Vertical Steam Boiler, ex Steam Crane, 6 Ft 6″ High
A coal or solid fuel firing cross water tube boiler.
Originally fitted to a railway steam crane, c1938.
Approx 800 lbs/hr @ 150 p.s.i.
Approx 6 Ft 6″ High x 4 Ft Dia.
MARSHALL Portable Steam Boiler
An ex-Admiralty (Royal Navy) dockyard boiler, built by Marshall & Sons Ltd, Gainsborough c1940.
Used for engine running and other testing purposes at a Royal Navy dockyard, this high output steam boiler is of riveted construction and sits on Marshall’s sprung type wheels. For sale with most fittings including safety valve and gauge glass frames, etc.
Believed in reasonable, usable condition.
Egg-Ended Steam Boiler (very early)
This rare and original externally fired steam boiler is an important survivor of early Victorian boiler making.
Made c1840’s to a design going back to the earliest types in the 18th Century, this 30ft long example with it’s domed ‘egg’ ends would make a superb addition to any collection.