Zach

Zach

Posted on 01/25/2014


Photo taken on November 23, 2011


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Division Creek Powerhouse (hydroelectric generation station)

Division Creek Powerhouse (hydroelectric generation station)
Originally established 10 miles north of Independence, California (January 10, 1906) it was moved to this location, between Lone Pine and Independence, (on May 9, 1908) where it is 200 feet above the lower intake of the power canal of the Los Angeles Aqueduct.

elevation 4,403 feet (1,342 m) 36.9385451, -118.2828763

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Clint
Clint
The composition with the electric pole in the background made me think at first that this was a church. I suppose in some respects, it is.
4 years ago.
Zach
Zach
It has a swell baptismal pool.
4 years ago.
Zach
Zach
Actually it doesn't (anymore). A recent check of Google Maps shows that the reservoir in front of the station has been filled in. That suggests that this station may be out of commission.
4 years ago.