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Admiring the Atkinson Cycle engine356 viewsMidsummer Mingle 2008
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Traditional view of the Atkinson821 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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Unusual view of the Atkinson engine714 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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Atkinson-cycle engine at the Anson Engine Museum788 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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Atkinson-cycle engine644 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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Midsummer Mingle 2007410 viewscrowd gathers to hear how the Atkinson-cycle engine works
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Atkinson engine enthralls visitors188 viewsthe running of the Atkinson cycle engine is a popular event for visitors
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1000 Engine Rally 2007 – the Atkinson engine inside our stall160 viewsIt was built c1883, Engine No 643. One of only two known to have survived, (the other is at the Henry Ford Museum in America). It does 4 strokes of the piston to 1 revolution of the crankshaft. It is on loan to the Anson Engine Museum from the Techniek Museum Delft. Our sincere thanks to Dr Korving for permission to take the engine to the 1000 Engine Rally, Astle Park.
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1000 Engine Rally 2007 – inside our stall148 viewsGeoff runs the Atkinson-cycle engine for the crowd
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1000 Engine Rally 2007 – inside our stall157 viewsDetails of the Atkinson-cycle engine.

It was built c1883, Engine No 643. One of only two known to have survived, (the other is at the Henry Ford Museum in America). It does 4 strokes of the piston to 1 revolution of the crankshaft. It is on loan to the Anson Engine Museum from the Techniek Museum Delft. Our sincere thanks to Dr Korving for permission to take the engine to the 1000 Engine Rally, Astle Park.
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Geoff explains the significance of the Atkinson in engine development308 viewsbefore getting it to run for the first time in living memory
 
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