A.G. MUMFORD Steam Yacht Engine
Compound Marine Engine
Thought to be by A.G. Mumford, Colchester, c1910.
5″ + 10″ x 8″ Cylinders with Slide Valves.
Stephenson link reversing gear.
Twin air pumps and boiler feed pumps.
Approx 42″ High, Bed 40″ Long x 18″ Wide.
A very well made Mumford engine probably designed for a small steam yacht. For sale in good, original condition.
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RANSOMES, SIMS & JEFFERIES Compound Marine Engine
With Radial Valve Gear
Approx 35 H.P.
~ Built c1905 ~
Complete with boiler, propeller and auxiliaries.
For sale in good, original condition.
TWIN CYLINDER Marine Steam Engine
5 ft high twin cylinder steam engine.
This substantial, high quality steamboat engine was built in Germany and is for sale in good condition. With heavy duty cast back standard and complete with mechanical lubrication system.
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Taylor Vertical Steam Launch Engine, 2½” x 2½” Cylinder
2½” x 2½” Cylinder.
Approx 30″ High.
Unused engine built to a high standard and in excellent condition.
Three bearing crankshaft with enlarged bewaring areas. Stephenson link reverse gear. Connecting rod is bored to provide oil reservoir for big end. Positive displacement pump for steam oil supply.
For sale in good condition and suitable for use in a steam launch of around 18
A rare paddleboat steam engine, this is a large long-stroke horizontal compound that has been removed from a boat and undergone significant restoration work.
Now available for sale, this unusual engine will no doubt find a suitable home.
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SIMPSON STRICKLAND Auxiliary Marine Engine 3½” x 4″
Approx 3½” x 4″ Cylinder
Piston valve, on 4 turned columns.
Approx 21″ High, solid flywheel 8″ Dia.
A very rare, high quality small marine engine made for auxiliary use in small steam boats. For sale in excellent condition.
OUTRIDGES PATENT Rotary Steam Launch Engine
This is an extremely rare, vane type reversable steam engine of around 4 – 5 H.P. believed made to Outridges patent in the mid 1880’s.
Designed for small, high speed river launches, these rotaty engines were claimed to provide an excellent power to weight ratio and to achieve the then unheard of speed of 12 1/4 m.p.h!