A friend of mine's father owns a private museum dedicated to antique fire equipment dating back to the early 1700s. I can't say where it is, or show the exterior of the building or I'd have to kill y'all, lol, but it's nowhere near where I live, I had to take one of my VERY rare trips out of town. Most of his pieces are absolutely perfectly restored to the last polished nut and bolt. He has horse-drawn wagons, steam-powered equipment, and Mack trucks from the 30s and 40s, right up to the present day. There are firetruck toys, parade vehicles, a horse-drawn hearse for fallen firefighters, and a conference room full of reference books. He has been collecting this equipment for more than fifty years. The new, and gorgeous, post-and-beam three story museum is more than 12,000 square feet and houses "much" of his collection though not all. Enjoy the few photos I can post here, and know you're seeing stuff that only his family and friends have seen.