New Built TWIN CYLINDER Marine Steam Engine
2½ x 3″ Cylinders
A high quality, model engineer built steam launch engine with Stephenson Link reversing gear, on cast back standards and turned front columns. For sale complete with copper inlet and exhaust manifolds, plus mechanical lubricator.
TWIN CYLINDER Marine Steam Engine
5 ft high twin cylinder steam engine.
This substantial, high quality steamboat engine was built in Germany and is for sale in good condition. With heavy duty cast back standard and complete with mechanical lubrication system.
Price On Application
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.
In original condition.
BRITISH Made Compound Steam Launch Engine
A British made steam launch engine.
1 1/2″ + 3 1/2″ x 4″ Cylinders
Approx 27″ High, and 14″ x 12″ Wide at Feet.
A circa 1920’s design with piston valves.
Suitable for a steam launch.
In good original 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.
For sale in restored condition.
HARRISON & Co. Compound Marine Engine
Built in Lowestoft c1900
6″ + 12″ x 7″ Cylinders with Slide Valves
A high quality launch engine.
On six turned columns.
With attached air, feed and bilge pumps.