The New England Wireless and Steam Museum is once again firing up the big boiler and connecting dozens of steam engines, large and small. It’s an incredible sight; you’ll see tabletop steam engines, huge industrial steam engines, and even some steam powered vehicles. As a bonus, the wireless museum is open, with all sorts of amazing equipment from the early days of radio. And if previous years are any indication, the Massie Station spark gap transmitter will be up and running.
The Original Yankee Steam-Up
For model makers, Machinists, Engineers & Historians
Saturday September 29, 2007
1300 Frenchtown Road, East Greenwich, RI 02818
Steam & Compressed Air for Models.
Licensed Boilers & Licensed Engineers.
New Englands Largest Steam-Up Boiler.
Giant Working Steam Engines & Hot Air & IC.
Admission is $15 and children under 12 get in for $5. All Steam-Up proceeds go to the museum’s upkeep. For more information, call (401) 885-0545 or visit the web site.
4 thoughts on “Yankee Steam-Up this weekend in East Greenwich, RI”
I’ll be there!
Is there a rain date? Jim
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