|Visit the museum at the Marion County Fairgrounds. It is open every Saturday 1-4 p.m. And by appointment.The museum will be open during the Annual Steam & Gas Engine Show the 3rd weekend in June. You will find a 1914 Steam Engine, Threshers, a Corn Shredder, early Farm Tractors and Machinery, several pieces of Construction Equipment, and other Memorabilia.
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Talk of the Town: Removin Broken Bolts - by Staff. Another great discussion from the Tool Talk Discussion Forum. The discussion started out with the following post: " How would I remove a bolt thats broken off in a piece of metal and I want to save the treads in the metal and then put in a new bolt. "
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