Cochran Pattern Vertical Steam Boiler
A welded construction coal fired steam boiler, built in the 1970’s/1980’s, apparently unused and designed for steam launch, steam car or stationary use.
Approx. 4 Ft high and working pressure 175 psi, with an estimated output of approx. 300 lbs/hr.
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.
OUTRIDGES PATENT Rotary Steam Launch Engine
This is an extremely rare, vane type reversable steam engine of around 4 – 5 H.P. believed made to Outridges patent in the mid 1880’s.
Designed for small, high speed river launches, these rotaty engines were claimed to provide an excellent power to weight ratio and to achieve the then unheard of speed of 12 1/4 m.p.h!
3 Cylinder Steam Launch Engine + Condenser and Feed Pumps
Steam Plant Comprising
An unusual design of engine with three 4″ bore cylinders with attached air & feed pumps, plus bronze condenser.
4″ + 4″ + 4″ x 4″ Cylinders with Slide Valves.
Approx 24″ High, Bed 3 Ft Long x 13 1/2″ Wide.