Ten miles south of Hamburg on Route 75, you can find a colorful collection of what appears to be the world's largest lawn ornaments.
If you're lucky you'll run into the owner David Winter. This is what he calls a "museum with industrial history."
The collection was started by Dave's dad and some day he will turn it over to his daughter Elise. The collection includes tons of trains, a trolley from Toronto and a rare collection of "oil pull tractors," which David says "were the Cadillac of steel tractors back in the day."
The museum welcomes visitors. There is no charge.
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