We visited on a Sunday afternoon and the caretakers showed us some of the exhibits. The entrance fee is $5 and is well worth it. Located inside the main office building are radios and other electrical equipment dating back to the early part of the 20th century. There was also an auto in mint condition which dated back to the 1930s as well as large reproductions of farming and logging scenes. There were trucks in two other buildings dating from the present to the 1920s. Old steam tractors were located in another building as well as outside. In yet another building, there were numerous streetcars and trolley cars from Portugal, the UK, Hong Kong, and other places. There's even a reproduction of a gas station dating back decades. This is quite a fascinating museum and takes awhile to visit.
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