CLARION, Iowa — A northern Iowa museum is settling into its new home after the building moved to a new location in Clarion.

The Mason City Globe Gazette reports the 4-H Schoolhouse Museum was moved to a new location on Tuesday.

The school museum was loaded on a truck and driven through the city until it reached a gravel road on the west side of Clarion. Then the building cut a path across a field to reach its new home.

The school museum will now be part of the Heartland Museum complex.

Information from: Globe Gazette,

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