Cranking out some vintage tunes in Windsor

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WINDSOR--It's a walk down memory lane, moving along the radio dial.

Most museums offer a look at history from a distance, but there's one local one that brings your childhood living room to life.

On this week's Hidden History, photojournalist Mike Townsend takes us to Windsor's Vintage Radio and Communication Museum, where Michelangelo, Van Gogh and Monet have been replaced by Zenith, Magnavox and Commodore 64.

For more on the museum's hours and location, click here.