Hi everyone. I live in Sacramento CA and frequently would travel Hwy 160 "the old river route" through the Sacramento Delta to Clarksburg and beyond. Along the way on the west side of the Sacramento River there was a collection of antique and vintage iron (est over 150 pieces of equipment and old trucks probably another 30-40) on a farm. The owners had a pumpkin patch and christmas tree farm adjacent to the equipment that they would have open to the public seasonally. On the property was a narrow guage oil fired steamer that they gave rides on that cicumvented a little village complete with a railroad station. Also on the property was a working vintage blacksmith shop that would be operated to demonstrate how it was done in the early part of the 20th century complete with a belt driven overhead pulley system much like early sawmills. I would wander off to photogragh and admire the rows of tractors and implements but was always escorted away by the owners as they were not a part of the exhibt on the (public area). Don't know who the owners were but I was by there several mos ago and the property has lanquished and the equipment is all but gone. I am saddened that this cultural display by a private family has been lost and wondering what became of the collection I believe the site was called Silver Bend in relation to the discriptive given to the point on the river. Any one know where I am describing and the outcome of the vast heritage that was once there???