STUART D10 Marine / Stationary Engine
A very nice vintage example of Stuart D10.
Suitable for either stationary or marine use, or static display, these engines can operate at speeds of up to 2000 rpm.
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Beam Engine Model 19th Century
An elegant, fully working model beam engine dating from the mid 19th Century.
Intended for office/boardroom/museum display, this engine has an oak wooden frame of 4 column design. With attached pumps and Watt governor. Realistic York stone flooring. A hand-operated wheel turns the engine within a wooden plinth. For sale in original condition.
British Engineering & Electrical Company I.C. Workshop Engine
A water cooled example of an open crank I.C. engine, made c1904 by the British Engineering and Electrical Company of Leek, Staffs.
Approx 1/3 HP
With later chain driven magneto (replacing the hot tube ignition), and fitted with twin S-spoked flywheels.
Mounted on a 2 wheel trolley inscibed “B E & E”.
A rare survivor.
c1930 STUART Stationary Steam Plant
A Stuart electrical generator plant comprising boiler & horizontal mill engine driving dynamo, with hand operated boiler feed pump.
This very nice model plant is thought to have been professionally made for display purposes in around 1930, probably by Stuart themselves.
In good original condition.
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c1900 Model Steam Plant, Brass
Hand made for display, this is a very nicely made miniature steam plant dating from circa 1900. Comprises a vertical rivetted copper boiler (coal/wood fired) and horizontal single cylinder steam engine, both mounted on a brass and wood base.
In very nice original condition, and a handsome display object.