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Why not visit an unusual museum?

tiltjlp

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In my web wanderings, I come acroos a lot of weird stuff. For example, I found a listing of over 100 very unusual museum sites. You simply won't believe some of these. Check out this and the next two posts for one that tickles your sense of irony.

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1. Wooden Nickel Museum Join Date: October 05, 2000 The Wooden Nickel Historical Museum has the world's largest collection of Wooden Nickels. See pictures of various Wooden Nickels from the long history and many uses of Wooden Nickels, such as souvenirs, tokens, scouts, coupons, collecting, trading, state fairs, centennials, etc., etc.
2. Toilet Seat Art Museum Join Date: October 03, 2000 Artistically decorated Toilet Seat Lids. Each one is individually designed and numbered. There are over 500 different in the collection and more are being produced every week.
3. Cigar Box Art Join Date: October 03, 2000 Collection of cigar box art. These are the pictures that were on the inside of the cigar box.
4. Martin's Owl Collection Join Date: October 03, 2000 Owls, Owls, and more Owls.
5. World of Crabs Join Date: October 14, 2000 A collection dedicated to that charismatic crustacean, the Crab
6. The Virtual Toilet Paper Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 A full-featured museum celebrating that lowly substance that plays such a major role (or {;}should that be "roll"?) in our daily lives. We offer myriad specimens from the common to the {;}exceeding rare, artworks of wondrous beauty, and numerous informational exhibits.{;}
7. Furnace Sticker Museum Join Date: October 17, 2000 Furnace cleaning stickers taken off old furnaces dating from the 1940's, 50's and 60's. Featuring "Power-Vac" trucks.
8. American Icon, American Collectible - The Classic Sunbeam Mixmaster Join Date: January 02, 2003 "The mixer America grew up with" - the complete story of 20th Century America's most popular kitchen appliance, and the man who made it happen, from its birth to the last of its classic breed.
9. Classic Cameras Join Date: November 07, 2000 The site includes a timeline of the history of cameras and descriptions and pictures of many - mostly German - classic cameras.
10. Transit Uniform Buttons N.California Join Date: October 17, 2000 An educational page showing various old uniform buttons worn by street car, cable car and other transit workers in the San Francisco, California (primarily) Bay Area and some from Los Angeles, CA. Just for information.
11. Lacy Glass Buttons Join Date: October 17, 2000 An informational site showing some of the prettiest antique glass buttons you've ever seen! They're called Lacy Glass, come see why! Molded in handmade iron molds, carrying sharp detail and featuring reverse painting, just breathtaking!
12. British Lawnmower Museum Join Date: October 17, 2000 The Britsh Lawnmower Museum houses a collection of over 200 pristine exhibits which depitcs British Engineering at its best.{;}Enter the fascinating world of this award winning internationally famous Museum and a unique experience, it marks the culmination of a dream by Ex racing cahmpion Brian Radam.
13. Retrocom 27 Megacycle Museum Join Date: October 18, 2000 A virtual museum containing pictures and ads of vintage tube type CB radios from the golden age of Citizen Band radio. {;}{;}
14. Vintage Pix: Images of Women in the Past Join Date: October 17, 2000 Private collection of antique photos and humorous vintage postcards of women in the late 19th and early 20th centuries: courtship and marriage, women at work, Merry Widow hats, studio props, flappers and more{;}{;}
15. Melvyn Wright's World of Vintage Slot Machines Join Date: January 02, 2003 This site is a museum of classic British penny-in-the-slot machines of the 1930s to 1960s. There is also an extensive section devoted to Bryans machines
16. Dan's Matchbox Picture Pages Join Date: October 17, 2000 Over one thousand pictures of Matchbox cars, featuring the Premiere series, Matchbox Collectibles, new 1-100 series, and old 1-75 series regular wheel and superfast vehicles. Also includes links to related sites.
