LOBNITZ Triple Expansion Marine Engine
A large and impressive triple expansion steam engine by Lobnitz of Paisley, Scotland. built in 1957 and possibly one of the very last reciprocating marine engines made in the UK.
Approx. 1,000 H.P. with cylinders 13″ + 22″ + 34″ x 22″ stroke. This engine is 15 Ft long x 6 Ft wide x 12 Ft high, est weight around 20 tonnes.
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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.
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.
REIDS Twin High Pressure Marine Engine
By Reids of Glasgow, c1900.
2.5″ + 2.5″ x 4″ Cylinders
Slide valves with link reversing gear.
For sale in good condition.
TWIN HIGH PRESSURE Marine Steam Engine
3″ + 3″ x 5″ Cylinders.
Approx 30″ High.
An English factory made marine steam engine with slide valves and Stephenson Link reversing gear.
On cast standards and fitted with later toothed flywheel for belt work. For sale complete and in good condition.
GUY Single Cylinder Marine Engine 2½” x 3½”
Approx 2½” x 3½” Cylinder
Built in Southampton c1900.
Slide valve with link reversing gear.
A small, single cylinder steam launch engine of elegant design.
Wt approx 70 Kg.
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TWIN HIGH PRESSURE Steam Engine
2 1/2″ + 2 1/2″ x 3″ Cylinders
20″ High, on Base 22″ x 12″.
A Marine type steam engine with slide valves
on six turned columns and with solid flywheel.
10″ Dia flywheel.
In good condition.
BRITISH Made Compound Steam Launch Engine
A British made steam launch engine.
1 1/2″ + 3 1/2″ x 4″ Cylinders
Approx 27″ High, and 14″ x 12″ Wide at Feet.
A circa 1920’s design with piston valves.
Suitable for a steam launch.