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Huber Machinery Museum
Marion, OH     43302
Contains examples of Edward Huber's finest steam and gasoline tractors, threshers and road-building equipment. See Huber's first patent, the wood revolving hay rake which he began manufacturing in Marion in 1865. Displays of many things from the Marion Steam Shovel Company. Two prize pieces of constuction equkipment include an original 5D grader and an M600 maintainer, both used by the Marion Co. Engineer and Marion City road crews.
Address: Marion Co. Fairgrounds,  220 E. Fairground St.
Phone: 740-389-1098
Directions: Take SR 309 off of SR 23 in Marion, west on Center St. to the corner of Madison Ave. and Center St. (Garfield Park on corner), turn right onto Madison Ave., will dead end into E. Fairground St., turn left onto Fairground, go straight and Fairground will be on your right with sign Huber Museum.

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