17. Mountain Dew Memorabilia Guide Join Date: November 19, 2000 The Mountain Dew Memorabilia Guide is an electronic repository{;}created with the express purpose of displaying electronic images of Mountain Dew Memorabilia{;}created by the Tip Corporation, PepsiCo, its advertising agencies, merchandise licensees, regional{;}bottlers and private parties for the private reference use and enjoyment of Mountain Dew collectors{;}world wide.
18. Museum of Pocket Calculating Devices Join Date: November 22, 2000 Museum of pocket electronic calculators, slide rules, addiators and abacusses{;}
19. The Toilet Museum Join Date: October 17, 2000 Take a stroll through a world of toilets with your curator, Burt Stark. You are sure to be moved.
20. Graham Barker's Navel Fluff Collection Join Date: October 18, 2000 The incredible world of navel fluff (lint), featuring the world's biggest and longest-term collection of an individual's navel fluff, with photos and an online survey you can take part in.
21. Ronald Dupont Jr.'s Elongated Coins Join Date: October 18, 2000 Photographs of personal collection of elongated (squished) coins.
22. JMH's Valve Collection Join Date: October 19, 2000 A personal collection of valves (vacuum tubes) and associated devices, of all shapes, sizes and ages.
23. Toaster Museum Foundation Join Date: October 19, 2000 A site devoted to educating, entertaining, and enlightening visitors about the history and cultural importance of the bread toaster.
24. Comptometer - Biography of a Machine Join Date: October 21, 2000 Comptometer - Biography of a Machine {;} The Comptometer, together with trained operators, comprised THE back office data processing system of the early 20th century. It was used by far more large businesses and governments than IBM and Univac combined until the 1940s. THE most comprehensive collection of data and pictures of this historic calculator anywhere in the world!
25. The Old Calculator Web Museum Join Date: October 21, 2000 A Web-based museum specializing in preserving, documenting, and sharing information about late electromechanical and early electronic calculators, from the early 1950's, through the late 1970's. Detailed exhibits on early Wang, HP, Casio, Canon, Sharp, Friden, Monroe, Compucorp, and many others.
26. David Dahle's Powerline webpage Join Date: January 02, 2003 A small photo gallery of old power line construction and substation photos.
27. USCGC WESTWIND Icebreaker Museum Join Date: October 22, 2000 Interactive history and image archive of the now decommissioned US Coast Guard icebreaker WESTWIND maintained by former icebreaker sailors.
28. Pezananda's Fantasy Free Pez Page Join Date: October 22, 2000 A site with pictures and descriptions of my PEZ dispenser collection, now more than 545 strong!
29. The COMWEB Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 The museum pages of Canada's retired Foreign Service Communicators.
30. Darryl Hudson Antique Electric Fan Collecting Join Date: January 02, 2003 This site displays many early electric fans from the turn of the last century and also lists many obsolete and otherwise unavailable parts that are in stock and readily available for those collectors who may need them to make their fan complete.
31. ONE MANS JUNK Join Date: October 30, 2000 Museums dedicated to preserving some of humanities disposible relics. Specifically Soda Cans and Embossed beer bottles.
32. My Tissue Box Cover Collection Join Date: November 04, 2000 My collection of wacky and unusual tissue box covers! Animals, faces, and more. :)
33. Todd Augsburger's Roller Ogan Website Join Date: January 02, 2003 Roller Organ Website by Todd Augsburger. A comprehensive source of Roller (Cob) Organ information, including a complete list of Rollers.
34. Post Mark Museum Join Date: November 05, 2000 The Post Mark Museum is the largest single collection of post marks and postal history items in the world. It is located in Bellevue, Ohio and sponsored by the Post Mark Collectors Club.
35. The Fisher Museum of Automotive Art Join Date: November 06, 2000 The personal collectiong of automobile drawings by Derrek Fisher between 1989 to present. Comments welcome and encouraged.
