Train Days with the Golden Horseshoe Live SteamersREGION 3: Hamilton, Halton and Brant 900 Woodward Ave., Hamilton, ON Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology
ABOUT THE EVENT / PROMOTION
Catch a ride on a miniature train, operated by the Golden Horseshoe Live Steamers! Various model engines will be running on the miniature railroad track at the museum. Make sure to head to the Pumphouse to learn about Hamilton’s first Waterworks, built in 1859. Light refreshments will be sold at the “Keefer Café” in the museum gift shop.
Trains are running on the following dates: May 27 & 28; June 10 & 25; July 16 & 30; September 10 & 24.
The Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology, also known as the “Steam Museum”, is located on the site of the 1859 Hamilton Waterworks complex. This National Historic Site is recognized as a civil and power engineering landmark. Today the museum preserves two massive steam-powered beam engines, which pumped water in Hamilton from 1859 to 1910, as well as a collection of artifacts relating Hamilton’s industrial past. The museum interprets Hamilton’s relationship with water, steam power, and industrialisation.
The museum offers guided tours, public programs, and special events.