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    Keystone Truck and Tractor museum. Colonial Heights, VA.

    I've driven by this museum in the past but never stopped until yesterday. Well worth the time to stop.





    Goofed up with the title. Should be Colonial Heights, VA.
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    I am only 2-3 hours away,,, haven't been yet,,,

    The same with Natural bridge,,,
    I can be there in 25 minutes, and have only toured it once in 35 years.

    NOW, tell me about a tractor show in Pennsylvania,,, 4.5 hours away,,,
    and,,, I am ready to hop in the car!!
    I do a PA tractor run at least 3 times a year,,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by CADplans View Post
    I am only 2-3 hours away,,, haven't been yet,,,

    The same with Natural bridge,,,
    I can be there in 25 minutes, and have only toured it once in 35 years.

    NOW, tell me about a tractor show in Pennsylvania,,, 4.5 hours away,,,
    and,,, I am ready to hop in the car!!
    I do a PA tractor run at least 3 times a year,,,
    Kind of like a true New Yorker. Most have never been to the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State building.
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    I only spent an hour there. A nice break in the middle of my 15 hr. drive. I could easily spend a few days if I lived close enough. I did stray a little though, there was an orange tractor, an Allis Chalmers B Industrial, that I really took a liking to.
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    Awesome post eastcreek! I enjoy old tractor and auto museums like this. I will keep this in mind if I get closer to the east coast. This reminded me of a place I recently visited in Branson, MO called Branson Auto & Farm Museum. It's an interesting place in that virtually everything there is for sale, but they had a huge selection in both tractors and autos. Many of the tractors were in unrestored condition. If anyone has plans of being near Branson, I recommend stopping in - you'll easily kill 2-4 hours.
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    this is beautiful...worth a pin on the gps

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