36. AOL CD Preservation Guild & Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 The Web's only AOL CD museum complete with a CD search engine. Dedicated to those unsolicited little plastic discs we've all come to love. The A.C.P.G. Museum is constantly updated. We gladly accepts donations or trades!
37. Just For Openers Join Date: November 22, 2000 For collectors of bottle openers and corkscrews.
38. National Association Breweriana Advertising Join Date: January 02, 2003 For collectors of beer advertising items.
39. Novelty Transistor Radios Join Date: January 02, 2003 A collection of unusaul transistor radios disguised as other things;even Jimmy Carter is depicted as half man/half peanut and includes an am radio to listen to!
40. The Glass Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 Great photographs and text explaining all kinds of glass; up-dated regularly with new material forming an entire museum of glass on the web.
41. MIke's Electric Stuff Join Date: January 02, 2003 Antique electric glassware - valves/tubes, bulbs, geissler tubes, nixies and other digital computing and display tubes. Also tesla coils, high voltage and science stuff
42. Soviet Calculators Collection Join Date: January 02, 2003 Over 125 Russian calculators in the collection. For every model has photo and description.
43. Barry S. Goldberg's Pocket Watch Collection Join Date: January 02, 2003 This is my collection of antique pocket watches, on display for the whole world to see. I currently have over 60 different watches, ranging from an English keywind watch made in 1776 to an American-made ship's chronometer from the 1940's. The site also contains a wealth of useful information about pocket watches in general.
44. Rosie's Needle Book Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 Needle Books are primarily advertising premiums from the 20's through 50's. Rosie's Needle Book Museum offers pictures, information, and a monthly newsletter all about these colorful collectibles.
45. Mrs Mangles Join Date: January 02, 2003 I have an unuseual hobby I collect antique mangles{;}
46. Virtual Matchbox Labels Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 This site is dedicated to matchbox labels and matchcovers - the small artworks that most of us do not pay much attention to. {;}But they reflect our history, our likes and dislikes and sometimes they are real artworks in themselves. I can show you here only a small part of their variety. And I do hope you will like them. {;}
47. Kilokat's Antique Light Bulb Site Join Date: January 02, 2003 My personal virtual museum containing 600+ pictures of collectible antique light bulbs inlcuding early radio tubes and box art, Christmas lights, Edison era hand-blown incandescent lamps, history, books to read online, discussion forums, and more!
48. 75 Years of Band-Aid Join Date: January 02, 2003 Images of Band-Aid tins
49. Funomena Mobile Museum of the Weird and Strange Join Date: January 02, 2003 The world's smallest museum on wheels featuring 13 mind-boggling exhibits of the weird and strange! See Real Elvis Hair, the Amazing Weeping Icon and Alien Abduction Evidence. A site not to miss!
50. The Sugar Packet Collector Join Date: January 02, 2003 A hobby that is just a little bit different. Sugar Packet collecting is an inexpensive hobby that people of all ages and from all over the world can pariticipate in. Visit the Sugar Packet Collector Page for a few examples from Phil Millers Collection of over 7,000 items. Links to other collectors and clubs are included also.
 

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The next 50

51. Wordcraft - Flashlight Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 The home of the Flashlight Museum, The Halloween Museum and the Waffle Recipies.
52. Electrical Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 A collection of: single,two,three,and six phase equipment.very old and rare testing meters.{;}varable,45000 amp,140000 volt,6-phase{;}transformers,{;}motor-gensets,x-ray,and many outher {;}unusual items..
53. NATIONAL LIGHTER MUSEUM Join Date: January 02, 2003 The purpose for establishing the National Lighter Museum is to gather information on lighter and manufacturers of lighters. To collect lighters for the general public to view and enjoy, and to promote lighter collecting. {;}
54. Becky's Gone Bananas...and Broccoli, Too! Join Date: January 02, 2003 A site featuring images of banana labels as well as broccoli and asparagus bands
55. Banana Boxes Join Date: January 02, 2003 You've seen the banana labels, now take a look at the colorful and often beautiful boxes the bananas came in. Over 150 banana boxes illustrated. Many show associated banana label.
