Did you know Yarmouth has its very own antique truck museum? Erv Bickford’s beloved vintage truck and transportation collection was founded as a museum in 2013. You can view trucks and other vehicles outdoors at the Bickford Collection Truck Pavilion and Courtyard located at Railroad Square, just off Main Street, and see the much larger selection, along with memorabilia at the Bickford Collection Truck Museum at 38 Yarmouth Junction, just off Elm Street.
The Bickford Collection Truck Pavilion includes more than a dozen vehicles ranging from the pristine 1926 Maccar to a circa-1920 Buffalo Springfield steam roller that ran on steam. The vehicles are in an outdoor post and beam pavilion with an attached open interactive courtyard (allowing parental supervised experiential play) filled with trucks, including farm and construction equipment.
The Pavilion is open seasonally May to October, Thursday through Saturday from 12 pm to 4 pm.
The Bickford Collection Truck Museum showcases over 40 vehicles at nearby Yarmouth Junction. The museum is filled with memorabilia – and is a treat for antique truck buffs and neophytes alike.
Open by chance or by appointment.