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Scenes From the 7th Annual Preservation Flea Market at the Trolley Museum

The variety of vendors at the Connecticut Trolley Museum Saturday offered something for everyone.

Saturday’s at the Connecticut Trolley Museum in East Windsor seemed to be a huge success, judging by the parking lot, which was full to capacity, and the rows of cars lining both sides of nearby Winkler Road.

Antiques, crafts, household items, plants, jewelry, tag sale items and so much more meant there was something for everyone at this fundraiser, which was held to benefit the Connecticut Electric Railway Association. The museum was also open, with trolley rides taking place throughout the day.

twtweety May 24, 2011 at 07:21 AM
would never rent a tabe again. cars should be parked in back altogether. not to many people sold anything.i made 13.oo, and my friend who helped is the one who bought. to much work for nothing. all cars parked near tables deter people from buying. also was not organized very well. timing of the month did,nt help. middle of the month knowone has money.
Rosemary Rice May 25, 2011 at 09:27 AM
Anyone that thinks it was less than wonderful and a grand effort on the part of the volunteers is just not appreciative. Koodos for the volunteers of preservation!!!

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