Countless artifacts chronicling the San Fernando Valley through the decades can all be now viewed under a single roof.
The San Fernando Valley Relics Museum opened over the weekend at 21630 Marilla St. in Chatsworth.
Longtime collector Tommy Gelinas has stocked the 4,600-square-foot spot witha pair of cars customized by Nudie Cohn, a late costume designer of many classic cowboy outfits for actors ranging from John Wayne to Elvis Presley.
A number of signs from businesses like Henry's Tacos, the White Horse Inn and the Lankershim Theatre, among countless old BMX bikes, which originated in the Valley, photos dating back to the late 1800s, postcards and yearbooks are also on display.
The museum will be open on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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