Following on from the great success of “Steam on the Levels” in June last year, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Easton Amos steam powered land drainage machine, the Museum is pleased to advise that we are holding the event again this year.
The Museum has a unique collection of stationary steam engines and pumps, acknowledged to be the largest in the South of England, narrow gauge railway used for transporting timber to our Marshall portable steam boiler and many other unusual items of interest, which together with the Grade II* listed buildings make for a fascinating day out. The Environment Agency’s modern pump house will also be on display.
Over the two days, we are expecting special guest exhibitors including Scammell lorry and living wagon, classic vehicles/bikes, tractors, portable engines and the Bridgwater Garrison, a an open air living history and re-enactment group.
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