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.
STUART “JAMES COOMBES” Table Engine
Single cylinder true vertical.
This is a 1 inch scale model of a well known and handsome colliery type vertical “table” engine.
Cylinder 1″ x 2″ stroke.
7″ diameter flywheel, 14 1/2″ tall on cast base.
This example is well made and in good condition.
Boulton & Watt Beam Engine Model 19th Century
Dating from the mid 19th Century, this is a faithful model of the original Boulton & Watt rotative engine design.
Intended for office/boardroom/museum display, this engine has an oak wooden frame of 4 column design. With attached pumps and Watt governor. Realistic York stone flooring. A hand-operated wheel turns the engine within a wooden plinth. For sale in original condition.
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.