Where the Magic Happens

The Sands Mechanical Museum contains many mechanical wonders, including pinball machines, nimble cars like the Super Seven and Elise, and unusual time pieces.

The goal is to reference the wonderful world of mechanical marvels, to astound and amaze you with the things mechanical, both old and new.

Yes, this is a family run business.

We will be happy to develop websites similar to this one.  We focus on virtual museums and other educational websites.  We are also capable of developing and running forums as demonstrated by TheTradersDen.org.

We also specialize in developing websites for artists. This provides an easy way for an artist to display their work and to conduct some minimal business. The artist displays their work in albums, provides a profile, lists the events of interest, and can even host workshops. We currently have four artists being hosted here at the Sands Mechanical Museum:

You can contact us by visiting the contact page referenced in the index to the right.

Lynne and Michael, webmasters


"First, one must perform perfectly. The computer resembles the magic of legend in this respect, too. If one character, one pause, of the incantation is not strictly in proper form, the magic doesn't work. Human beings are not accustomed to being perfect, and few areas of human activity demand it. Adjusting to the requirement for perfection is, I think, the most difficult part of learning to program."

Fredrick P. Brooks, Jr.  1975