The Internal Fire Museum is a small museum dedicated to the history of the internal combustion engine in industry over the last 100 years. The collection covers early oil engines through to gas turbines but with the emphasis on diesel power from the 1920s to the 1960s. Exhibits are displayed in as near to the original working environment as possible so that vistors can see, smell and hear what these engines did. The museum runs engines 7 days a week during the summer months and by arrangement in the winter period.