Exhibits and Features

A few highlights of what we have on display.Exhibits and Features
---need front photo--- INSIDE Old wagons, rare tractor, and wagon repair shop. BUILDING’S ORIGIN The original barn was a lean-to type structure that was added onto and enclosed by…

---need front photo--- INSIDE Early types of tools, forges, bellows, and work shop BUILDING’S ORIGIN Built by former Inyo County Supervisor Lefty Erwin and volunteers from blocks…

---need front photo--- INSIDE Period tools BUILDING’S ORIGIN Building was moved from the old Shaw Chicken Ranch on the corner of North Brockman Ln and Highway 395, two and half miles…

---need front photo--- EXHIBIT Vintage gas pumps and model A Ford, Auto repair garage with model T Ford. ORIGIN Built by volunteers HISTORY ---text--- Return to Tour…

---need front photo--- INSIDE Period pieces BUILDING’S ORIGIN Built by volunteers HISTORY ---text--- Return to Tour     ---photos--- Return to Tour    

---need front photo--- INSIDE ---text--- BUILDING’S ORIGIN This building was already here at the beginning of the Laws Railroad Museum in 1966. HISTORY ---text--- Return to…

---need front photo--- INSIDE Period pieces BUILDING’S ORIGIN The Saloon Building was used as a tool shed behind an old house on Bishop's West Line St., and donated by Mickey Jarvis…

INSIDE Period pieces BUILDING’S ORIGIN This was located behind a two story early 20th century house on Bishop's Main St just north of Schat's Bakery.  Where it came from originally…

---need front photo--- INSIDE A collection of early 20th century engines BUILDING’S ORIGIN It was moved from the Dixon Lane area, and was used as a machine shop for Caltrans at one…

---need photo--- AREA Tractors and other farming equipment collection ORIGIN Numerous ranches and historic farms from the Owens Valley HISTORY ---text--- Return to Tour…