Clarence Gerblick at Beale’s Cut (also known as Fremont Pass or Newhall Pass)

Before the 14 Freeway that we know today, Beale’s Cut (also known as Fremont Pass or Newhall Pass) was one of the primary ways to enter the Antelope Valley through the Newhall area. The cut dates to the 1860s, serving as one of the oldest pathways into the Antelope Valley.

Clarence Gerblick is pictured here, passing through the famous narrow trail c. 1910.


Photo courtesy of MOAH Collections

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