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Sunday 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. 
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The Marshall County Museum features a 40-ft. scale model train that runs every Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.. John and Lou Davis put on an amazing interactive demonstration EVERY SATURDAY showcasing seasonal themes with a cast of characters that make the train room come to life! If you haven't seen it yet, plan your FREE trip to the museum this Saturday!

   

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CURRENT EXHIBITS

Todd Davis Collection:
Vintage Gumball Machines

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Exhaust Whistles and Hood Ornaments

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Quincineara Exhibit - Beautiful Dresses 

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Diner's and Drive-ins of Marshall County

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Bill Wagoner Display - including Vintage Guitars

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Bob Price Burger Chef Display

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Chad Berger Case Tractor Display



 

Welcome to the Marshall County Museum Historic Crossroads Center              

FEATURE EXHIBIT



The feature exhibit, “Tribute to Bill Wagoner:  A Musical Journey,” is a must see! Visually, the display transports you back to the early rock & roll era showcasing his personal collection of customized guitars, vintage performance costumes, and memorabilia from the 60’s and 70’s.  An audio component of the exhibit spotlights music from his self-produced CD, “New Rules,” made with his wife, Jan, in 1995.
 

Bill Wagoner not only leaves a musical imprint as a rock & roll lead guitarist, and independent music retailer, but as an animal lover and collector of Porsche cars.  The museum exhibit explores the many different avenues in Bill Wagoner’s life and the contribution he made, sharing his music with others.  Music is a powerful thing.  It touches us in different ways.  Bill Wagoner still touches many lives with his magical musical memories!   

 

 
 


    
 

 













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