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  1. Foster Braun

    1895 building

    From the album: Erika Nelson, World's Largest Things

    Building in Lucas, KS donated by local businessman to house the permanent collection of Erika's replica's.
  2. It has been a bit since I posted here, but then I have not been on the American Road much lately except for a trip to New Mexico this past fall. I am having my morning coffee in my Midpoint Café mug this morning that I picked up on that trip while eating in Adrian, Texas. But I thought some of you might be interested in the newest exhibit at America On Wheels in Allentown PA. We are showing "Gettin' the Job Done - The Evolution of the Pickup Truck". There are some pretty cool vehicles in this show including two Hudsons for Alex, a Corvair Rampside, a Studebaker Champ, a Diamond T, a REO, and even a Mack. The displays keep evolving as well as more details keep appearing in the Restoration Education Center too thanks to contributions from Keith Flickinger and Nicoli Bulgari. You can see some recent photos of some of the changes in my Flickr album.
  3. Foster Braun

    Indiana Medical History Museum

    From the album: Indiana Medical History Museum

    Former pathology lab for Indiana's state mental health facility is now one of the few remaining buildings on the massive site.
  4. roadtrip62

    Thornton W. Burgess Museum, Sandwich, MA

    From the album: US-6 - The Longest Highway

    Sandwich is the hometown of the author of the Peter Cottontail stories, Thornton W. Burgess. He started writing these about 1914, and you can learn more about him and his books at the Thornton W. Burgess Museum here. The museum was opened in this house on an old mill pond, not previously owned by Mr. Burgess, in 1976 by the Thornton W. Burgess Society. Mr. Burgess was still alive in 1962, though he was no longer publishing.

    © © 2012 - Milne Enterprises, Inc.

  5. Our next exhibit officially opens on Saturday, April 14 and will run until October. Included in the exhibit are: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang car Nelly Belle 1946 Jeep from the Roy Rogers Show Ernie's Taxi from Its a Wonderful Life Megatron from Transformers 3 (on site April 14 &15) Muppet Car from The Muppet Movie 2002 pink Honda S200 driven by Suki in 2 Fast 2 Furious 1998 VW Beetle from Austin Powers 2 1940 Ford coupe from The Blob Bette Davis Buick "Woody" Warner Bros. recognition gift car David Lee Roth's 1951 Mercury seen in "California Girls" video 1932 Rick Nelson Ford Hot Rod (coming July 2012) April 14 will also be our second annual Slot Car Show, and on July 7 we will have a Muscle Car Cruise as well as our annual HO Slot Car race, the America On Wheels Grand Prix. Learn more at www.AmericaOnWheels.org I hope to see some of you there!
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