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Western Development Museum Holds Spectacle of Heritage

Posted by Michelle Brownridge on August 12th, 2019

The 19th century was back in Moose Jaw on Saturday at the Western Development Museum. Blow Off Some Steam Day had trains, locomotive wagon rides, ice cream by the Cone Artist, and tons of old fashioned cars on show. Dean Redman, engineer and train operator, explained the event.

"We have a big event here today, that all-encompasses what steam was like back in 1890 up to 1940 and 50. The engine that I operate is the Vulcan Locomotive, which was a coal mining engine, and we also have operators out in the parking lot operating a 75 horse case that is giving people rides." Read more...

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