MARSHALL Portable Steam Boiler
An ex-Admiralty (Royal Navy) dockyard boiler, built by Marshall & Sons Ltd, Gainsborough c1940.
Used for engine running and other testing purposes at a Royal Navy dockyard, this high output steam boiler is of riveted construction and sits on Marshall’s sprung type wheels. For sale with most fittings including safety valve and gauge glass frames, etc.
Believed in reasonable, usable condition.
JACOBSEN 2 NHP Portable Steam Engine
A very rare Scandinavian made portable of unusually small size.
Built in Finland.
This pretty little engine is for sale in unrestored condition, but appears well preserved.
FOSTER 8 NHP Portable Steam Engine
No.1384 ~ Built c1885
8 NHP Single Cylinder
The 2nd earliest known Foster.
A very rare and unusual early portable with heavy oak fore-carriage, for sale in unrestored condition.
RANSOMES, SIMS & JEFFERIES 6 NHP Portable Steam Engine
6 NHP Single Cylinder
No. 17574 ~ Built 1905
A very good example of one of the most popular, smaller sized portables built.
For sale in unrestored condition.
RADIGUET Workshop Steam Engine, c1880
By the famous firm of high class instrument and machinery makers Radiguet & Massiot, of Paris.
This extremely rare French built combined workshop engine and boiler of 1/2 H.P. was designed for light industrial and domestic applications.
Approx 2″ x 3″ Cylinder.
4 Ft Tall with 20″ Dia. Flywheel.
In very nice, highly original condition.