Anson Engine Museum

Anson Engine Museum Gallery


Last additions - Construction Work up to 2007
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More stone ready for flattening822 viewsOne of the "Friends" of the museum, Jimmy Jackson donated money to allow us buy more stone for the car park.Mar 17, 2007
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View from front door of museum showing stone in car park ready to be laid553 viewsOne of the "Friends" of the museum, Jimmy Jackson donated money to allow us buy more stone for the car park.Mar 17, 2007
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More stone waiting to be laid562 viewsOne of the "Friends" of the museum, Jimmy Jackson donated money to allow us buy more stone for the car park.Mar 17, 2007
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Gate Guardian Complete439 viewsthis 40 ton giant will be one of the first engines visitors see as they approach the museumMar 17, 2007
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Crane at work on the Campbell436 viewsBehind the generator house you can see the crane manoevering parts of the Campbell into place outside the museum fence.Mar 17, 2007
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Left a bit411 viewsMar 17, 2007
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Campbell Engine being reassembled outside museum entrance431 viewsThe flywheel being lowered into place.Mar 17, 2007
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403 viewsThe 40 ton Campbell being re-assembled as a gate guardian. The flywheel is being sunk into place.Mar 17, 2007
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Campbell Engine now in position outside museum entrance446 viewsThe 40 ton Campbell has now been put back together as a gate guardianMar 17, 2007
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loading the pieces of the 40 ton Campbell engine412 viewsAndy McCarthy, one of the Friends of the museum turned up to help us move the Campbell on one of his wagons - we are very grateful for the help and supportMar 04, 2007
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putting the crank shaft back in place409 viewsreassembling the 1908, 3-cylinder Campbell gas engine in its new location as you approach the museumMar 04, 2007
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putting the crank case back on413 viewsreassembling the 1908, 3-cylinder Campbell gas engine in its new location as you approach the museumMar 04, 2007
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