This was a very complex project, which first required us to have a basic understanding of how the engine works - what drives what, when and why. Thankfully, one of the museum's engineers patiently worked with us. Unfortunately, there are no remaining plans for the engine, so Claire spent a whole day there, photographing and measuring every single visible component. The idea was to have the animation running on a big screen, next to the actual Peace Engine, which was run every afternoon. It is difficult for folk to get a general understanding of where everything is in the building, what connects to what. Hence the faint representations of the enclosing structures. Our work won the Association for Industrial Archaeology's Peter Neaverson Award for Digital Initiative and Innovation, in 2016.