Several weeks ago Young Son and I took a Saturday drive to Sylmar to see the Nethercutt auto museum. The museum is free and open to the public and the (mostly) autos are surprisingly accessible to the museum viewers. Carving your initials in the paint is prohibited but flash photography and craning your neck to get as close a look as possible is encouraged.
A little over a year ago the Grouch family got to attend a Wurlitzer organ recital at the other collection accross the street from the auto collection. There is an auto collection in that building also. You can read about our visit that evening here:
My mind and eyes boggled at the sight of so many beautiful and rare automobiles. Rather than trying to describe each picture, I will present them here with few comments.
|Young Son next to a Hudson Hornet (I just love that name!)|
|Out back of the museum building is the 'Royal Hudson' a steam locomotive all the way from Canada to Sylmar via New York|