Anson Engine Museum

Anson Engine Museum Gallery

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1000 Engine Rally 2007 inside our stall184 viewsvisitor intrigued by the crated Blackstone engine.

Blackstone Type JPI, HP 16, RPM 800, Engine Number JPL 83L 301. It had been sent to the African Water Technology Exhibition, Nairobi, Kenya in 1982 where it was on Stand No 109 driving a water pump. It was recently found (still crated) having been returned from the Exhibition to the Mirrlees factory in 1982. It had lain forgotten about for 25 years!
1905 Campbell 10hp gas engine. This engine came from Berry Brow pumping station in Huddersfield864 views
Outside the pumping station790 views1996
Showing engine above and pump below 916 views
Pump in the pit a floor below the engine951 viewsthe engine is on the ground floor above
Stott Steam Engine931 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.
First load of Doxford engine parts arrive at museum2138 viewsPhotograph taken by Geoff Challinor of first load of parts arriving 3 October 2006. Load consists of the top section of the scavenge pump, top piston and cross head assembly and various smaller parts.
the young visitors enjoyed pumping the bellows279 views
Pumping the bellows415 viewsfor the forge
The volunteers add the finishing touches917 viewsit was all hands to the pump making sure the engines were cleaned and polished ready for the exhibition
Sectioned Gardner Fuel Pump1222 views
View of engine on top gantry1160 viewsthe pump is on the floor below
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