Our new url: www.buffaloharbor.org is live and redirects to the Lower Lakes website, here. It will take some time to migrate everything to the new site, but until that time, this site will remain up and running.
New postings to the Buffalo Harbor Museum web pages will be shaded in green.
Buffalo Harbor Museum will be host to the “Explore Buffalo” group for a behind the scenes look at the Museum archive storage not open to the public in addition to the vast display of objects of historic, artistic and scientific interest that are on the first floor of the museum. Twenty to thirty minute "mini tours" of the archives on the upper floors on February 26, 2017 @ 1:00 PM.
Ship's bell from the S.S. Canadiana.
The image is too small for the engraving to be seen on the center of the bell.
The Buffalo Harbor Museum is supported by grants from:
• The Baird Foundation
• Erie County
WHAT'S NEW ON THE WEBSITE
... New Book
"Fire and Water" See the Ship's store for more details.
WHAT'S NEW AT THE MUSEUM Erie Canal in Buffalo - This classic wood grain elevator was once a landmark in Buffalo's inner harbor now dramatically captured in a scale model.
Erie Canal in Buffalo - Updates to our display are completed with new photos, and maps.
Ship's Bell from the S.S. Canadiana - Recently acquired, the ship's bell from Western New York's iconic passenger steamer, was often heard but seldom seen. Cast in 1910, this bell is a true Canadiana relic.
COMING SOON TO THE MUSEUM
Clinometer from the S.S. Canadiana - The clinometer is a gauge that measures a ship's list. This recent acquisition ib an excellent example of 1910 maritime technology. Made of brass, this new acquisition contains the indicator arm (like the arm on a analog clock - about 18 inches long) and the list scale. It will be formally mounted on a plaque and will be included in the Canadiana display noted below.
Expanded Grain Elevator Exhibit- Will feature new photos of Buffalo's Grain Elevators both wood and concrete with a master locator map.
Canadiana Display (Crystal Beach Boat) - This has been posted here for some time, but the display is still in design to include many new exciting artifacts from Buffalo's favorite passenger steamer.
Recently acquired child's life jacket dating back to 1916 and most likely a 1910 original from her inaugural year.
Adult life jacket from the 1950s.
Overhead light fixture.
Crystal Beach Line ticket printing plate
Commemorative plaque cut from her propeller shaft.
Sectioned ring from cut from her hull where a portal would window was mounted.
Crystal Beach Park Display - The primary port-of-call for the Canadiana, to compliment the Canadiana display.
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