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2610 Lorne Ave
Saskatoon, SK

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Transportation Gallery


This exhibit includes a wide range of vehicles from horsedrawn to motorized including agricultural, commercial and private vehicles.

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Transportation Gallery Panorama

Visit GIGAPAN.org for an interactive look at the Transportation Gallery, courtesy of photographer David Fahie.


Feature Artifacts and Exhibits

1927 Derby

1927 DerbyIt's been 90 years since the Derby dream began in Saskatoon. The public had its first chance to see the restored Derby at Rock 102's Show & Shine Sunday, August 24, 2014 in front of the Canada Building on 21st Street where Derby Motor Cars had its office in 1924.

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Exhibit: Fuelled by Innovation

Explore the world of alternate fuel vehicles. Some are homegrown in Saskatchewan; others came from beyond our borders. From the practical to the fanciful, all reflect a spirit of innovation.

Connect past to present as you discover that many of today’s innovations are rooted in yesterday’s ideas. Find out more about Fuelled by Innovation -->


Exhibit: Plains, Trains & Other Things

A delightful gallery of miniatures and models, featuring two major railway displays and a handmade panorama, showing the evolution of Saskatchewan farmsteads.

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Wind Turbine Model

This model of the Lux turbine, created by Saskatoon innovator Glen Lux, was built for demonstration at the 2012 American Wind Energy Association conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

Glen Lux scored a big win, taking first place in the Sustainable Technologies category of the 2013 Create the Future Design Contest.

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Saskatoon Streetcar

Six shiny new streetcars set out on the inaugural run of the Saskatoon Municipal Railway (SMR) on January 1, 1913. SMR #12 is the only surviving car from the original fleet. In fact, very few streetcars of this period have survived anywhere in Canada.

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Ornithopter

Ralph Vallevand of Elbow, Saskatchewan dreamed of flying like a bird. In true pioneer spirit, he set about to build a machine that would make his dream a reality.

Find out more about the ornithopter in "To Fly Like a Bird..." -->


Minneapolis-Moline UDLX Comfortractor

Couple standing in front of their Comford TractorMinneapolis-Moline designed its new tractor for the comfort and safety of the operator. The Comfortactor boasted at least six tractor industry firsts: enclosed cab, heater, cigar lighter, windshield wipers, clock and radio.

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1960 Plymouth Fury

1960 Plymouth Fury

Purchased new in Saskatoon in 1960 and used until 1975. It is an example of Chrysler’s unibody construction in which a single welded unit is both body and frame.


1948 Chrysler Coupe

red 1948 Chrysler CoupePurchased originally for $3200 from a Saskatoon dealership. The car was last driven about 1960.