Where in the Valley: Get a Charge Out of This

When this spot was first decommissioned, it was donated to the local government for parkland.


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Photo by Mark Rosengarten

This site has been preserved for more than a century. When it was first decommissioned, a conservation-conscious officer bought it and donated it to the local government for parkland. Its rustic buildings remain, though some in ruins. Where in the Valley is this formerly fuse-worthy place? The first reader to submit the correct answer online will be named in our next issue.


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