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I have dropped by almost every year for the past 30 years. Before Harold passed away we would spend hours talking about different things from his amazing collection. I served in the Canadian Armed Forces back in the early to mid 1980's. I was in...More
The museum was initially created by one man who was a most welcoming and interesting person to meet, being full of tales linked to his collection of artefacts. It is good that the museum continues to entertain and inform a constant flow of visitors.
There is quit a diverse collection of many items from WW2 and mostly to do with Canadian interests/ You need to phone ahead for viewing. It is well worth the visit. I have been there many times. Constantly changing it is a good representation of...More
It won't take more than 15 minutes to see everything this little museum has to offer, but it's sufficiently interesting that it's worth a few minutes of your time. Kids generally love the junkyard charm of this place.
Stopped by while the owner wa away so the technician in the Replicar shop gave us a tour of their shop while waiting for the owner. Amazing vehicles and excellent workmanship. After waiting a while, he showed up. It was worth the wait. So much...More
I stumbled online onto the late Harold Carlaw's personal museum, known as the Memorial Military Museum located at 226 Albert Street, in Campbellford, Ontario. I was in the area in a few months and contacted the museum for a visit. The hours are 10 am...More
The museum's collection of a/c are privately owm
ned. All are outside and are non-flyable. A/c are from the 50's into the 70's. Most are in fairly good condition.
The a/c list includes:
50's Canadian Silver Star
WW 11 Trainer
60's CF-100 Canuck