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Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology
Canada
900 Woodward Avenue at QEW. A national historic site. Hamilton's first pumphouse. Museum in original 1859 Hamilton Waterworks. Guided tours available.
Copyright: Peter Young
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Uploaded: 20/03/2013
Updated: 22/03/2013
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Tags: museum; hamilton; waterworks; historic; machinery; technology
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