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Jenny Louie (left), Joe Louie and Kimber Louie (right) visiting Claude Bell's Dinosaurs, the large sculptured roadside attractions located at 50800 Seminole Drive in Cabazon, California. The dinosaurs were built by Claude Bell, who ran the Wheel Inn on Interstate 10. Claude took eleven years to build Dinny (rear left), a giant apatosaurus and arguably the largest dinosaur in America. There is a small museum in Dinny's belly which serves as a souvenir shop.
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00012148 Shades of L.A. Collection; Shades of L.A.: Chinese American Community S-012-760 120 CARL0000073281 http://188.8.131.52/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/79590
Cabazon Dinosaurs (Cabazon, Calif.) Families--California--Cabazon Dinosaurs in art--California--Cabazon Mountains--California, Southern Cabazon (Calif.) Shades of L.A. Collection photographs Group portraits Portrait photographs Shades of L.A. Chinese American photographs Bell, Claude