LAWS NARROW GAUGE RAILROAD STATION AND YARD


In 1883, the Carson & Colorado Railroad was built between Mound House (near Carson City, Nevada) through Laws to Keeler, California, a distance of 300 miles. Laws Station was named in honor of Mr. R. J. Laws, Assistant Superintendent of the railroad. Between 1883 and about 1915, this railroad provided the only dependable means of transportation in and out of Owens Valley. Train service was stopped on April 30, 1960.

Designation:
• National Historic Site (81000149)
• State Historical Site (953)
Visited: 09/05/2016
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Websitewww.lawsmuseum.org