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Saints’ Roost Museum is continuing the development of plans for its “Wheels of History” Transportation Complex. The complex will house: a 1906 Bain Chuck Wagon, restored and donated by Johnny Brumley; a 1923-24 Model T donated by Dr. Keith C. Hudson; a buggy purchased by W. J. Lewis, Jr. and donated by Bobby and Jenks Boston; and a 1927 Seagrave Fire Truck donated by the Clarendon Volunteer Fire Department.

The fundraising drive is currently underway and we are accepting private donations and foundation grants.

To donate to the “Wheels of History” Transportation Complex, click here. To donate to the Museum’s general fund, click here.

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