Anson Engine Museum

Anson Engine Museum Gallery


Top rated - 2010 season
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View of 5hp Hornsby and compressor from Trinity House734 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. 33333
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Ian checks for any problems on the Brotherhood237 viewsafter the initial run we removed the side covers and checked the bearing temperatures, everything was okay33333
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Trinity House info board re Serk Lighthouse389 views33333
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Entrance 2010233 views22222
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5hp Hornsby Oil Engine and compressor from Trinity House558 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. 22222
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Tony Green receives MBE383 viewsCongratulations Tony - For voluntary service to Industrial Heritage in the Staffordshire Potteries.

We are very proud to have you as a Life Member of our Friends.
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Stott steam engine in background259 viewscurrently turning over on electric power we plan to have this "in steam" later this year.00000
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Demonstation of the Atkinson-cycle engine268 viewsis part of the guided talk that visitors can enjoy00000
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Work on the Ruston engine 243 viewsa lovely 5 hp Hornsby oil engine and compressor from Trinity House arrived just before Easter. We plan to restore it to running condition.00000
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Generous donation in their mother's memory255 viewsHilda Warburton (daughter of Percy Jackson) died recently and in her memory members of the family came to present a cheque to the museum.00000
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Taking photo of the Doxford dial board229 viewsHilda Warburton (daughter of Percy Jackson) died recently and in her memory members of the family came to present a cheque to the museum.00000
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Furnival engine254 viewsS/No 369 built in 1898, HP Towns gas with tube ignition. Originally used at Peak Press, Chapel-en-le-Frith. Now driving a Furnival platen printing press, type set letters are on display. The future aim is to have the press actually printing. 00000
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