The museum was founded in 2003 and was set up to cover the history and use of large engines in the 20th century. The museum houses one of the largest collections of working engines in Europe with engines running daily.
Internal Fire Museum of Power is a Registered Charity and dedicated to preserving some of the larger engines now being scrapped. This is becoming increasingly difficult for us due to the cost of removing and transporting the engines when they do become available.
The museum needs to raise funds to enable us to install and house our new acquisitions to the museum, and to carry on the preservation of the engines, for the next generation to enjoy and learn from.
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