Laws Railroad Museum
For about almost 80 years there was a narrow gauge railroad running near Bishop, California. After it was shut down in 1960, the buildings, property, and one engine and some rolling stock was donated to Inyo County and the city of Bishop. This has been developed into a museum, with many other buildings added. (Some moved from elsewhere, some built with recycled material, and some movie sets.) There are many displays that are not related to the railroad including mining, farm equipment and local history. The museum is open every day, with a $5 suggested donation. On summer holiday weekends there are train rides on the self-propelled death-valley railroad car. The Laws station building is on the historic register.