Twin Cylinder Vertical Wall Engine, 3″ x 5″ Cylinders
Twin Cylinder Vertical
Duplex cylinders approx 3″ x 5″.
An early twin cylinder engine
made in Scotland c1860’s.
Mounts vertically to the wall,
believed used to drive a barn thresher.
Dims: 40″ x 32″ Overall ~ Flywheel 14″ Dia.
For sale in reasonable, original condition.
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BAILEY Early Reversible Engine
By W. H. Bailey & Co. Ltd, Manchester, this is a very early Bailey H.P. reversible steam engine with attached boiler feed pump.
For sale in good, original condition.
MARIETTA ‘Doktor’ Beam Engine
THOMAS T CROOK True Vertical Engine
Thomas T. Crook’s ‘Improved Vertical Steam Engine’ built c1870.
For sale in good condition.
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.