Anson Engine Museum

Anson Engine Museum Gallery

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Second lot of parts arrive at museum2370 viewsThese arrived at museum 11 October 2006
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Geoff explains how the atmospheric engine works2367 viewsMuseums at Night
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2340 views'HP', having a bore of 13.75 inches and stroke 21 inches was also developed during this period., made in five to eight cylinders in-line sizes, either normally aspirated or turbocharged.
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View of the Gardner room2303 viewsTaken standing beside the 4T5 and looking up the room
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Next stage of the dismantling process2298 viewsTaken at the college w/c 2 Oct 2006.

Photograph courtesy of Maurice Clyde
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Fly wheel (estimated at 20+ tons)2298 viewsPhotograph courtesy of Maurice Clyde, taken w/c 16 October 2006 whilst engine being dismantled
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17 ton crank being lowered into place2290 viewsbelow the crank you can see the giant flywheel
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1955 Crossley 16hp diesel engine serial no. 145173. This was an instructional engine used at Chesterfield College of Technology2287 views
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Second lot of parts arrive at museum2279 viewsThese arrived at museum 11 October 2006
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Crowd gathers to view the Gardner 4T52267 viewsassembling in front of the large Gardner the crowd anticipate it being lit and run
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Visitors assemble at far end of the Gardner Room2263 views
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Paul Gardner opens the Exhibition2259 viewsPaul Gardner opens the Exhibition and thanks the museum for collecting such a wonderful display of Garder engines and memorabilia
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