Anson Engine Museum

Anson Engine Museum Gallery

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1859 viewsMirrlees designed 'Ricardo' sleeve valve engines, one type having a bore of 5.5 inches and a stroke of 6.5 inches, developing 20 BHP per cylinder at 900 r.p.m., and the other with a bore of 17 inches and stroke of 21.5 inches, developing 50 BHP per cylinder at 200 r.p.m.

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Engine in situ at Perry Oaks Sewage Works1855 views
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Don and Graham working on the MAN Diesel1810 viewsin preparation for the Diesel Exhibition
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Gardner 6LYT show model only no engine number allocated1809 views
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Children completing the quiz1809 viewslooking for the clue about the 6LK
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National 25hp gas engine serial no. 176591806 views
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Geoff Challinor outside the museum main building.1802 views
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Part funding for the new building came from WREN - see description1779 viewsThe museum had been successful in raising some of the money for the new building thanks to Landfill Tax credit funding of 25,000 from the Waste Recycling Group Ltd, administered by WREN. It also raised further contributions from the Cheshire Rural Tourism Development Grant Scheme to enhance the experience for visitors, especially those that make such efforts to visit Cheshire. This still however left a large proportion of the costs to be met by the museum funds.
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Gallery above the engine allows visitors to watch it all unfold below them1778 viewsLargest Steam Engine in Cheshire back in steam
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View of display area outside Gardner Room1773 viewsVarious display cabinets added to the exhibition of engines, giving insights into the Gardner family history.
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Photographs of the Gardner 4NT1763 viewstaken in May 1935.

This was an experimental engine, never put into production
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Series of photographs starting the 4L2 for the first time (8)1758 viewsafter its restoration work - just prior to the EHHS presentation May 2005
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