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.
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Category: Vertical Engines
MARIETTA ‘Doktor’ Beam Engine
A rare ‘Doktor’ type marine beam engine, made in USA.
Built C1900 as a “save all” emergency pump and power plant for the famous Mississippi stern wheelers. This is a rare and stunning survivor.
THOMAS T CROOK True Vertical Engine
Thomas T. Crook’s ‘Improved Vertical Steam Engine’ built c1870.
For sale in good condition.
1827 ALMOND Grasshopper Beam Engine
This very rare and early small ‘grasshopper’ type beam engine is believed to have been constructed by J.P. Almond of North Shields in 1827.
The engine was acquired in the 1870’s by Day & Co., Southampton, and fitted to a slipway winching system at Cowes, I.O.W. where it ran until the mid 1990’s (on compressed air), making it the last working grasshopper engine in the world?
£75,000 or near offers.
Steam Engine Barring Engine, Duplex Cylinders 5″ x 8″
Twin Cylinder Inverted Vertical
With declutchable reduction gear.
A powerful duplex engine designed for turning over (barring) very large stationary engines.
Cylinders 5″ x 8″ (approx).
Wt approx 750 Kg.
In good, original but unrestored 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.