BOULTON & WATT Connecting Rods x3
A set of 3 very large connecting rods, taken from the last waterworks triple expansion engine built by Boulton & Watt, c1900 for Selby Waterworks.
(The rest of the engine dismantled and scrapped.)
Approx 6 Ft 11 Inches Long.
Category: Vertical Engines
EASTONS AMOS & ANDERSON Steam Pumping Engine, 1870
Twin Cylinder Double Acting
Designed to lift 50 tons of water per minute.
Built in London in 1870 for land drainage in Norfolk.
Complete with original wooden flushing gates and turbine pump.
In generally good condition.
Steam Lawnmover Power Plant – UNIQUE!
A combined boiler and single cylinder steam engine.
Thought to be a unique survivor, the only steam lawnmover engine in existence, this was marketed as a ‘conversion’ kit for small lawnmowers in c1895.
Cylinder 2″ x 3 1/2″.
In nice, original condition.
RUSTON PROCTOR Vertical Workshop Engine, Cylinder 4″ x 8″
Single Cylinder Inverted Vertical
2 H.P. “Improved Class V”.
No. 17751 ~ Built 1893.
Cylinder 4″ x 8″ ~ Flywheel 30″ Dia.
Height 58″ (ex. governor).
A rare and very attractive vertical engine.
In very nice original condition.
MARSHALL Workshop Steam Engine Vertical Cylinder 4½” x 8″
Built by Marshall, Sons & Co. of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire c1900.
Cylinder 4½” x 8″ ~ Flywheel 36″ Dia.
Approx 56″ high plus original cast iron bed extension.
Attached boiler feed pump.
In good unrestored condition.
HERSCHELL-SPILLMAN Carousel Steam Engine
Built by Herschell-Spillman of North Tonawanda.
This is an original steam centre engine from an American built “carousel” or gallopers set.
Inverted twin 4″ x 6″ Cylinders with slide valves.
24″ Dia Flywheel. 38″ High Overall.
Mounted on a portable trolly.
For sale in good, original condition.