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New England Wireless & Steam Museum
1300 Frenchtown Road
East Greenwich, RI
Statement of Purpose:
Engineering museum encouraging better teaching of math and physics and
also preserving important archives.
The New England Wireless and Steam Museum is composed of five buildings.
The red building houses the wireless and radio collection.
The next building is the Massie wireless station, "PJ", built in 1907. It
is the oldest surviving working wireless station in the world. It was moved
to this site from Point Judith, RI.to avoid demolition.
The building in the center houses the stationary steam engine collection.
This collection includes the only surviving George H. Corliss engine running
under steam today.
The Mayes building named in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Thorn L. Mayes, longtime
supporters of the museum. The Mayes building houses the library and the
collection of steam engine models.
The last building is a meeting house built in 1822. This building was also
moved to this site to avoid demolition. The meeting house is available for
meetings and weddings, etc.
Yankee Steam-up & Yankee Tune-up.
Check with us at a later date.
Robert W. Merriam, Director
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