New England Model Engineering Show

What do trains, flutes, and clocks all have in common?
Visitors can find out at the 16th annual New England Model Engineering Show held at the Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation in Waltham, Mass.
This festival will feature model engineers showcasing their working creations – steam engines, gasoline engines, aircraft engines, Stirling cycle engines, clocks, locomotives, moving puzzles, mini machines, pinhole cameras, wooden vehicle modes, model boats, and much more. There will be 100+ working machines on display, as well as hands-on demonstrations to learn from.
See footage from last year’s show

The event will run on February 18th, 2012 from 10am to 4pm, with admission set at $7 for adults, $5 for children ages 6-12.
Children under 6, active and retired military, and CRMI members are free.
http://www.crmi.org/exhibits/temporary-exhibits-at-crmi/past-exhibits/steampunk-form-and-function-an-exhibition-of-innovation-invention-gadgetry/

The Charles River Museum of Industry is located at 154 Moody Street in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Parking is located in the Municipal Parking Lot on the corner of Pine and Copper Street, behind the Embassy theater. For GPS directions to the museum, input 19 Pine Street.
Maximum parking is $2 for 12 hours. Once parked, use Waltham’s only foot bridge to cross the river, and follow the path to the Museum’s front door.

About Belinda Jentz

Belinda is a Native of the Midwest she holds degrees from Curry College, BA and Willmar Vo Tech ,Technical degree in Photography. When she's not pursuing her passion and talent for photography she manages a database for a major university in the Boston area. Belinda as well Volunteers her time and talent with Dr Jane Goodall’s Roots and shoots.
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