Vintage Fire Engine

Vintage Fire Engine, William Clark Market House Museum, Paducah, Kentucky, April 24, 2010

Paducah’s first motorized fire truck, William Clark Market House Museum – April 24, 2010

We were in Paducah, Kentucky, for the American Quilter’s Society Annual Quilt Show. It was the third time I had been to Paducah – Karen had made the trip without me before – and we were doing some exploring after going through the quilt show.  We had walked past the William Clark Market House Museum on our other visits and, on this trip, decided to check it out.

The museum is named after the town’s founder, William Clark, of the famed Lewis and Clark Expedition.  It is located at 121 South Second Street in the Market House Square, and it is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  (Museum website)

american history, history, kentucky, museum, photography, places

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