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Cole Land Transportation Museum 6/24/2015 Part 2

by Chris Guenzler

I continued my walk around the Cole Land Museum.

A 1938 Lincoln Model K.

A Lady "B" 1923 Buick.

A 1922 1/2 Packard coupe.


Gas pumps.

Views in the Military Area of the Cole Land Museum.

HQ1 Jeep.

A Ford Jeep USA 20131751.

The church bell.

Weapons of War.

A wagon cart on the Corduroy Road.

A Prairie Schooner.

1932 Ford Four-Cylinder Model B.

A 1914 Studebaker.

A Buckboard wagon.

An ox cart.

A dairy wagon.

Ford Model T dump truck.

A dump truck.

An ice wagon.

A wrecker.

A power shovel.

A Pelkey Oil truck.

A milk delivery truck.

A Mack concrete mixer.

A coal delivery truck.

Cut A-Way Detroit Diesel.

A concrete mixer.

Cole's Work shop.

A steamroller.

Coles Express truck cabs.

A Diamond T Truck.

Cole Avenue.

Old Memories.

Chain saws.

Saw blades.

A Tool Truck carrying saw blades.

A Cole's Express dual-tired truck.

A Roadway Express Model AA Ford truck.

A Cole's Express Federal Tractor.

A Cole's Express tractor and trailer.

A 1917 AC Cole's delivery truck.

A Model 29 Federal tractor.

Bus 1.

Merrill Transport Company oil hauler.

The Modern Military.

A Reo Royal Coupe.

Cole's Express 1 wagon.

Cole's Express.

Military banners.

A Merrill Transport serviceman.

Major Oil Companies of the Day.

The inside of the Cole Family Hall.

Cole Avenue.

A look down each of the streets at the Cole Land Museum.

These are the last displays I saw at this museum. We must now go outside for one last item here in Bangor.

The Cole Land Museum Covered Bridge. We would like to thank the Cole Land Museum for having us here today. What a truely fantastic museum this is in Bangor, Maine.

We left Bangor and headed south into Augusta to our next brief stop.

The Capitol Building of the State of Maine. We headed south to Gardiner.

The Gardiner Maine Central station built in 1911.

The Penobscot River. From here we made our way back to Bath.

The 2,200 foot Maine Central Railroad lift bridge in Bath named Carlton Bridge. It was a joint railroad/highway bridge but the highway deck has been abandoned.

The Bath Maine Central station built in 1941. From here we returned to the Best Western in Freeport and ate dinner at their cafe then I worked on a story before calling it a night.