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
Beechcraft Expedittor Floatplane (fuselage only).
70's CF Feedom Fighter
60 % scale CF-105 Avor Arrow
Sno Bird Tutor
The museum part is one half shed and one half walk throughn building.The second half contains uniforms, medals dating back to the 1880's, warbooks, manuals, rifles, swords, basyonets and a large number of model airplanes.
A complete tour of a/c and museum takes about 45 minutes. Outside is a Korean era Jeep and a 1942 Indian scout motorcycle, used in parades. Also a small number of a/c engines.
Hours are Saturday 10:00-4:00.. Tours are also by appointment . No admission, however donations are appreciated.
Locating the museum on Albert Street off Grand Road/Highway 30 can be a problem, as there is no big museum sign on Grand Road. Albert Street is one block south of a Tim Hortons. GPS is probably the best way of locating the museum.
Although the museum is small, a history of aviation waits for a visitor. I would recommend a visit.
Jack L., Syracuse, New York.
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