Beam Engine Model 19th Century
Beam Engine Model 19th Century
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.

£ P.O.A.
Ornamental Turning Lathe
Ornamental Turning Lathe
Ornamental Turning Lathe

A very high quality ornamental turning lathe of c1860’s.

£ P.O.A.
SOLD
BELLISS & MORCOM Compound Steam Launch Engine
BELLISS & MORCOM Compound Steam Launch Engine
BELLISS & MORCOM Compound Steam Launch Engine

This particularly fine marine engine is a genuine Belliss and Morcomb, built c1880’s

Complete with pumps, lubricator(s) and other ancillaries.

For sale in very nice, highly original condition having been recently removed from a vessel.

SOLD

£ P.O.A.
Steam Dinghy
Steam Dinghy
£ P.O.A.
REO Speed Wagon
REO Speed Wagon

An unrestored Reo ‘Speed Wagon’, available for sale.

Photos to be added soon.

£ P.O.A.
SOLD
AEC Matador Truck
AEC Matador Truck
AEC Matador Truck

This 1953 A.E.C. Matador lorry is available for sale in part restored condition.

£ P.O.A.
80H.P. Compound Marine Engine
80H.P. Compound Marine Engine
80H.P. Compound Marine Engine

5″ + 10″ x 10″ Cylinders

Estimated output 80 H.P.

Believed built in Sweden in 1884.

For sale in good condition.

Also available: Single furnace Scotch steam boiler.

 

£ P.O.A.
Steam Launch Boiler
Steam Launch Boiler
Steam Launch Boiler

A side-firing, loco type fire-tube boiler.

Built by Langley Engineering 1989.

Complete with all auxiliaries and fittings.

Recently re-tubed and for sale in excellent order with current boiler certificates.

£ P.O.A.
OPPERMAN Motocart
OPPERMAN Motocart
OPPERMAN Motocart

A rare machine, this Opperman motocart is one of 4 available for sale.

£ P.O.A.
Steam Yacht “MYRA”
Steam Yacht “MYRA”
Steam Yacht “MYRA”
Designed by J E Wilkins and built 1893 for W H Mackenzie
  • Length 42 ft
  • Beam 8ft 7in
  • Clipper bow and counter stern, carvel teak non oak frames.
  • 4 berths in two cabins and a galley.
  • Engine triple expansion 4.1/2 + 7 x 6” stroke, with scotch boiler, currently oil fired.  All steam auxiliaries.
One of the very few remaining steam yachts.
£ P.O.A.