For newspaper films, it seems de rigeur to have a scene shot in the printing press room. "The Post" (2017) is a recent example, with extensive printing scenes including close-ups of typesetting and shots of newspapers flying along the delivery belt (though doesn't show the printing drums or folding).
Where are these sort of shots made? It would seem too expensive for a studio to maintain a printing room. Is there a museum that maintains running presses? Are there still commercial printers that use the old typesetters that then show up in film?