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What is the market information for the flea market on route 206 in New Jersey?

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As of 2015, the Columbus Farmers Market Complex on Route 206 in New Jersey is the oldest and largest flea market in the Delaware Valley. It offers thousands of items for sale in the outdoor flea market and includes over 65 retail stores in the indoor market. The market includes a produce row for fresh food, a flower row and an Amish market, which sells furniture, sheds and gazebos.

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The market also has a storage center where shoppers can store their purchases until they are ready to take them home. The storage facility offers 24-hour access.

The market also includes the Central Jersey Equipment store, which offers John Deere farming equipment, STIHL handheld tools and Honda power equipment. The store also provides parts and repair services for all of the products that it sells.

The Columbus Antiques Mall features two buildings that sell antiques and collectibles. J&L Sheds and Furniture sells indoor and outdoor furniture, play equipment, gazebos and sheds.

The market originally began in 1919 as an auction house for cattle and horses. It then expanded to selling and auctioning a wide variety of farm animals, farm machinery and fresh eggs. In 1988, the original owners sold the property to its current owners, who expanded the size and offerings to what the market has today.

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