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FOWLER Road Locomotive “THE LION”
No. 14115, built 1914
Reg No. XC 9653
The well known example of a Fowler B6 type heavy haulage road locomotive.
Built new during the First World War, “The Lion” operated in France during the conflict before entering civilian ownership, latterly joining various heavy haulage firms, including Pickfords.
3 speeds, compound cylinders, sprung front and rear and fitted with rubber tyres. Electric lighting via a Stones Turbo (steam turbine) generator set.
With current boiler certificates.
A truly magnificent machine with an excellent pedigree.
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DYSON Heavy Haulage Trailer
80 Ton capacity
This impressive heavy haulage draw-bar trailer is believed made by Dyson & Co, Liverpool c1930.
8 heavy cast wheels with solid tyres, turntable steering, A-frame tow-bar and steel bed. Used by the well known Manchester heavy haulage companies, including Pickfords.
ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION Co. 110 Volt Dynamo
110 Volts D.C.
91 Amps @ 1,000 r.p.m.
No. 38493, Built 1914
Formerly fitted to a Foden showmans engine, this is an attractive pre WW1 vintage dynamo by The Electric Construction Company Ltd, Wolverhampton. Believed in good condition.
COCHRAN & Co. Miniature Cutaway Steam Boiler
A genuine salesmans model, this is a half-cutaway miniature dome topped rivetted steel steam boiler by Cochran & Co. of Annan, Scotland.
1 1/2″ scale miniature of a 7Ft diameter boiler.
Cutaway boiler demonstrates the workings of the Cochran cross-tube vertical boiler, including coal firing firebox, fire-tubes and smokebox, and all the typical Cochran features of full size boilers including external firebox and mud hole doors.
Mounted on a wooden display base with Cochran makers plate.
Cochran Pattern Vertical Steam Boiler
A welded construction coal fired steam boiler, built in the 1970’s/1980’s, apparently unused and designed for steam launch, steam car or stationary use.
Approx. 4 Ft high and working pressure 175 psi, with an estimated output of approx. 300 lbs/hr.
SENTINEL T.D.G. Timber Tractor “Brutus”
No. 8756, built 1933
Reg No. VN 4294
A rare example of a Sentinel TDG type tractor, “Brutus” is fitted with a 2nd winch engine to the rear. Restored from the ground up to an exceptionally high standard in 2012, this impressive timber tractor is now available for sale in superb condition with current boiler certificates.
FODEN ‘C’ Type Steam Wagon
Quantity of parts, including 2 boilers, from Foden ‘C’ type 3 speed wagons Nos. 13156 of 1928, and No. 13052 of 1929.
Parts include chassis rails, front and back wheels, steering box, front and rear axle components and castings, differential parts, set of drawings, etc.
Can be offered as either 1 lot or 2 seperate lots.
Price On Application
6 Inch Scale BURRELL Steam Wagon
This miniature is based on the first design of Burrell undertype steam wagon built in 1901. With vertical boiler and enclosed compound engine, driving the rear axle via 2 speed transmission.
Completed in 2007 and rallied extensively, this unique miniature steams and runs very well. For sale with full current boiler certificates.
Steam Launch “BELLE”
This vessel was built in Kingston upon Thames in 1894. She worked out of Worcester on the Severn for 80 years, and she last worked in 2009.
Potential for private yacht or historic passenger carrier. She was licensed to carry 100 passengers. Equipped with galley, bar and 2 WCs with ornate hand basins, and a large dining area.
Converted from steam, now fitted with Gardner 84hp diesel engine.
Teak on oak framed hull, lowering funnel and awnings for low bridges, original ship’s wheel and telegraph, modern electrics, transportable by road.
L.O.A. 75ft (22.86 Mtrs), Beam 15ft, Draft 4ft 9”
Displacement: 24,000 kg
Official No: 118486
National Register of Historic Vessels: No.272
Price On Application
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