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Bill Richardson Transport Museum

Discussion in 'Old Iron!' started by Tones, Feb 18, 2021.

  1. Tones

    Tones Senior Member

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    This takes awhile .Enjoy.
     
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    my wife and I were there a few years ago and absolutely loved it. well, me more than her :rolleyes:. it should be on every gearhead's bucket list. if you stop to read all the placards and info, it will take the better part of a day to get through it all
     
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    Tones Senior Member

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    And not far from there is the E Hayes &Co museum where Burt Monro's Indian is that he used in first attempt at the land speed record. All in walking distance.
     
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