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Heritage Junction

All photographs taken by Kenneth A. Larson. All rights reserved. © 2003 - 2006.

Heritage Junction is run by the Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society. Although it occupise a corner of Willian S. Hart Park, it is an independant opperation. This collection of about a dozen buildings represents a cross-section of the early history of Newhall and the Santa Clarita Valley.

Entering the Junction.

Pardee House

Pardee House
Photo Date: 1-23-05

The first building you encounter when you enter the site is the Pardee House.

Newhall Ranch House

Second house on the left is the Newhall Ranch House.
Newhall Ranch House
Photo Date: 1-23-05.

Newhall Ranch House.

School House

Photo Date: 1-23-05.

School House.

California Poppies.


Depot. Photo Date: 1-23-05.


Photo Date: 1-23-05.

Photo Date: 1-23-05.

Kingsbury Residence & Edison House

Kingsbury Residence (left) & Edison House (right)
Kingsbury Residence
Edison House .

Edison House.

Little Red School House

Little Red School House was built 1898.

Photo Date: 1-23-05.

Romona Chapel

The Romona Chapel was built in 1926 by Robert E. Callahan.

Photo Date: 1-23-05.

Romona Chapel

Spring Pole Oil Drilling Rig

Photo Date: 1-23-05.

Spring Pole Oil Pump.

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