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Fathers' Day Weekend at The Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum

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Celebrate Fathers' Day with Dad at The Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum! The Buffalo Transportation/Pierce-Arrow Museum & The 1927 Buffalo Filling Station by Frank Lloyd Wright, Downtown Buffalo, 201 Seneca St. at 263 Michigan, near the Elm St. Exit, N6, of the I-190 NYS Thruway. Features Buffalo’s transportation history Pierce-Arrow, Thomas Flyer, electric vehicles, auto memorabilia, photos, art objects, & more. The Museum atrium houses the 1927 Buffalo Filling Station by Frank Lloyd Wright. Displays: include British motorcycles, an extensive vintage Bicycle collection, the Jello wagon acquired from the American Pickers, Trico, Emblem Motorcycle, and a significant addition to its collection, a 1904 Arrow Rear Entry Tonneau. One of two in existence, the car was manufactured by the George N. Pierce Co in 1904 when the factory was located at the Buffalo waterfront at Prime & Hanover Streets. It is displayed on a turn table by Avant-Garde Technology of Buffalo.

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