The museum has the largest collection of operational historical military vehicles in Canada. We arrived at the museum just as a group of vehicles were returning from a parade in Oshawa. Rather than visiting the inside displays, we were taken through to the back so we could see the vehicles being put away.
Karen is checking out the driver's seat in this vehicle. None of them are spacious and none looked comfortable.
Inside, there are displays that trace the history of the regiments service through history. There is information about the evolution of gas masks during WWI, examples of cards sent by a soldier to his girl during WWI, some cartoons featuring Herbie. One very moving display is a helmet made by some local high school students which features a silver petal for each soldier who fell in Afghanistan and a red petal with Thank you written on it by students in the Multiple Exceptionalities Class at the school