These had 17½in diameter x 26in stroke cylinders, and 4ft 10in diameter driving wheels on a standard wheelbase of 8ft + 8ft 6in. The boiler carried a heating surface of 1,233ft 2 and was pressed to 140psi except for Nos 1192-1221 with a total heating surface of 1,223ft 2 and the tender was the Johnson pattern 2,350gal type holding 4 tons of coal. . Working weights totalled 34 tons 3cwt for ...
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British and Irish locomotive manufacture for export. This file originated in Lowe's remarkable British steam locomotive builders (since withdrawn from Norfolk's dismal book collection) and its supplement, but has been augmented by reference to other studies, including some not cited by Lowe. This file excludes the workshops of railway companies which are treated separately.
No. Photo. Class. Wheel Arrang't. Builder's No & Year. Status. Location. Notes. 4' 8.5" Gauge. 1. 1. 0-4-2. Robert Stephenson & Co 958 of 1854. Display. Powerhouse Museum. is displayed as a key exhibit in the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney.. 18
A handsome and very usable half-size miniature engine based on the Garrett 4CD tractor. Completed in recent years to a very high standard and barely used since, this engine is now available for sale in excellent condition with current boiler certificates.
Item: Pictures : For Sale: Machinery from well-known Siesta2 by Lindsay Drabsch Machinery from well-known Siesta2 by Lindsay Drabsch. Possibly one of the finest steam launch combination s in Australia, that propelled the 3 ½ ton vessel comfortably at 7 knots. Engine is Clough 3”x 4 ½” x 4” compound, with gear driven air and feed pumps, hand feed pump, oil boxes and cups.
The Fleet in 2016. Ben-my-Chree (6) 2010 after her refit in 2009 . Super Fastcraft Manannan (1). The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company History . The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company is the oldest continually operating passenger shipping company in the world, having began operations in 1830.
(Above) Class H16 No 30520 was photographed at Clapham Junction during the 1950s. At this time the H16s were regularly employed on Clapham Junction-Waterloo empty stock duties and in their final years Nos 30516 and 30517 found regular employment on the Fawley branch oil trains.