Photograph of Mount Lowe Railway souvenir, showing Circular Bridge, Ye Alpine Tavern, and Incline Railway, October 1909. The image shows a large decorative paper labeled "A Mt. Lowe ...Souvenir". Below the title, a large block of text is visible. To the left of the title, a large rectangular image showing the Incline Railway can be seen. At the top of the paper, two circular images with title scrolls directly beneath them are visible. The circular image at left reads "Circular Bridge", showing a small circular section of track winding around a mountain slope. The circular image at right reads "Ye Alpine Tavern", showing a large two-story structure surrounded by trees in the foreground.; Caption in the image reads: "A trip up Mt. Lowe, as made via the Pacific Electric Railway, is conceded by all travelers of discriminating taste to be one of the most charming in the world. The road is remarkable as an engineering achievement. Its bridges, its grades, its curves all signalize triumphs. It is not merely a matter of great height. It is not a question of bulk that appeals to the slow mind, but it is because its pictures contain all the gracious loveliness of valley vistas, all the languorous charm of sapphire seas, all the majesty of mountain masses, that fade into the mysterious vapors on the far limit of vision. And how sight carries here! Why from these pinnacles of granite about which the car sweeps, we look for two hundred miles, seeing dim blue ranges in far Mexico, seeing islands sleeping in the summer seas of the Santa Barbara channel, seeing the twin peaks of Catalina and the yet more distant sentinel, San Clemente, and in the same scope seeing all the intervening plains dotted with orange and lemon groves, cities and villages, riverbeds that lie like yellow ribbons on the far field of green, range upon range of mountain and foot-hills, with valleys between, and at our feet great canyons yawing, at our hand, buttresses of primeval rock, and whispering oaks, and silent, sentinel, century-old pines, grim, moss-be-decked, storm beaten!