Maasdam Barn volunteers visit the Steve Weeber Museum

Visit to Steve Weeber Museum

Trip to Steve Weeber Museum, Sept 30, 2017

First, some links:

Newspaper Article about the Steve Weeber Museum

Article about hay tool collectors group

Hay Trolley Heaven website

Article: Identifying Vintage Wagon Manufacturers

Maasdam Barns volunteers visited the Steve Weeber Museum on Sept 30, 2017,
and enjoyed a guided tour by Steve Weeber:

The collection is in a purpose-built barn.
Photos at the Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

Looking up to the balcony.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

Under the balcony.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

Looking out from the balcony.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

Louden Hay Trolleys, made in Fairfield.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

Louden was a major hay carrier manufacturer, which led to overhead cranes, which are still manufactured.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

Myers, from Ohio, was another major Hay Trolley manufacturer.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

Other brands of Hay Trolleys
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

More hay trolleys.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

More hay trolleys.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

More hay trolleys.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

More hay trolleys.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

More hay trolleys.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

More hay trolleys.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

More hay trolleys.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

More hay trolleys.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

FitzHugh products poster
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

Below are other items on display or in the collection --

Steve Weeber showing one of many cast metal seats that were used on horse-pulled farm machinery.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

Old wrenches
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

An early child's pedal car (a truck in this case).
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

Another pedal "car".
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

Plaques.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

Feed bags.
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

(What is this?)
Photos at Steve Weeber Hay Trolley Museum.

Photos by Tim Fitz-Randolph, Sept 30, 2017

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