Early I.C. Workshop Engine
A small I.C. engine of approx 1/2 H.P., thought to be Victorian.
Horizontal open crank with S-spoked flywheel. Possibly by Stuart Turner and mounted on a 2 wheel trolley.
In apparent good order, but not tested.
British Engineering & Electrical Company I.C. Workshop Engine
A water cooled example of an open crank I.C. engine, made c1904 by the British Engineering and Electrical Company of Leek, Staffs.
Approx 1/3 HP
With later chain driven magneto (replacing the hot tube ignition), and fitted with twin S-spoked flywheels.
Mounted on a 2 wheel trolley inscibed “B E & E”.
A rare survivor.
Reversible Beam Engine
An elegant Victorian single cylinder beam engine dating from the mid 19th Century.
This engine has very nice detail work including the single fluted doric column.
From the well known Jonathan Minns collection.
Six Column Beam Engine, Victorian
This highly elegant beam engine dates from the mid 19th Century and is from the well known Jonathan Minns collection.
Very good detail work including fluted columns.
Around 1 HP, with approx 3″ x 6″ inverted vertical cylinder. Complete with governor and pumps.