Sunrise Iron Museum
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Third generation Oregonian and wheat farmer Erl McLaughlin has been collecting and restoring tractors since 1983. Now with over 35 antique tractors and as many farm implements dating as far back as 1835, the Sunrise Iron Museum has become a monumental tribute to the agricultural heritage of North America. The collection includes hard rubber tire trucks from 1918, a number of horse drawn wagons, original cast iron tractor seats, authentic vintage signs and many other farm antiques and iron heritage pieces.
Know before you go: To visit Sunrise Iron, you must call ahead as visiting is by appointment only.