If you haven't had the opportunity to visit the movie sets around Lancaster, CA you're missing some beautiful landscapes and architecture. Travelers on 150th Street East, in the open desert east of Lancaster, might imagine they are approaching such a place, despite the unlikely location (Route 66 never came near here - 150th Street is part of a grid carved out of the desert as part of development plans for subdividing the Antelope Valley). In fact, what they are approaching is one of several motel/gas station/diner film sets in the area, a place called "Club Ed" which was built from scratch for a Dennis Hopper film (Eye of the Storm) in 1990. Instead of striking the set after filming was completed, the set was bought and has been used as a desert location and production services center ever since. Because of Club Ed, 150th Street is said to be the most-filmed desert road, and appears in numerous television commercials.