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Located on the shore of Huntington Lake, the museum is comprised of three buildings containing interpretive exhibits on local Native American life, information about the hydroelectric project and dam building and the creation of the Edison Lakes. Displays depicting the train engines of the San Joaquin and Eastern Railroad that brought building materials up the mountainsides for the project as well as exhibits of the camping, kitchen, laundry and bath houses used by the workers. There is also a Kids Only area and a gift shop. Exhibits and displays change yearly, so there is always something new to see. The museum is free and open from July 4 until Labor Day.
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