Sylvaire Bushmaster II

Sylvaire Bushmaster II

The Sylvaire Bushmaster II in our museum was built in 1988 and was used primarily as a recreational plane. Our aircraft was generously donated by a man from Alberta after he retired from flying. Our plane has the nickname “Cloud Dancer”.   ...
Auster A.O.P. Mk. VI

Auster A.O.P. Mk. VI

The Auster A.O.P. Mk. VI was a British military light observation plane produced by Auster Aircraft Limited from 1946 to 1953. Canada received a total of 34 Auster 6’s in 1948 for training military observers in Rivers, Manitoba. The Auster plane in our museum is one...
SNow plane

SNow plane

Snow plane or aluminum can on a steel tubing frame, mounted on skis and powered by an airplane engine complete with a propellor. This snow plane was built by Mr. Flath, and his brother Robert Flath, at their farm in Rosthern. The 190 horsepower Lycoming aircraft...
Pietenpol Air Camper C-GNDX

Pietenpol Air Camper C-GNDX

Pietenpol Air Camper C-GNDX The Air Camper was designed out of  spruce and plywood, in hopes the plane would be  affordable and easy to construct for home builders. Building an Air Camper required basic woodworking skills and tools, knowledge of welding, and the...