H. GUY & Co. Compound Steam Launch Engine
Cylinders 2 1/2″ + 5″ x 4 1/2″
A nice early 20th century reversing steam launch engine with attached air and boiler feed pumps and slide valves, on cast standards. Approx 10 IHP. Made by H. Guy & Co. of Cowes, I.O.W. c1908.
For sale in excellent 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.
For sale unrestored, but believed complete.
Offered with spares for second engine.
350 H.P. Compound Marine engine
18″ + 31″ x 16″ Cylinders
Approx 336 IHP at 130 r.p.m.
Turned front columns, cast back standards.
Stevenson link reversing gear.
Complete with pump, lubricators and thrust bearings. Built 1893 in Jonkoping, Sweden.
For sale in good condition.
HERRESHOFF? Triple Expansion Marine Engine
4 3/4″ x 7 1/2″ x 12″ + 6″ Cylinders.
High speed launch engine of about 40 H.P.
Believed made by Herreshoff of Rode Island, USA.
p.v. to H.P. Cyl, s.v. to M.P. & L.P. Cyls.
C/L crank to underside frame: 6″.
Length inc base: 38″, overall: 44″
Width inc base: 16″, overall 26″ x Height: 38″.
For sale incomplete and in need of major restoration.
This is a very unusual high power to weight engine designed for a high speed launch.
GEBRÜDER SACHSENBERG 1897 Compound Marine Engine
210 mm + 365 mm x 31 mm Cylinders
Approx 45 – 50 IHP.
By Gebrueder Sachsenberg of Rosslau, Germany. Turned front columns, cast back standards. Slide valves on HP and LP cylinders. Attached air, condenser circ. & boiler feed pumps.
A beautifully restored early German marine engine.
LOBNITZ Triple Expansion Marine Engine
A large and impressive triple expansion steam engine by Lobnitz of Paisley, Scotland. built in 1957 and possibly one of the very last reciprocating marine engines made in the UK.
Approx. 1,000 H.P. with cylinders 13″ + 22″ + 34″ x 22″ stroke. This engine is 15 Ft long x 6 Ft wide x 12 Ft high, est weight around 20 tonnes.
J.I. THORNYCROFT Compound Marine Engine
7″ + 10″ x 8″ Cylinders
A very special and handsome compound marine engine, built 1878 by J.I.THORNYCROFT & Co. of Chiswick. ex. river steamer “Beatrice”, originally fitted to torpedo boat TB53. (A sister engine powered the torpedo boat HMS “Mosquito”.)
This exceptionally finely made engine is on turned columns with slide valves on HP and LP cylinders, with attached feed pump.
Vintage Steamship S.S. “SUCCESS”
An unusual opportunity to buy a complete and operating passenger carrying steamship. S.S. “Success” was built 1897 and completely restored 1994. 38.5 Mtrs Long x 7.15 Mtrs Beam.
Certified for carrying up to 110 passengers, the vessell has a pair of triple expansion steam engines and twin oil fired ‘Scotch’ type boilers, all in excellent condition. The interior of the vessel is lavishly equipped and furnished.
All modern construction and safety features are incorporated, together with numberous useful and interesting additions, such as auxiliary diesel propulsion and even a steam calliope!
PRICE REDUCED 08/2016
ORENSTEIN & KOPPEL 2 Ft Gauge 0-10-0 ‘Luttermoller’ Loco 10956
2 Ft Gauge Steam Locomotive
A rare and very powerful loco with 10 driven wheels using special Luttermoller flexible geared drive on the leading and trailing wheels. In UK, in unrestored condition.
See some more info on Luttermoller drive locos here.
ORENSTEIN & KOPPEL 2 Ft Gauge 0-10-0 ‘Luttermoller’ Loco 12470
2 Ft Gauge Steam Locomotive