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The Vintage Telephone Equipment Museum is the original name of the Museum of Communications, which was established to provide visitors an opportunity to learn more about the evolution of the telephone and other telecommunication equipment and systems. Exhibits at the museum date as far back as 1876, which was the year Alexander Graham Bell made his history-making phone call. Exhibits also include the latest innovations in telecommunications.

All visitors of the museum will benefit from professional tours conducted by voluntary guides. Current projects of the museum include restoration of an International line truck as well as a Western Electric Dial PBX. Visitors may also soon expect a Type 750A and Type 205 Telephone Sets available at the museum. Also, the museum is looking forward to owning a Plunger Line Switch among other things in the future.
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