1891 Beam Engine
Single Cylinder Inverted Vertical.
A very well made Victorian miniature beam engine with Watt parallel motion and 1 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ cylinder, measuring 16″ long x 20″ High.
Central column etched with makers names James McBean and Ian Ross Matheson, 1891.
This is a water pumping beam engine on columned cast iron frame with gilded urn detailing.
This rare antique model is very nicely detailed, although flywheel, governor and other parts missing, and needing some sensitive restoration.
Generally in nice, untouched condition.
STUART 5A Marine Engine
2 1/4″ x 2″ Single Cylinder.
This is a very nicely made example of the Stuart 5A single cylinder marine engine with Stevenson’s Link reversing gear and crank driven boiler feed pump. With a solid disc flywheel and a large hydrostatic cylinder lubricator, this engine is very suitable for use in a small steam launch.
Approx 16 Inches High.
For sale in excellent condition.
7¼ Inch Ga Narrow Gauge Locomotive
Narrow Gauge 0-4-0 tender locomotive.
A newly built tender locomotive, constructed to a high standard. Fully working Walschaerts valve gear, all rotating parts on ball and roller bearings. Cast iron axle boxes and horn blocks. Train vacuum and hand parking brake, plus mechanical lubricator fitted.
Professionally made and fully certified copper boiler by G.B. Boilers fed by twin injectors from brass well and side tanks.
For sale in excellent condition, complete with specially made heavy duty transport crates.
(Red loco shown is now SOLD)
5½ Inch Scale BURRELL “Gold Medal” Steam Tractor
For sale is this unique, large scale miniature based on the Burrell “Gold Medal” type tractor, a special version fitted with worm drive steering and fully sprung front and rear.
With a one-off copper boiler and Burrell double crank compound cylinders, this very special miniature was built to an exceptionally high standard. Now for sale little used and in superb condition.
A high-end, exhibition grade miniature.
LEYLAND Steam Wagon
‘F2’ 6 Ton Undertype Steam Wagon
Reg No. TB 1018 ~ Built 1924
This very rare example of a Leyland undertype wagon is the only running example in the UK.
In good, fully restored condition.
With current boiler certificates.