Anson Engine Museum

Anson Engine Museum Gallery


Most viewed - Archive photos of engines and museum views
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Mike and Charles in workshop restoring engines1185 views
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Atkinson-cycle engine at the Anson Engine Museum1185 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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Entrance area1182 viewswhere reception, cafe and shop are located
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Bates & Scholes1180 viewsB&S gas engine, built in 1920, Denton, Manchester
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How IC engines developed, using the Hugon to demonstrate principles1177 viewsDeeside College students October 2012
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Margaret at VE Day Celebration show chating to visitors1176 views
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Geoff explains the working and history of the Rattling Monsters1170 viewsPhoto courtesy of Barry Job
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1886 Crossley vertical gas engine s/no 98381168 views
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Volunteers working on "Rattling Monster"1161 views
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Robey engine plate1160 viewsPlate from our 1895 built Robey engine
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another of Rod Ellis's sketches1159 viewsshowing Poynton Towers and clock, this can be seen in our Local History area
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pictures in the cafe being discussed1158 viewsthese sketches were done by Rod Ellis, our resident blacksmith
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