Los Angeles County Fire Museum

Los Angeles County Fire Museum

The Los Angeles County Fire Museum is a State of California non-profit organization. One of the museum’s first donated pieces was the famous Squad 51 from the hit television show “Emergency!” Come & see antique fire engines – artifacts dating to the 1860s.

16400 Bellflower Blvd
Bellflower, CA 90706
P:
562-925-0234
Email: info@lacountyfiremuseum.com

Los Angeles County Fire Museum Admission:

$5 donation
Plan: 1hr

Los Angeles County Fire Museum Hours: 

Wednesday – Saturday 9 am – 2 pm

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Larsen Tractor Museum

Larsen Tractor Museum

The Larsen Tractor Museum is a historical facility located on the East Campus of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in Lincoln, Nebraska, United States. The museum was established in 1980 and is dedicated to preserving and documenting the history of Nebraska’s tractor test law (dating from 1919) which began as a law to protect others from irresponsible tractor companies failing to keep the best interest of the farmer in mind. Today it remains the only tractor testing museum in the world. It is also still the only complete tractor test laboratory in the world.

The Nebraska tractor testing law had its roots in 1919 when Wilmot Crozier, a farmer, and legislator from Osceola in Polk County, bought a Ford 8-16 tractor. Not made by Henry Ford Co., the Ford 8-16 didn’t live up to its advertised claims. The advertisements claimed it could pull three plows at once. Mr. Crozier could only get it to pull one. He took it back to the dealership and demanded they take it back, but they told him, “You own it, you keep it”.

They did eventually give him a Rumely H tractor The advertisements claimed it could pull three plows at once; Crozier got it to pull five. Wilmot Crozier and State Senator Charles Warner decided to ensure that all farmers would get a fair deal when buying any model of tractor sold in Nebraska. Under their leadership, the Nebraska Tractor Test Law was passed in 1919, House Roll 85.

At the same time, the legislature established a facility for tractor testing on the east campus of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln to ensure those tractor manufacturers met their advertised claims of the tractor’s performance. The Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory is known around the world as the first test lab in the world. And it is the leader in tractor testing and is still the only one of its kind in the world.

The Lester F. Larsen Tractor Test and Power Museum are housed in the original Nebraska Tractor Test facility on the East Campus of the University of Nebraska Lincoln. It is located at 35th and Fair Streets. A newer section was built in 1948. The building was declared a historical landmark by the American Society of Agricultural Engineers in 1980 and dedicated as a museum in 1998.

Friends of the Museum were instrumental in early renovation efforts and continue to raise funds for the museum. The museum is now part of the University of Nebraska State Museum system. The Waterloo Boy tractor was the first to successfully complete the testing process in 1920. Only because of the harsh winter of 1919, they didn’t get the testing finished in time

N 35th St & Fair St
Lincoln, NE 68583
P: 
402-472-8389

Larsen Tractor Museum Admission:

$5 donation
Plan: 1hr

Larsen Tractor Museum Hours:

Tuesday – Friday 10am – 4pm

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New England Auto Museum

New England Auto Museum

The New England Auto Museum will be an exciting new attraction, long overdue for Connecticut and New England. This non-profit 501(c)(3) organization was created to build a first-class facility that will preserve, interpret and exhibit automobiles and automotive artifacts. They intend to bring students and auto enthusiasts together to celebrate the automobile and educate visitors about its significant role in New England and the world. 

P.O. Box 1545
Burlington, CT 06013
P:
860-673-3888

New England Auto Museum Admission:

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Plan: 1hr

New England Auto Museum Hours:

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Smithson International Truck Museum

Smithson International Truck Museum

Smithson International Truck Museum boasts the most complete collection of International ½ ton trucks in the world. With the growing collection of vintage tractors and farming equipment, the museum acknowledges the contribution of International Harvester to its community.

5620 51 St, Rimbey
AB T0C 2J0, Canada
P:
403-843-2004
Email: paskapoo@telus.net

Paskapoo Historical Park & Smithson International Truck Museum Admission:

$5 (cash)
Plan: 1hr

Paskapoo Historical Park & Smithson International Truck Museum Hours:

Tuesday – Saturday 9 am – 4 pm

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International Scout, Truck & Tractor Museum

International Scout, Truck & Tractor Museum

When you visit the International Scout, Truck & Tractor Museum you’ll be walking into 47,000 square feet of International Harvester paradise.  The museum has on display the original official copy of the Scout US Patent that was given to Ted Ornas and IH in 1961.

Other museum display highlights include the original IH Scout plant sign, the US flag display that was flown in the US capital in honor of the Scouts’ 50-year anniversary, and an Original Baja Race Scout, 1929 six-speed special, 1947 KB 2 Pickup, 1950 Farmall and many more.

Plus, there is a 10,000+ square foot warehouse full of used parts. They also sell and service International Harvesters.

6711 Dayton Springfield Rd
Enon, OH 45323
P: 
937-525-0000
Email: suprscout@aol.com

International Scout, Truck & Tractor Museum Admission:

Free
Plan: 1hr

International Scout, Truck & Tractor Museum Hours:

Daily 9 am – 6 pm

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