Anson Engine Museum

Anson Engine Museum Gallery


Most viewed - Archive photos of engines and museum views
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Griffin, overhung Crossley and Bisschop867 viewspart of the Hugon can be seen to the left
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Deutz engine860 viewsOn loan from Technical Museum in Delft, Holland
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Crane lifts it out of the shed, Geoff & Tony in background852 views
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JCB lifts the flywheel to load onto lorry851 viewsHornsby oil engine November 2010
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1905 Campbell 10hp gas engine. This engine came from Berry Brow pumping station in Huddersfield842 views
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Furnival engine driving a platen printing press835 viewsSerial number 369, 2.5 HP Town gas with tube iginition.
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View between the main hall and the new Memorial Building834 views
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1913 18hp P type National gas engine, serial no. 29294 was used in the Bradford area at a sewage treatment works.833 views
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Robey engine being admired828 views
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Main room looking towards reception area April 2007828 views
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Traditional view of the Atkinson822 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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