(Photos by the author) – Well, I have finally reached the end of my one zillion photo collection that I blasted at the Keystone Truck and Tractor Museum in Colonial Heights, Virginia. This was one of the greatest experiences of my gearhead life, just being able to hang out and waltz my way through this collection of American mechanical history. In this last gallery you’ll see another load of photos that feature some of the neatest and nicest machines that helped feed, build, and protect America over the years.
If and when you get to Virginia and have a day to spare, you have to stop by and see this place. Having been around the country a time or two and seen some neat stuff, I can tell you that for enthusiasts of this kinds of this kind of stuff, you owe it to yourself to take it all in. The building is immaculate, the people are nice, and the fact that you have unfettered access to these wonderfully restored trucks and tractors makes it well worth the el cheap eight dollar admission fee!