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WITH AN EXPECTED COMPLETION DATE OF AUGUST 31, 2016.

Please Pardon Our Dust.

VISIT THE MUSEUM

TAKE A STROLL THROUGH HISTORY

Visitors to the International Lineman’s Museum and Hall of Fame are able to learn about issues surrounding today’s modern electrical industry, but also are able take a stroll through the history of transformers, “hot sticks,” glass and ceramic insulators and other tools of the trade.

15,206

ARTIFACTS

181,692

VISITORS
SINCE 1999

93,780

MILES DRIVEN (MOBILE MUSEUM)

ITS A BROTHERHOOD

ILM HALL OF FAME

pays tribute to those lineman who continually exceed in the call of duty and exemplify those qualities that establish the true nature of the brotherhood of electrical lineman.
Power is in our bloodlines!

OUR MISSION

IT IS OUR GOAL...

that the sacrifices, dedication, and contributions made by these individuals be proudly, honorably, and admirably recognized for their unwavering devotion to linemen and the electrical industry.

FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS

WE'VE GROWN

as dumpster diving treasure finders to nearly 7,500 square feet of exhibit space today. The museum is non-profit and all of our funding comes through private donations and brick sales.

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Demonstrate your company’s dedication to the hard work of past and present lineman by becoming a corporate sponsor of The International Lineman’s Museum and Hall of Fame.

Sponsorship of an special exhibition, event or program is a creative and cost-effective way to engage the public and strengthen your public image while supporting the sacrifices made by linemen. Flexible packages and pricing are available in order to meet your objectives.

INTERNATIONAL LINEMAN'S MUSEUM AND HALL OF FAME

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GLENN D. (OHIO)

"If you're a lineman or were
its a good stop to make."

"If you're a lineman or were its a good stop to make. For the younger generation to see the predecessor line trade tools compared to what you work with today will have you scratching your head. Wood hotsticks and lineman that knew and learned their trade off of hooks, could work without fall arrest devices and could free climb poles, and followed safety rules and learned from the mistakes of others are the lineman that advanced the trade and should be emulated and their examples be the model for current and future lineman for their work habit and ethics in this profession."

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