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Charlotte, NC 28262
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On my recent trip to Roanoke, VA, we stopped in to revisit this very famous museum of elevator parts. It has grown a lot since my last visit. Dieselducy gives us some great info on some very rare pieces in his collection in this video. For a flashback to see how this museum looked the very first time I visited it which was back in 2010, you can click on this link here https://youtu.be/qKF7PniMu-k (& go to 3:29 in that video) & for more flashback memories of something other than elevator parts featured in the museum can be found in these videos at https://youtu.be/x-l2ZpP08AQ https://youtu.be/5ajowSn8tjA?list=PLX... Also be sure to check out the Facebook page for this museum at https://www.facebook.com/ElevaTours/ & Dieselducy's website at http://www.dieselducy.com/