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The National Construction Equipment Museum is a non-profit organization located in Bowling Green, Ohio in the United States that is dedicated to preserving the history of construction, dredging and surface mining industries and equipment. The museum is operated by the Historical Construction Equipment Association (HCEA) and features many different types of construction equipment, including cranes, shovels, rollers, scrapers, bulldozers, dump trucks, concrete mixers, drills and other engineering vehicles.
- details of significant exhibits required - can you help with any info ?
- collecting and preservation related
References / sourcesEdit
Base article from wikipedia
- National Construction Equipment Museum - Discover Ohio
- Historical Construction Equipment Association
- Ohio Traveler - article about the museum
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