Due to the COVID-19 Outbreak, the National Construction Equipment Museum is closed to the public until further notice. The office is open from 9:00 to 5:30 Eastern on weekdays.  

Also due to the outbreak, our 2020 International Convention & Old Equipment Exposition has been POSTPONED. Instead of this August, it will be held August 27-29, 2021, at the same location near Concordia, Kansas.  

Updates will be posted here and to our social media pages. Thank you for your understanding, and be well. 

Museum Volunteer Photo Gallery

The National Construction Equipment Museum would not exist without the work of its volunteers. With or without any special skill, these men share a love of sweat, grease, hard work and good fellowship that results in vintage construction equipment being restored to original physical and operating condition for the public to enjoy.

15 photo(s) Updated on: 04/03/2013
  • Don Frantz
  • Mark Steele
  • Dave Shively
  • Ed Costell
  • Bob Miller
  • Dave Brainard
  • Gene Myers
  • Norm Schutte
  • Mark Strauss
  • Placing the top on a vintage Barnes trash pump.
  • Mike Androvich and Tim Johnson
  • Ted Lobdell
  • Volunteers assess the disassembly and transportation of the vintage Buckeye ladder trencher donated by Keith Mauzey (2nd from right).
  • Adam Berry at the controls of the HCEA's 1924 Model 26 Marion electric shovel.
  • Jim Arras and Bob Young fix a toy for a young equipment enthusiast.

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16623 Liberty Hi Road
Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
419-352-5616 - Fax 419-352-6086

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