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Nothing has changed here since the 60's. It's fun to just come in and look.Lots of old stuff you can't find any more. They have a cash register that's at least 100 yrs. old. It's gold & the amt. of purchase is represented by a metal chip that pops up when you pull down on the handle. It's so old it DOESN'T ADD! The senior shop owners have to use 2 electric adding machines. Think of this as a museum where you can buy the exhibits. (Retiredfarrier, May 2019)