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Clyde Stationary Engine Museum Inc.

Four people with a love of engines started this museum some 12 years ago, in the Clyde Railway Station built in 1907. All of the exhibits will run, including an 1886 American Straw Press, 1910 Burrell Steam Tractor, 1925 Aveling Steam Roller and more than 100 working stationary engines.

The governing society also conducts tours of the Clyde Dam and drainage tunnels, and operates the Dunstan Information Centre.

Contact Details
Postal address iconP O Box 43, Clyde
Telephone number icon64-3-449 2400
Email address iconatandrew@es.co.nz

Visitor Information
Physical address iconFraser Street, Clyde, New Zealand
Hours of operation iconDec-Apr: Sat-Sun or by arrangement
Charges iconAdult $2 Child $1

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