Taylor Vertical Steam Launch Engine, 2½” x 2½” Cylinder
2½” x 2½” Cylinder.
Approx 30″ High.
Unused engine built to a high standard and in excellent condition.
Three bearing crankshaft with enlarged bewaring areas. Stephenson link reverse gear. Connecting rod is bored to provide oil reservoir for big end. Positive displacement pump for steam oil supply.
For sale in good condition and suitable for use in a steam launch of around 18
A rare paddleboat steam engine, this is a large long-stroke horizontal compound that has been removed from a boat and undergone significant restoration work.
Now available for sale, this unusual engine will no doubt find a suitable home.
Price On Application
Single Cylinder Steam Engine 1¾” x 2¾”
Approx 1¾” x 2¾” Cylinder
A German made vertical reversing steam engine, set up as a stationary engine with governor mechanism, but could also be used in a steam boat.
A very nicely made and attractive little engine.
23″ high overall including wooden base.
LACK Single Cylinder Launch Engine 4″ x 4″
Approx 4″ x 4″ Cylinder
Base 18″ x 14″, 32″ high overall.
Slide valve with link reversing gear.
An attractive single cylinder steam launch
engine on turned columns with
attached boiler feed pump.
Solid disc flywheel.
Wt approx 70 Kg.
In good, restored condition.
SIMPSON STRICKLAND Tandem Compound Launch Engine
Cylinders 3″ + 1 1/2″ x 3″
Overall 29″ High x 10″ Long x 11″ Wide.
This is an extremely unusual, if not unique tandem compound marine steam engine, with reversing gear and integral boiler feed and air pumps. Throught to be by Simpson Strickland of Dartmouth, c1900. This engine is of an elegant design suitable for a small Thames type launch, and with it’s small footprint and low weight will provide an excellent power to weight/space ratio.
In nice original condition.
COMPOUND Steam Launch Engine 2″ + 5″ x 6″
2″ + 5″ x 6″ Cylinders
With slide valves, on cast standards.
Wt est 250 Kg.
An early marine steam engine of elegant design.