A massive museum complex with a diverse collection from larger than life Brockway Trucks, including a 1925 Brockway Fire Truck that traveled back to Cortland from Argentina, to an massive collection of antique tractors, and an impressive 10,000 items collected and curated by the late Ken Eaton illustrating America’s Civil War to rare items of local and national political significance. The Homeville Museum offers American and local military and railroad history collections from the Civil War Era to the present. WWII veteran Ken Easton spent more than 35 years assembling this collection of more than 10,000 items. Brockway Truck Museum highlights the Brockway Motor Company, originally founded as Brockway Carriage Works in 1875, which played a key role in the manufacturing history for Cortland County. Examine these larger than life trucks up close, along with memorbilla and historical documents pertaining to the manufacturing of the trucks. The Tractors of Yesteryear (T.O.Y.S) collection gives life to the agricultural history of Central New York and all of rural America. Explore the items used on farms 50 to 150 years ago, from antique tractors to plows, corn shellers to beef cutters.