Cultural visit by the Mooseheads to:
The Museum of Fenland Drainage / Prickwillow Engine Museum.
'The mainstay of the collection is the six large diesel pumping engines, all British-built and of early to mid twentieth century design, rescued from Fenland pumping stations. The Mirrlees engine is the original engine installed at Prickwillow in 1924, the remainder have been rescued from other sites.
The large engines (including two manufactured by W.H. Allen) are complemented by a collection of small, portable, engines by Lister, Petter and other manufacturers.'