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Transportation Building Exhibits

From bicycles to surreys, from freight wagon and stagecoach to classic 1917 Ford Model-T farm truck and Sharlot’s own Durant Star car, the Transportation Building hosts the Museum rolling stock. The building itself dates from 1937 when it was built to house the Jacob Mechanical Service, and later a warehouse for bulk oil storage. Obtained by the Museum in 1970, it was mainly a storage building for its first four years. Today, it features the 12-passenger Modoc Stage, a delivery wagon, a fire hose cart, and so much more.

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Museum's Rolling Stock

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From bicycles to surreys, from freight wagon and stagecoach to classic 1917 Ford Model-T farm truck and Sharlot’s own Durant Star car, the Transportation Building hosts the Museum rolling stock. The building itself dates from 1937 when it was built to house the Jacob Mechanical Service, and later a warehouse for bulk oil storage. Obtained by the Museum in 1970, it was mainly a storage building for its first four years. Today, it features the 12-passenger Modoc Stage, a delivery wagon, a fire hose cart, and so much more.

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