Antique Locomotive Type Boiler
An unusual early 20th century built riveted steel boiler designed for coal or wood firing.
Beautifully made, flanged and riveted, with a riveted smokebox and perchbracket, manhole door, etc. Perfect for use with a miniature stationary engine.
Little used and very original.
Approx 24″ long.
4½ Inch Scale BURRELL Traction Engine
A very usable size of engine, this is based on Plastow miniature of the Burrell 7 NHP agricultural.
This example appears to be well made, with a professional steel boiler and in good condition. For sale with a newly issued boiler certificate.
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.
4 Inch Scale CARADOC Steam Tractor
A very rare miniature, this 3 speed engine is based on the modern “Caradoc” steam tractors designed for use in Africa, to run on locally available solid fuels (wood, etc.)
Under the bonnet of the Massey ferguson style tractor body lies a twin cylinder steam engine, this supplied by a vertical boiler housed within the cab. Built by the well know model engineer Eddie Lancaster to drawings by John Haining.
Length approx. 5 Ft
For sale with new boiler certificates, in very good condition and complete with driving seat, passenger trolley, etc.
Model Single Cylinder Horizontal Workshop Engine
An antique miniature workshop steam engine of c1920’s vintage. With many polished brass components, lagged cylinder and elaborate Watt type governor, and on a very nice box cabinet base in polished wood.
Approx. 1″ x 3″ Cylinder.
An unusually pretty model engine for display.
Price On Application