WALLER Single Cylinder Horizontal Workshop Engine
A small, handsome single cylinder engine built by Waller & Son of Stroud, Glos. Probably built post WWII, now in fully restored condition and ready to run. Presented on a box-section steel bed.
METCALF Tandem Compound Mill Engine
This medium sized horizontal engine drove a brickfield in the home counties, before is was restored and exhibited in a West Country museum.
Of around 100 to 150 HP, this rare engine is in basic good condition and is believed to be complete.
Steam Crane, Complete
A very unusual steam driven derrick type timber yard crane. Designed for use in timber yards loading tree butts onto rack saw benches, this comprises single cylinder reversable steam engine driving declutchable winch drums with original wooden tower and boom, etc.
For sale in good, as received condition.
Steam Winch Engine, Horizontal Mounting Twin cylinders 4″ x 6″
Maker unknown (?) but of very high quality.
Cylinders 4″ x 6″ Stroke.
Bedplate 3 Ft 6″ Long x 2 Ft 6″.
Wt est 300 Kg.
In good, restored condition.
PUGSLEY Steam Crane Engine Twin Cylinders 6″ x 14″.
Twin Cylinders 6″ x 14″.
Wt approx 200 KGs.
A rare machine by Joseph Pugsley & Sons of Bristol.
Without crankshaft but very original and in generally very good, little used condition.
E.S. HINDLEY Single Cylinder Horizontal Workshop Engine 4″ x 7″ Cylinder
Thought to be by E.S. Hindley, c1900?
Approx 4″ x 7″ Cylinder. Wt est 200 Kg.
34″ Wide x 5 ft 4″ Long ~ Flywheel 36″ Dia.