56. Power company and assorted Porcelain and painted tin signs Join Date: January 02, 2003 100 Power company and assorted Porcelain and painted tin signs
57. My Insulator and related Picture Gallery Join Date: January 02, 2003 336 color pictures of Mostly glass Insulators, a few Porcelain and some go withs. 1847-1900
58. Mining Artifacts Join Date: January 02, 2003 Photo galleries and history of mining items including all types of mine lighting (candleholders, oilwick lamps, carbide lamps, safety lamps, electric lamps, frog lamps and others), blasting items, old mining photos, tools, mine signs, safety awards, UMWA items, carbide containers, oil cadgers, anemometers and other items from my collection of 30+ years. If it is mining related and old you will see it here.{;}{;}{;}{;}{;}
59. World Famous Asphalt Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 A breathtaking collection of famous asphalt samples from various highways and freeways, including Route 66, Highway 1, and others. Listed by Yahoo as a "wine country attraction."
60. The Web Museum of Board Games Join Date: January 02, 2003 Three pages of .jpg images of board games from the 20th century, including the pre-war era, the boomer years, games from the dawn of television, and the last two decades. Slow loading but worth the wait.
61. Airline Safety Cards Collection Join Date: January 02, 2003 Kimchi & Insam's Aviation Page contains information of North Korea and shows our whole collection of Airliner Safety Cards with lots of pictures and scans.
62. Museum of Coathangers Join Date: January 02, 2003 A small museum dedicated to the history and evolution of the most commonplace piece of all household furniture, the coathanger.
63. Ham Radio Museum Join Date: June 03, 2004 A virtual museum honoring the American classics of ham radio. The main emphasis is on vacuum tube radios including receivers, transmitters, transceivers, and their modes of operation. Get a warm glow...Vacuum Tube Radios!
64. Virtual German Camera Museum: Collection Kurt Tauber Join Date: January 02, 2003 German Camera Collection with some hundred Photo and Film Cameras since 1900
65. All Our Volkswagen Join Date: January 02, 2003 The Volkswagen we owned: 1200, 1303 S, Cabrios, Funeral Car, Bus and VW Models
66. MacUdderSide Park Join Date: January 02, 2003 60+ uses for old Mac's
67. World of Napkins Join Date: January 02, 2003 Collection of over 2,000 napkins from the whole world. The large sets are theme Christmas, Flowers and Animals.
68. Signalfan's Museum of Traffic Control Join Date: January 02, 2003 Dedicated to the preservation of historical traffic signals and road signs. This site features the unique hobby of collecting vintage traffic signals and old road signs. Site also contains old photographs documenting the history of the traffic signal.
69. Exhibition of mechanicals calculators Join Date: January 02, 2003 exhibition of mechanical calculator{;}Calculator's list with pictures{;}abacus, comptometer, odhner, printing calculator
70. Prof Ouch's ODDITTORIUM Join Date: January 02, 2003 PROF. OUCH's ODDITTORIUM is a silly site serving selections from the crazey world of Prof Ouch. Visit the CYBER SIDESHOW and SEE! the GIANT FLESH EATING RAT !!! THE PYGMY MUMMIES !!! THE DEVIL MAN from the jungles of Haiti ,as SEEN in the SUN Newspaper,,,,{;}THRILL at the LILLIPUTTAN TORTURE CHAMBER ,,,,,THE ELEPHANT SKINNED DOG , THE FUNNY CARD PLAYING SQUIRRELS {;}( watch out the one on the right cheats and the other one he's Nutz!!!).....{;}AMAZING : NATURES WONDERS in BARNUMS BARNYARD,,,,THE MAN FROM ATLANTIS , THE LOST SEA SERPANT , ( something fishhy here) , THE 2 HEADED CALF , THE ALLIGATOR MAN , ROSEMARY's BABY , 2 HEADE SNAKE ,,, the ALBINO OTTER ( it don't get much otter than that ) ,AND MUCH MUCH MORE ,,,,ALSO : SEE the TATTOO + ART EXHIBIT by Prof Ouch ,,,,READ ALL ABOUT IT: in the OUCHZINE ,,VISIT: the land of the LINKS and be carried to the furthest reaches of the World Wierd Web ,,,,PLUS MORE EVERY DAY !!!!!!!! COME ONE , COME ALL , STEP RIGHT UP THE SHOW IS ABOUT TO START..........
