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birm atmos 3.jpg
906 viewsFirst style of the Crossley Brothers Atmospheric-Free Piston engine; it is rated at 1 horsepower.
Serial No 481 Flywheel 41 x 3⅝
Total height 79 Height to shaft 58
(5 votes)
Roger entertains.jpg
Roger demonstrates the 4T5 to visitors1202 viewswe use this view on one of our electronic jigsaws44444
(4 votes)
4T5 alrernative view1078 views44444
(4 votes)
Gardner 8HF1086 views30 bhp, Engine No 26965 built in 192644444
(4 votes)
View of Gardner room looking towards the 4T51029 views44444
(4 votes)
bristol close up back 3.jpg
another close up view of the gears on the 3bhp864 viewsview from the back showing the gears in detail44444
(4 votes)
bristol atmos 2.jpg
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
(4 votes)
Martin who has carried out most of the cleaning and restoration of the Ruston VXA 1162 views44444
(11 votes)
birm close up 3.jpg
Close up of the gear wheels on the First Style Crossley Atmospheric974 viewsDetails of the gears and mechanisms show in this shot44444
(6 votes)
birm close up 2.jpg
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
(5 votes)
bristol atmos 4.jpg
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
(7 votes)
Next stage of the dismantling process1837 viewsTaken at the college w/c 2 Oct 2006.

Photograph courtesy of Maurice Clyde
(4 votes)
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