JOHNSTOWN, N.Y. (NEWS10) — A golden era frozen in time! Built in 1998, the Town Line Museum celebrates the best of the 1950s and 1960s. The building is a time capsule to 1962. Owner Robert Landrio grew up in Gloversville during that time, and 1962 was the year some of his fondest memories took place.
“It was the best year ever! I had my first car 1947 Mercury, I had a couple jukeboxes,” said Landrio. “Gloversville was a booming community.”
Room by room, bringing back memories for visitors and transporting them to an era when Friday nights were spent doing the Jitterbug and filling up your gas tank only took 30 cents a gallon.
Robert and his wife Debbie have been collecting items from the time period for years. Many of the items are from local stores that are long gone—dated to 1962.
While appointments for visits to the Town Line Museum are preferred, the couple says they won’t turn anyone away. They also won’t charge anyone. You can contact the owners at email@example.com or (518) 762-5853.