Gasoline Alley comes to life
Just spent the day at the new Heritage Park Gasoline Alley Museum. It’s a grand opening of the 1930’s street and new entrance to Heritage Park.
Inside if a great display of the Auto Memorabilia from the early part of the 20th Century including a old style Service Station, and displays of period storefronts, including a Safeway store and a Shell Station.
There’s still more to do on the 1930’s Street – but it includes a photo studio, a general store, and a demonstration brewery provided by Big Rock Breweries – plus a recreation of a Sandstone CPR Railway station – which will hold an interpretative centre, and the Railroad Cafe when the park opens for full operation in May.