THE CANADIAN DRILLING RIG MUSEUM INC.

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The Canadian drilling rig, the most proud and prominent feature of the museum located in the park like setting in Rainham Centre, Ontario. The classic wooden derrick, a twenty metre structure, is the Canadian Drilling Rig, the last known working example of this type of rig, anywhere.This excellent example of Canadiana is a fully working reconstruction of a natural gas drilling rig that worked in Haldimand, Norfolk and Stevensville in the 1930's. It's last place of work was the Acton area.
This is a monument to the origins and history of a fundamental Canadian industry.

 
Home ] [ Starting the Museum ] [ Our Mission ] [ Our Goals ] [ Discover ]
[ Explore ] [Enjoy] [ Did you know ] [ Drillers ] [ Teamsters ] [ Tool Dressers ]
[ Photos & Videos ] [ Volunteers ] [ Press & Awards ] [ Upcoming Events ] [ Contact Us ]