WDM Begins Steam Traction Engine Operation

Posted by Michelle Brownridge on May 27th, 2019

Some odd sounds and sights might be taking place on the North side of the city, but we're being reminded all is under control.

The Western Development Musem is hosting some of their annual training for staff and volunteers and train whistles and plumes of steam are all apart of the process. 

"We are holding a steam engine training operation course and it's going on over the next few weekends. Students will be learning how to operate and look after antique steam engines," explained Western Development Museum Manager, Kathy Fitton. "It is a closed course, there is no public access but people are going to see some unusual activity over here at the museum." Read more...

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