I need your help!

- Pikku-Pässi  


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In the centre of the famous Fiskars ironworks lives a tiny black and green steam locomotive named Pikku-Pässi built in 1890. Pikku-Pässi is Finland’s first and oldest narrow-gauge steam locomotive that transported raw materials to the ironworks and distributed ready-made and acclaimed Fiskars products around the world.

During feasts and festivals Pikku-Pässi’s carriages were decorated, and both locals and celebrities like Mannerheim and Bobrikoff went on trips. After the railroad closed down, our beloved Pikku-Pässi stood unemployed outside in the rain and cold. Playing children and their liveliness has kept spirits high, but now it’s time to give Pikku Pässi all the help we can. You can help too!


Save Pikku-Pässi is a project administered by Fiskars Museum. The Fiskars Museum preserves and examines ironworks culture from the 17th century to present. The steam locomotive Pikku-Pässi belongs to Fiskars Museum’s collections.

Your support is vital in enabling the Museum to fulfil its mission of bringing Finland’s first narrow-gauge steam locomotive back to life again.

During the year 2018 Pikku Pässi’s exterior surface will be restored. To bring Pikku-Pässi back to the rails again, we need your help. You can help by making a one-time donation of your choice for the restoration work. Contact the museum or directly the Project Officer and Researcher Kenneth Silver at Kenneth.Silver@fiskarsmuseum.fi.

In 2018 you can also participate in the project by becoming a museum volunteer. In September 2018 we are going to Sweden to visit local Railway Museums. 

In 2019 it will be 130 years since they first started building Finland’s first narrow-gauge railway with steam traffic. By the year 2019 we also wish to hear the sound from Pikku Pässi’s steam whistle once again!

Thank you for supporting the work to save the oldest narrow-gauge steam locomotive in Finland!



Fiskarsin museo, Peltorivi 13, 10470 Fiskars, Finland

+358 (0)45 1808111  info@fiskarsmuseum.fi