CHL 3 1006 BEAL'S CUT STAGECOACH PASS - Beale's Cut is the only physical and cultural feature of its kind in the entire Los Angeles Basin. At the time of its construction in 1862, the actual creation and maintenance of the Cut was considered a significant technological and physical feat consisting of breaching the former impassable geographic barrier of the San Gabriel and Santa Susana Mountain ranges. General Edward F. Beale is attributed with the construction of a toll road across the mountains. Beale's Cut was also used as a favorite film-making location by pioneer film maker, David Wark Griffith, and others.
Sierra Hwy and Clampitt Rd. (or Remsen)
"Today's view is hampered by the grading for the Newhall Refinery and more plant life."