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Get Your Historical Driver’s Licence Part III: Using Artifacts as Props

Or, Why Motorcars Were Made To Be Driven In my last two posts, I enthused about Fort Edmonton Park’s motorcars, and then explained (more or less) how to go about drivingĀ a Ford Model A from 1928. Now, let’s talk about … Continue reading

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Get Your Historical Driver’s Licence Part II: Behind the Wheel

(Last time: Get Your Historical Driver’s Licence Part I: Motorcars At Fort Edmonton) Now for the question I’m sure you’ve all been thinking: enough talk – so how does one actually go about driving a car from the 1920s? Note: … Continue reading

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Get Your Historical Driver’s Licence Part I: Motorcars At Fort Edmonton

One of the skills that I acquired while a costumed historical interpreter at Fort Edmonton ParkĀ that I most like to brag about is my ability to drive historical vehicles. Costumed interpreters learn a lot of interesting skills on the job … Continue reading

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