Final tasks in workshop.

 We worked hard to get the crane finished on time, in total it spent 5 months in the workshop. The crane was painted orange as it was restored to the last known working condition. Other last minute tasks carried out before the crane left the workshop were to fit the

Volunteer with us!

The Musgrave Engine is a unique engine of historic importance (a scheduled Ancient Monument no less) in a very poor condition. After 36 years of dereliction, it is time to stop the decay! Mae’r injan stêm Musgrave yn peiriant hanesyddol unigryw (ac yn Heneb Gofrestredig ar ben hynny), ond mae

From Rust to Polish!

November | Tachwedd 2018 February | Chwefror 2019   Over 100 people joined us at Henderson Engineering on 9th & 10th February to have a close-up look at the wonderfully restored Musgrave Crane. Visitors had the chance to meet and chat with the team of volunteers who have undertaken the incredible work. The

Local children inspired by Musgrave Crane

At the end of last term a group of volunteers from the Musgrave Crane restoration team visited local primary schools to teach the children about cranes with a special emphasis on the Musgrave Crane. The children finished the session by designing their own cranes using simple materials – take a look at