A holiday snowman greets you from a wagon at the Depot during the Railroad Express celebration of December 2022.
Once upon a time, soft drink bottles were manufactured with the location of the bottling plant molded into their bottoms.
Even in the early days of automobiles, the train was a preferred method of travel, as the roads in and out of the Owens Valley were rough and arduous.
Laws was where tank cars were refilled to provide the steam engines with oil and water, from the large stationary overhead tanks.
A commemoration of the old Bodie and Benton Railroad adorns the outside wall of the Laws Train Barn.
This well and derrick were used to deliver water to the overhead tank which refilled the steam engines.
A photo of the interior structure of the covered water well derrick at Laws.
A wedding reception setup at Laws Historical Site
Your visit to Laws begins here at the Reception Center and Office Building, where admission fee donations are collected,and guests are welcomed to the grounds by knowledgeable hosts.