Museum History
Heritage Fibers Dedication
2018 Spring Exhibition

Exhibit: Farquhar Steam Engine

A. B. Farquhar Steam Engine This portable steam engine was built in 1922 and is rated at forty horsepower. The current pop-off valve is set for fifty pounds per square inch, and it usually...

Exhibit: Shingle Mill

A nice shingle mill donated by Dave Forsythe in late 2010.

Exhibit: Lane Sawmill

LANE SAWMILL — 1920 Mill information from the 1997 newsletters as reported by Paul Shirley. February 1997 I called Ross Goodyear after the meeting. His mill is not available to us this year. I feel...

Exhibit: Vertical Sawmill

Vertical Sawmill Building Plans Vertical Sawmill Building Construction, Nov 12, 2012 to present Vertical Sawmill: Paul Moore, Ken Tupper and Reg Chester have begun work on a new building to house the vertical sawmill....

Exhibit: Cobbler Shop

Also Known As Canton Shoe Shop, ca. 1950 Cobbler Shop Background Information Herbie Haven (1930-1996) was one of Canton’s personalities and a businessman who made a difference in the life of our history. His...

Exhibit: Antique Tractor Building

Project Chairman Reggie Chester really dug in and did a masterful job of planning and funding the construction of the Museum’s Tractor Building. Speed was not a goal, but the project was one of...

Exhibit: Schoolhouse No.12

No. 12 Schoolhouse from the Town of LeRay was donated to the St. Lawrence Power & Equipment Museum by the Indian River Central School District in 2010. At that time it stood midway between...

Exhibit: Goolden-Mann FarmHouse

The property consists of 115 acres. The barn is 30 x 70feet in area. A milking parlor with hay mow above is on one end, and a haymow and stable are on the other....

2018 Spring Exhibition

Our 36th Annual Spring Exhibition was held on June 9th and 10th. The weather made up for its past indiscretions with bright sun and cool breezes at the 36th Annual Spring Exhibition. And visitors turned...