71. AutoSpeak Automobile Museums Join Date: January 02, 2003 AutoSpeak Automobile Museums offer a way for you to see some of the best examples of automobile museums in the United States. Each section contains information about hours of operation, admission charges and special features. The tour shows you the high points of the featured museum. These are virtual reality visits that let you get a real feel for the exhibits. We provide the images and descriptions of the museum, plus photos to download if you like.
72. Martinka Museum of Magic Join Date: January 02, 2003 The world's oldest magic shop presents exhibits of vintage magic and magicians.{;}
73. The Zymoglyphic Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 The Zymoglyphic Museum features dioramas, artifacts of Zymoglyphic culture, and exhibits and curiosities relating to the art of natural object assemblage.
74. The Reverse Time Page Join Date: January 02, 2003 This site showcases some interesting and unique items from my collection, including antique radios, electric clocks, vacuum tubes, microphones, speakers, advertising items, guitar amplifiers, vintage photographs, and so forth. Sorry, nothing is for sale!
75. The Traffic Signal Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 This is my collection of traffic signals. My website is unique because of the animations that it features which show the realistic operation of all of the signals in my collection.
76. World of Tea Caddy Join Date: January 02, 2003 The personal collection of tea caddies. Over 1.000 pictures of tins, wooden and ceramic boxes from all over the world.
77. Skytopia - Fruit Emporium Join Date: January 02, 2003 What does that spiky fruit at the supermarket taste like? Humorous mini-reviews of every fruit under the sun - with ratings given for taste and 'weirdness' factor.
78. UVFR Siren Archive Join Date: January 02, 2003 A collection of photos of outdoor warning sirens from around the USA. Includes sirens used by volunteer fire departments and tornado warning sirens.
79. The Comptometer, The IBM 71 typewriter and the Bally Rockmakers Join Date: January 02, 2003 Look at pictures & download short movies from The Comptometer (a pre- pocket calculators), the Bally Rockmakers Pinball machine and the IBM 71/72 electric typewriter. Software available (codecs, player) to watch the movies.
80. Metz Bicycle Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 The Metz Bicycle Museum is a world class collection of antique bicycles from the 1850's to the 1950's. Includes wooden bone shakers, High Wheel bikes, high wheel tricycles and quadracycles, and many more unusual and interesting bicycles and childrens riding toys.
81. Crimes of Persuasion: Nigerian Email Scams Join Date: January 02, 2003 Indepth coverage of the Nigerian Advance Fee Fraud email scam which offers to share millions of dollars for your bank account info or assistance in transfering funds from deposed leaders, dead foreigners, their aides, kin or lawyers.
82. Emotions Greeting Cards Join Date: January 02, 2003 Welcome to Emotions Greeting Cards, Postcard & Greeting Card Museum, the first Greeting Card and Postcard Museum on the Internet! Enjoy your virtual tour while learning about the history of Postcards and Greeting Cards from Victorian times to the 20th century. Take a trip into the past and browse through the Museum and its Galleries with over 700 exhibits. You'll be amazed at the beautiful Art on Greeting Cards and Postcards from the past. Visit our Ten Holiday Card Galleries, Card History Section or The Art of Greeting Cards, an overview slide presentation of all our Holiday Galleries. Learn about the Postcard and Greeting Card pioneers, printers, manufacturers and artist such as John Calcott Horsley, Ellen H. Clapsaddle, Louis Prang (the Father of the Christmas Card), Esther Howland (the Mother of Valentine's), Joyce C. Hall, Raphael Tuck & Sons and more. Hold to Light Cards, What are they? Foxing, Deltiology, Chrome, Divided Back....What does it all mean? Learn about Postcard Terminology, Postcard Grading, Preservation, History and more while experiencing the beauty of hundreds of cards dating as far back as 1877.
