THE BIGGEST LUNCHBOX MUSEUM IN THE WORLD

The Biggest Lunchbox Museum In The World
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THE BIGGEST LUNCHBOX MUSEUM IN THE WORLD



Written by Meadows Hulme
02 Monday 02nd September 2013

Lunchboxes used to be cool. No really, they did. They were metal and had images of The Fonz and Rambo on them. Not together of course, that would make for a strange movie, a smooth talking hardman with a passion for style and blood. Back to lunchboxes - they were a staple part of the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's child. However some do-good mothers from Florida in 1985 claimed that they were dangerous and kids were fighting with them, and that was that, they were deemed unsafe. Banned and gone forever, lunchboxes went from this:

To this:

However, a gentle soul from Columbus, Allen Woodall saw that with the banning of lunchboxes they then became collectible. He set about making a small collection for himself which then grew so much that it was time for a museum. If you didn't think that lunchboxes were cool, think again, Allen loves them and hearing him talking about them has totally changed my mind. 

Cool Hunting Video: The World's Largest Lunchbox Museum from Cool Hunting on Vimeo.

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