The Vista Forge at the Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum offers classes in blacksmithing at several skill levels, providing the opportunity to try an ancient craft, make useful and decorative pieces, and learn classic techniques of both tool making and architectural ironwork.  The Blacksmith barn located in Building G, has over 15 forging stations, and shares space with a wheelwright shop and a line shaft powered machine shop.  During the twice annual Antique Engine & Tractor Shows, the single-cylinder kerosene engine in the barn is fired up allowing blacksmiths to use the 200 pound Bradley Helve Power Hammer.