83. Beatles Worldsite Museum of Collectibles and Memorabilia Join Date: January 02, 2003 John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, The Beatles, The Fab Four! The Beatles Worldsite Museum showcases one of the world's largest online collections of Beatles collectibles and memorabilia with over 200 Beatles products, from Marbles, Clothes, Jewelry, Dolls, Stamps, Games, Food, Clocks, Electronics, Dishes and more.
84. The Chocolate Cat ~ Cat Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 The first and only Museum of its kind, our Museum showcases the largest known collection of Cat items anywhere. There are literally 100's of items Depicting and Emulating Cats, from Clothes, Games, Candy, Toys, Fireworks, Electronics, Dishes and more, manufactured throughout the world. Enjoy your journey through our Museum where you will find Cats made from every conceivable material such as Wood, Metal, Marble, Glass, Plastic, Cloth, Chocolate, Nuts & Bolts, Wax, Iron, String and more.{;}{;}
85. The Tomato Page Join Date: January 02, 2003 A collection of tomato paste cans.{;}With photo gallery and building instructions for a storage rack.
86. Logan's Arcade Join Date: January 02, 2003 A collection of vintage arcade machines from the 30's through the 80's!
87. Super Hero Food Join Date: January 02, 2003 An Online Museum of my collection of Comic Book & Super Hero related food products.
88. Miner's Safety Lamps Join Date: January 02, 2003 Site devoted to miner's safety lamps from around the world.
89. The Westbound Stage Join Date: January 02, 2003 Take a seat and relax, as we travel back to the famous time period of the California gold rush. Whether you're a seasoned traveler, or a new passenger, you'll find your journey to be a wild one aboard The Westbound Stage®. Enjoy your ride, and be sure and visit our museum!{;}{;}
90. Westonzoyland Pumping Station Join Date: January 02, 2003 A small museum on the Somerset Levels, housing a varied collection of stationary steam engines; plus land drainage machinery, including a 140-year old Easton and Amos steam-powered engine, still in it's original Grade 2 listed engine house.
91. Total Rewind Join Date: January 02, 2003 British online museum of home video technology. The bizarre and unexpected story of the development of the humble home video machine, based on an extensive collection of vintage and veteran VCRs, VTRs, disk players and cameras/camcorders.
92. The Virtual Ten*Tec Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 Ten-Tec, Inc. of Sevierville Tennesee, is the last, large, manufacturer of Amateur Radio equipment based in the United States. This site includes information and photos most of their original products dating back to 1969.
93. KK4DW's Telegraph Key Collection Join Date: January 02, 2003 This is a "man's thing" I guess - like collecting firearms. Pride of ownership, etc. but these beautiful instruments are also functional and I select certain ones for use on the air from time to time. Enjoy !
94. Passions Incongrues Join Date: January 02, 2003 Virtual museum of vintage and rare video tape recorders
95. The Pre-Prohibition Whiskey Advertising Shot Glass Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 Ever wondered about that delicate little glass with a picture etched on it that grandma had sitting in the curio cabinet? Pre-pro.com is a website that aims to tell you everything you ever wanted to know (and much more that you didn't) about the whiskey sample glasses produced by distillers and wholesalers in pre-Prohibition (pre-1920) USA. It's a site for the simply curious and the serious researcher!
