Anson Engine Museum

Anson Engine Museum Gallery


Most viewed - Archive photos of engines and museum views
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Robey engine plate730 viewsPlate from our 1895 built Robey engine
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Far wall of the Gardner Room April 2007730 views
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5hp Hornsby Akroyd oil engine728 viewsPhoto: Kim Siddorn

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Colliery Exhibition728 viewsrunning from May - July 2007
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Entrance area726 viewswhere reception, cafe and shop are located
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View of 5hp Hornsby and compressor from Trinity House724 viewsOriginally installed in 1912 at Serk Lighthouse, Channel Islands and used to maintain the Reed type fog signal until the station was modernised in 1969.
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Gardner 8HF diesel engine718 views
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1886 Crossley vertical gas engine s/no 9838716 views
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3000th visitor 2006, Alex Smith716 viewsbeing presented with a polo shirt embroidered with the museum's logo
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Unusual view of the Atkinson engine716 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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moving the generator716 viewsinto the revamped area that should give more soundproofing
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