Museum is in an old, rundown warehouse like structure with no air conditioning. Museum is supported by donations and volunteers do the work of restoring the trollies. There was only one man there who evidentially was working on the trollies but he was very informative and knew all about the restoration process. They only had one trolley that had been restored and it was beautiful. The man made the place interesting but it is dirty and definitely a working garage with tools, machine parts, etc. all over the place. So don't go expecting much. Was happy to make a donation though as they need it to keep up the restoration work. The gift shop consisted of a few locked glass cases and I would have bought a t-shirt but the man didn't have the keys to open the cases.
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