Anson Engine Museum

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better view of the winch969 viewsthe winch that can be seen in the background is the original that was used with this engine. It is in the process of being connected so it can raise a crane jib44444
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Martin who has carried out most of the cleaning and restoration of the Ruston VXA 1162 views44444
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Close up of the gear wheels on the First Style Crossley Atmospheric974 viewsDetails of the gears and mechanisms show in this shot44444
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Oldest known National Gas Engine697 viewsis running within 24 hours of its arrival at the museum. Wayne Timms & Dave Allen work with Geoff Challinor during the Volunteer Working Weekend44444
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1645 views'J' engine with a bore of 9.75 by 10.5 stroke, was made in 3,4,5,6 and 8 cylinders in-line and 8, 12 and 16 cylinders Vee form covering a range of 135 to 2,480 BHP at 600 to 1000 r.p.m.44444
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Stott Steam Engine916 viewsalthough not new to the museum, we had this engine turning over on electric power on Sunday 10th September for the first time. The restoration project is making fantastic progress. The volunteers have replaced the big end bearings, the air pump condenser has been put into place and they are now working on the difficult job of lining up the rocking beam mechanism. Our plan is to have the engine in steam in 2007, funds and resources willing.44444
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Crossley Slide Valve Gas Engine999 viewsThe engine arrived on loan from the Trustees of the National Museum of Scotland, 25th July 2006 44444
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Gear wheels of 1bhp engine from the back873 viewsDetailed view of the first style of the Crossley Brothers Atmospheric-Free Piston engine; it is rated at 1 horsepower 44444
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Model of Poynton c1900 (scale 75" to mile)780 viewsrecognises the houses?44444
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3bhp Crossley Atmospheric Engine1081 viewsThis engine belonged to W Butler & Co, tar distillers, Silverthorne Lane, St Philips, Bristol BS2. It was used to drive a winch and crane jib for barge unloading.

The original winch can be seen in the background of the picture
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Putting together the new Guides1068 viewsalways lots of work in those last few days before opening44444
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