96. Günters Taschenrechnerseite Join Date: January 02, 2003 Collection of HP Calculators / Sammlung von HP Taschenrechnern
97. World's Largest Collection of World's Smallest Versions of World's Largest Things Traveling Roadside Attraction and Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 The World's Largest Collection of the World's Smallest Versions of the World's Largest Things Traveling Roadside Attraction and Museum is an interactive mobile environment devoted to the exploration and celebration of World's Largest Things. This one of a kind roadside attraction and museum travels all over the country, stopping at World's Largest Things, community cultural centers, roadside attractions, colleges, universities, art events, and museums. Originally a public transportation vehicle for the elderly of Anderson County Kansas, the bus has been transformed into a traveling museum by artist Erika Nelson. This customized bus contains display space for its unique collection of miniature replicas of things such as badgers, otters, bulls, balls of twine, and baseball bats billed as World's Largest.{;}{;}The website contains World's Largest Things photos and meta photos, as well as resources for others interested in this amazing roadside phenomenon.
98. Metropolitan Museum of Mesozoic Memorabilia Join Date: April 09, 2004 I have been fascinated all my life with dinosaurs and their depiction in drawings, paintings, fiction and non-fiction. I have a calling card I hand out that says "I collect anything concerning prehistoric animals, especially children's books, historical documents, science fiction, paper american, museum guides, art, sculpture, and antique toys." This collection has grown so large that my friends now call it the Metropolitan Museum of Mesozoic Memorabilia. According to Don Glut, who wrote "The Dinosaur Scrapbook", it is the largest collection of its kind in the world.
99. North American Data Communications Museum Join Date: January 02, 2003 Founded in 1984 to preserve, maintain, and operate data communications machines that powered the information revolution in North America.
100. Pharaonic Village Join Date: February 07, 2004 The Pharaonic Village is a living museum of Egypt at the time of the Pharaohs. Over a hundred actors and actresses portray ancient Egyptian daily life amidst a carefully researched and fully detailed replica of a city in the golden age of Egypt. Here you can find information on taking tours of the Pharaonic Village, including a map of the area, tour pricing, and dates.

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The last 8

101. Peters Kameraschaetze Join Date: February 27, 2004 Kleine aber feine Sammlung von Photographica. Zielrichtung sind die schönen Kameras von Kürbi& Niggeloh (Bilora)
102. A Zippo Gallery Join Date: May 03, 2004 A collection of historic and artistic engravings on the canvasses of the ingenious American Zippo lighter.
103. CAROLS ADVERTISING TINS Join Date: May 16, 2004 A small portion of my 3000 + Advertising tins. With a link to other parts of my collection. I collect old and new advertising tins. Almost anything from candy, tobacco, medical, Band-Aid, mints, AOL, and many many others. As time permits, more and more will be added.
104. Light meter Join Date: July 12, 2004 A photo album of my meter collection. I own in excess of 40 meters, some over 100 years old. Some work, some just sit there, I am still collecting!!! Please contact me with your comments.
105. Burlingame Museum of Pez Memorabilia Join Date: July 22, 2004 Opened in 1994, the Burlingame Museum of Pez Memorabilia features the largest public display of Pez Candy dispensers in the world. Exhibits feature an example of EVERY dispenser produced in the 54 years of Pez dispenser production - over 500 unique items. Our museum is located 10 minutes south of San Francisco, California.
106. Sancho's Disturbing Recipes of the Eerie Past Join Date: July 25, 2004 Dust off grandma's old cookbooks - and realize the sheer hell she put grandpa through in 1954!
107. Ohio Transformers Join Date: August 15, 2004 This site is a photograph intensive depiction of Ohio's electric power transformers. It also includes pages of gas meter photos.
108. World Carrot Museum Join Date: August 31, 2004 All you ever wanted to know about carrots, history, cultivation ,nitrition, fun, recipes, trivia.


Surely you found something odd now, didn't you? I mean besides me taking the time to track this stuff down in the first place.

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