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It runs on rails... Some vintage equipment works in the background during the Simcoe County Museum's "Last Blast" event. This piece of mine equipment was hooked up to a vintage compressor. In previous years it was on display in another location but not operating. The Historical Construction Equipment Association (H.C.E.A) of Canada has restored and operates many pieces of equipment at the museum. It's quite interesting to see them working.
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Caption: It runs on rails... Some vintage equipment works in the background during the Simcoe County Museum's "Last Blast" event. This piece of mine equipment was hooked up to a vintage compressor. In previous years it was on display in another location but not operating. The Historical Construction Equipment Association (H.C.E.A) of Canada has restored and operates many pieces of equipment at the museum. It's quite interesting to see them working.

Photographer:
Eric May [131] (more) (contact)
Date: 10/13/2018 (search)
Railway: Industrial (search)
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City/Town: Midhurst (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. This unit was saved and donated by Roger & Charles Matthews. Here is a link to it in operation.
    https://youtu.be/J1yWUs7jxO4

  2. Interesting, thanks

  3. It says Eimco 21 on the back of the unit. Th track gauge looks a bit wider than 18″

  4. What make is this ?
    Is it 18- or 20-in gauge ?

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