Welcome to the Pioneer Threshermans Association,
our Museum and what is fondly known as Triangle Hall.
Our association is more than just a museum...
We have provided a community meeting place for 50 years, have celebrated Canada Day together for decades and danced together at the monthly jamborees. We hold regular flea markets, community suppers and entertain a number of other activities at this historic location. The facility is available for private functions and events.
Some of our museum artifacts are displayed on this website, however you will need to stop by and see the historic buildings, our church and extraordinary collection of antique farm equipment at our museum.
We have a long and rich history, starting in 1962 a group of people decided to focus their efforts on collecting old steam machines. This dedicated group gathered up so much antique equipment, that they needed a new location to store it all.
Land was donated to them at Triangle corner (where highway 2 splits toward McLennan), and from this humble starting point they created the museum where other people could come and view this equipment and work together in restoring these pieces back to running order.
The association is also the proud owner of a 1914 Case steam engine, not only is it rare to see, it has been fully restored to running condition. This is one of only two left in Western Canada. Every Canada Day she is fired up and paraded for all to see.
This website, will showcase our museum, provide a guideline to all our activities and give you a taste of nostalgia. We would love to welcome you and your family here!