Anson Engine Museum

Anson Engine Museum Gallery


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Stott Steam Engine918 viewsalthough not new to the museum, we had this engine turning over on electric power on Sunday 10th September for the first time. The restoration project is making fantastic progress. The volunteers have replaced the big end bearings, the air pump condenser has been put into place and they are now working on the difficult job of lining up the rocking beam mechanism. Our plan is to have the engine in steam in 2007, funds and resources willing.
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Crossley atmosphric engine name plate707 viewsThe name plate from the 3hp atmospheric engine in our atmospheric "Rattling Monster" exhibition
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Bisschop878 viewsThe engine arrived on loan from the Trustees of the National Museum of Scotland, 25th July 2006
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Traditional view of the Atkinson826 viewsThe engine, which was built by the British Gas Engine Company Limited sometime between 1886 and 1893 is one of only a very few Atkinson-cycle engines’ known to have survived.
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Crossley Slide Valve Gas Engine1001 viewsThe engine arrived on loan from the Trustees of the National Museum of Scotland, 25th July 2006
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Stott steam engine under restoration647 viewsview of the steam engine, the volunteers are trying to get this engine capable of running in 2007
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