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Owls Head Transportation Museum
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The Owls Head Transportation Museum is all about celebrating the history of transportation. To do this they host workshops, demonstrations, lectures on restoring old vehicles and many intriguing displays. Every year there are programs which range from aerobatic air shows to antique and classic car shows. This is where you might be able to get a ride on a vintage snow vehicle, a horse and buggy, a Model-T Ford or an antique aeroplane. To see a jump-jet at an air show in a basically rural, coastal Maine community is an unusual experience that the museum routinely brings about.

The museum has an exciting collection of road vehicles and aircraft and except for a few holidays, it is open to the public year round. The blue car featured in the panorama is a 1905 Panhard & Levassor Tourer. It is parked beneath a 1909 Bleroit XI tractor monoplane.

Copyright: Tom Sadowski
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Uploaded: 22/02/2010
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Tags: museum; antique; panhard; levaassor; bleroit; exhibit
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