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K+S Potash Canada Short Line 101

The 1914 Vulcan was originally used in a coal mine in southern Alberta then at sodium sulphate mines in Alsask, SK and Bishopric, SK. In 1958 the engine was acquired by the Western Development Museum. Rebuilt in 1978 as engine 101, the Vulcan steams along the Short Line track (seasonal) on the Moose Jaw WDM grounds, to the delight of visitors. It is the only operating steam locomotive in Saskatchewan.

History   |   Locomotive Restoration 2010-2011
Learn to Run the K+S Potash Canada Short Line 101

The Whistle is Back!

Thanks to K+S Potash Canada, the WDM Moose Jaw completed the rebuild of the ¼ mile track, ensuring the safety of passengers and crew. The Museum will also be creating an education program to train certified operators and crew volunteers, and have partnered with K+S Potash Canada on a program  providing passes to patients and families staying at the Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital.


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Ride the K+S Potash Canada
Short Line 101

Return of the 101

The K+S Potash Canada Short Line 101 is chugging around the tracks once again!

Hop aboard and make some memories that will last a lifetime!


$5 per ride
$15 per family per ride (2 adults and dependent children)

Tickets can be purchased at the front desk.

2019 K+S Potash Canada Short Line 101 Schedule:



The K+S Potash Canada Short Line is weather dependent.

Before making a special trip to ride the train, please call the WDM Moose Jaw at 306-693-5989 to confirm that it is running. There may be extenuating circumstances that causes last minute changes to the schedule.

The K+S Potash Canada Short Line 101 is operated by qualified Museum volunteers, licensed by the Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan (TSASK).



The WDM would like to thank K+S Potash Canada for their generous support. We would also like to thank Canadian Pacific Railway, Cypress Paving Ltd., Saskatchewan Lego Users Group, SaskTel Pioneers, Teamsters Canada Rail Conference, Thunder Creek Model Railroad Club, Vintage Aircraft Restorers, and many other local supporters.

Thank you to Ironhorse Railroad Contractors for all the work that went into rebuilding the ¼ mile track.


Call 306-693-5989 or email

Learn more about how we got 'back on track'.


101 Engineer