Anson Engine Museum

Anson Engine Museum Gallery


Most viewed - Archive photos of engines and museum views
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1924 National P type gas engine714 views
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Ruston 6XHRE diesel engine. Serial no. 168812 was built in 1931 and produced 34hp. The engine drove a sawmill at Newark on Trent.712 views
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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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Oldest known National Gas Engine699 viewsis running within 24 hours of its arrival at the museum. Wayne Timms & Dave Allen work with Geoff Challinor during the Volunteer Working Weekend
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looking across new seating area toward Local History area698 views
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Part funding for the new building came from WREN - see description695 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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Engines can be admired by all age groups691 views
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