EASTONS AMOS & SONS Steam Pumping Engine, 1866
Twin Cylinder Double Acting
Built in London 1866 for land drainage in Norfolk, and designed to lift 50 tons of water per minute.
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.
TANGYE & Co Vertical Steam Engine, Cylinder 10″ x 12″
A single cylinder inverted vertical workshop type engine by Tangye & Co, Birmingham, c1900.
Cylinder 10″ x 12″.
Complete with attached pump.
9 Ft high ~ Wt approx 3500 KGs.
In unrestored condition.
(With some loose parts not shown.)
BOULTON & WATT Connecting Rods x3
A set of 3 very large connecting rods, taken from the last waterworks triple expansion engine built by Boulton & Watt, c1900 for Selby Waterworks.
(The rest of the engine dismantled and scrapped.)
Approx 6 Ft 11 Inches Long.
POLLIT & WIGZELL Steam Engine ‘Barring Engine’
Single Cylinder Inverted Vertical
with declutchable reduction gear.
Designed for turning over (barring) large stationary engines, this attractive open crank engine sits on a massive cast base featuring reduction gears and a Bendix declutching drive gear.
*Correction* Although believed built by Pollit & Wigzell, Bradford this engine is actually badged “Stephenson”.
Cylinder 4″ x 6″ (approx).
Approx 50″ High, Bed 32″ Long x 21″ Wide.
Wt approx 600 Kg.
In excellent restored condition.