Saturday, April 16, 2016
L.A. the INDUSTRIAL CITY is vast and beautiful.
To drive from downtown to Port of Los Angeles on Alameda Corridor is a railroad state of mind and these are some of its stations.
An elusive lifeline of the city, the corridor never sheds its industrial overalls. Its working classiness is also its defense to any invasion. I hope you get to know it before developing lofty plans for its grandness and romance pedal its miles-long trails. I hope you learn some urban camping and ride your ride along its infrastructure. Its river keeps cascading down, mixing whatever the water drags to lowball salty dog they might serve at the Chowder Barge.