IN 1913
LIGHTS ON
through the Power House home to the Melfort & District Museum
Melfort & District Museum 401 Melfort Street, Melfort SK 306 752 5870 melfort.museum2@sasktel.net melfort.museum@sasktel.net
DISCOVER
Throwing the switch in 1913
JOURNEY
The red brick structure of the Melfort Power House was built in 1912 - 1913. By June of 1913 the transformers and generators arrived. The 150 horsepower engine was projected to allow the plant to create approximately 23,000 volts. A second engine was added at a later date in 1915.
The Power House is used as the Museums main office Inside you will find a variety of small displays, which are changed periodically
Settlers memorabilia Indigenous Peoples Exhibit in the Power House Settlers memorabilia The Melfort Journal formerly know as "The Melfort Moon" Reminding us of the Ole West MUCC Class of 1970 memorabilia
EXPLORE
LIGHTS ON IN 1913
Melfort & District Museum (306)752-5870 melfort.museum2@sasktel.net melfort.museum@sasktel.net
through the Power House home to the Melfort & District Museum
DISCOVER
Throwing the switch in 1913
JOURNEY
The red brick structure of the Melfort Power House was built in 1912 - 1913. By June of 1913 the transformers and generators arrived. The 150 horsepower engine was projected to allow the plant to create approximately 23,000 volts. A second engine was added at a later date in 1915.
The Power House is used as the Museums main office. Inside you will find a variety of small displays, which are changed periodically
EXPLORE
Settlers memorabilia Indigenous Peoples Exhibit in the Power House Settlers memorabilia The Melfort Journal formerly know as "The Melfort Moon" Reminding us of the Ole West MUCC Class of 1970 memorabilia