either the rear bow is low or the next one is high. Or maybe it's just me.
Do you think those might be the RR tracks along San Fernando Road.
Great pic. Tim
Dale, Nah, they're too big to be 9s.
The pins appear to be white oak, and not locust.
As that rail CF&I ?
that top looks just fine, water will run frt to back just like it should. charley
The '13-14 rear bows have an added piece which is either nailed or glued on.
I was wondering the same thing, but note the first few photos of this series has 1913 plates. The lumber one has a '14 plate.
That that rear bow shim is used on tourings through at least the 1917 model year.