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Babcock-Wilcox & Goldie McCulloch Boiler Nameplate

From 1932 until 1965 Ten  Babcock and Wilcox Sterling type boilers were installed in Rossdale These boilers supplied steam to drive the turbines The early boiler were coal fired 1932 until 1950 They were converted to natural gas in 1951 The later ...
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Escher Wyss Turbine Nameplate

These plates were on Clover Bar turbines 1 and 2 These units were placed in service in 1970 and 1973 Each unit had a capacity of 165 MWs They were manufactured in Switzerland  
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Babcock Boiler Nameplate

This Cast Aluminum nameplate was taken from the No. 8 Babcock and Wilcox Boiler at the Rossdale Power Plant. Ten Babcock and Wilcox Sterling type boilers were installed at Rossdale Power Plant between 1932 and 1966 These boilers supplied the steam required ...
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Parsons Nameplate

Nameplate from 30 MW Parsons generator. There were a total of eight (8) Parsons Turbine-Generators, installed at the Rossdale Generating  station  between 1927 and  1966
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Sign 750 Sub-station

Sign attached to the RIVERDALE Sub Station This was a 5 KV substation – Primary supply 15KV (13,800 volt) with 5KV (4160 volt) secondary feeder circuits, for distribution This substation was located at 87 St and 103A Ave one block north of the west ...
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Boiler Nameplate

This nameplate  was on the #1 boiler at the Clover Bar Generating Station, which was installed in 1969. The boiler was a 2100 psi Radiant Boiler. Manufacturer: Babcock & Wilcox Dimensions: 12" x 18" x 1/8" Material: Aluminum Serial #: 62850
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Edmonton Power Historical Foundation

Hours of operation 2019

The museum is open May 25 & 26July 20 & 21, and Sept 14, 2019.

We are also open to groups by appointment.

If you wish to arrange a tour please contact us via our contact form or at the postal mailing address.

We are located on the grounds of the Leduc West Antique Museum. Travel 5 miles west of Leduc on Highway 39. Go north on Range Road 260 (Cohne Dale Road) for about a mile and the museum will be on your right.

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