The Historical Construction Equipment Association (HCEA) is an American organization that runs the National Construction Equipment Museum in Ohio, USA.
The National Construction Equipment Museum is a non-profit organization located in Bowling Green, Ohio that is dedicated to preserving the history of construction, dredging and surface mining industries and equipment. The museum is operated by the Historical Construction Equipment Association and features many different types of construction equipment, including cranes, shovels, rollers, scrapers, bulldozers, dump trucks, concrete mixers, drills and other engineering vehicles.
The HCEA hold an annual event were classic machinery is demonstrated and members bring machinery from all over the USA for the giant working demonstration. Some member keep their historical equipment at the site.
Items include a working Steam shovel and ?
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- Museums List
- Clubs Listing- All machinery preservation related groups (add your local groups)
- Shows and Meets - preservation events list (add your events to the list)
- Vintage Excavator Trust - UK equivalent organisation
References / sources
- Historical Construction Equipment Association
- National Construction Equipment Museum - Discover Ohio
- Information about the museum's holdings and visitation
- Ohio Traveler - article about the museum