Moose Jaw WDM -
History of Transportation
From overland trails and natural waterways to the coming of the railway and automobile, the Moose Jaw WDM highlights the artifacts that changed the face of the prairies.
- Snowbirds Gallery
- Winning the Prairie Gamble
- Classy Cars
- Rail Gallery
- WDM Short Line
- Aviation Gallery
- and much, much more!
All the latest about the Moose Jaw WDM.
The WDM celebrates all of our volunteers all year and during
National Volunteer Week
April 12-18, 2015
The WDM has just released its statistics for the volunteer hours that have been donated by its very dedicated volunteer core in 2014. 54,737 hours of volunteer service were donated to the WDM locations in Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Saskatoon, Yorkton as well as the Curatorial Centre.
Hats off to the incredible commitment our volunteer make to to the WDM, helping make us a living and vibrant Museum!
Find the Piper Cub Contest at Moose Jaw WDM
WDM Piper Cub has landed! Can you find it in the Museum?
It can land on a dime so it could be anywhere.
If you can find it, tell us where on an entry form and enter it for the draw. If your answer is correct you could win your very own plush Piper Cub.
The Piper Cub lands in a different spot every month so keep coming back! Find out more about the Piper Cub Contest -->
Take a look inside our Rail Gallery
The Rail Gallery presents some of the largest artifacts in the WDM collection including CPR steam locomotive 2634, CPR diesel-electric locomotive 6553, a superintendent's coach built in the 1880s, a combination baggage and passenger coach, and a caboose. A model railway diorama gives a miniature look at transportation by rail.