A museum for many ages, this one concentrates on automobiles and railroads, although other transportation (motorcycles, planes, tractors, others) are represented too. One of eight surviving instances of the world's largest steam locomotive is nicely displayed, along with passenger cars of the golden era of railroading. I'm pretty sure that the large number of "woody" station wagons was a special exhibit, but there were literally dozens of other autos from the 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. More sobering for a baby boomer, there are also cars from well into my adulthood! Less numerous but still plentiful were autos from the dawn of the automobile era, including Model Ts and Model As. Mrs. Forney (the wife of the founder) also collected vintage clothing, and the models (mannequins) amongst the exhibits are dressed in clothes of the era, a very nice touch. I found the outfits almost as interesting as the "large metal hulky things" as my wife describes my museum tastes.
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