Steam Engine Education

Steam schools carefully prepare students at all levels, from beginners to tomorrow's engineers.


| February 2015



Rough and Tumble Steam School

The Rough and Tumble Engineers Historical Assn.'s two-day steam school takes place on the Saturday after their Spring Steam Up, and the Saturday after their International Harvester show.

Photo courtesy Rough and Tumble Steam School

Looking for a fun, informative way to finally get your hands on a steam engine? Enroll in a steam school this year to learn from life-long engineers.

From valuable classroom learning to cleaning tubes to chugging along the grounds, there’s no better way to discover the thrills of safe steam engine operation and maintenance. Courses fill quickly, so don’t wait to register. FC

Iowa

Midwest Old Threshers Reunion Steam School
When: May 16-17
Where: Midwest Old Threshers show grounds, Mt. Pleasant
Tuition: $75

The two-day course offers classroom instruction and hands-on experience. Materials and two noon meals are included.

For more information: CEO Terry McWilliams, 405 E. Threshers Rd., Mt. Pleasant, IA 52641; (319) 385-8937; email: info@oldthreshers.org.

Heritage Park of North Iowa 14th Annual Steam Engineer School
When: May 16-17
Where: Heritage Park of North Iowa, Forest City
Tuition: $40