Anson Engine Museum

Anson Engine Museum Gallery


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Crossley atmosphric engine name plate1093 viewsThe name plate from the 3hp atmospheric engine in our atmospheric "Rattling Monster" exhibition33333
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Right wall of the main room looking away from reception April 20071724 views22222
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Main room looking towards reception area April 20071195 views22222
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more engines in the Rattling Monster room1100 views22222
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Traditional view of the Atkinson1203 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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Unusual view of the Atkinson engine1085 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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Furnival plate1093 viewsThe plate on our Furnival which was built in 1898 - see next photo22222
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Griffin, overhung Crossley and Bisschop1247 viewspart of the Hugon can be seen to the left22222
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