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.
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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.
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.
Steam Lawnmover Power Plant – UNIQUE!
A combined boiler and single cylinder steam engine.
Thought to be a unique survivor, the only steam lawnmover engine in existence, this was marketed as a ‘conversion’ kit for small lawnmowers in c1895.
Cylinder 2″ x 3 1/2″.
In nice, original condition.