- Written by webmin
We received word last week (and noticed on their website) that the Golden Age of Trucking Museum in Middlebury, Connecticut, is just a week from closing its doors permanently unless it can secure enough funding between now and then to remain open. As Hemmings Motor News readers will recall, I profiled the museum back in the October 2006 issue after spending some time there. It’s far from the largest auto museum I’ve been to, but it’s right up there in terms of dedication, similar to the Museum of Bus Transportation in Hershey, Pennsylvania. After all, where else would you see a Pierce-Arrow truck and a Fageol moving van under the same roof? I had space for only a couple photos in the pages of HMN, but I have space for plenty more here. Enjoy, and if you can help the museum out with a few bucks, I’m sure they’d appreciate it.
UPDATE: Almost forgot that Jim Brennan posted some additional photos of the museum over at Hooniverse.