NCCHP was created to preserve and present the rich history of Granville (Massachusetts) and the Pioneer Valley area. The museum is housed within the historic buildings of the Noble & Cooley drum factory. The buildings, collections and original manufacturing equipment offer a unique opportunity to experience "Yankee Ingenuity" as it impacted the Granville community and manufacturing from the mid-1800's forward. For more information on the NCCHP museum visit www.ncchp.org
NCCHP recently hosted a visit by the Connecticut Crankin' Yanks Model T club. Club members enjoyed the NCCHP tour, while other visitors and passers-by were treated to a lot of beautiful Model T eye-candy parked in front of the Noble & Cooley main building on Water Street. One of the Model T's on display at the museum (the Noble & Cooley delivery truck) also joined the group in front of the building. Contact information for the club: Connecticut Crankin' Yanks c/o Raplh Hermann 16 Curiosity Lane Essex, CT. 06426 Without further ado, here are some pictures:
Readers are reminded that the NCCHP Museum is open from noon to 3 PM on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month thru October so time may be running out but the weather is perfect for your 2019 visit. Pretty soon it will be leaf-peeping season so come and enjoy the beautiful scenery and a visit to NCCHP.