Photograph of Chutes Park (later Horsley Park), an amusement park in Los Angeles, ca.1906. A man and two women stand in the foreground near a fountain situated near the edge of a pool. On the other end of the pool is a tall slide about 30 feet tall with water trickling down. Next to the slide is a mechanical lift, which is used to carry thrill-seekers to the top of the slide. On the outer edges of the pool are benches where people can be seen seated or walking by. At left are the circular and winding tracks of a roller coaster. The sign at the ticket booth reads: "Tickets 10¢, children 5¢". There are several signs on the roller coaster tracks that read: "danger, don't stand up".