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Antique Toy and Firehouse Museum is a 12,000 piece collection of toys and fire trucks. IT was built by Jimmie Dobson and his son Jeffrey. Jimmie Dobson is the owner of Bangor Township-based Dobson Industrial and Dobson Commercial Properties. The museum is full of car toys, however big or small, and real fire trucks that Jimmie has been collecting for over 50 years. The Dobsons have put in their memories in the museum and visitors will be able to remember their childhood as they admire the collections of toys sitting on the shelves.

The museum is housed on a 25,000 square foot building. The viewing rooms include a NASCAR Room which is dedicated to the late Jeffrey Dobson who died of heart disease. The room exhibits a Monte Carol pace car driven by Jeffrey before he died. Another famous room is the Tonka Room holds the largest collection of Tonka Toys and Trucks in the world. The highlight of he museum is the motorized fire trucks. There are 70 full-sized firetrucks, including a 1965 Super Pumper, which is considered as the largest firetruck in the world.
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