Anson Engine Museum

Anson Engine Museum Gallery

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Geoff welcomes the distnguished guests293 viewsGeoff welcomes the Mayor of Macclesfield and Trevor Owen, President of the IDGTE
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Presentation of IDGTE Heritage Award261 viewsTrevor Owen, President of IDGTE, presents the Heritage Award to Geoff Challinor
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Mayor of Macclesfield249 viewsMayor of Macclesfield explains how important the museum is to the Borough.

Trevor Owen, President of IDGTE in background
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Visitors enjoy the explanation of how they work399 viewsGeoff explains the history and workings of the Rattling Monsters
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Midsummer Mingle 2007284 viewsand there was still time to admire some engines too
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Sir Nicholas Winterton, Trevor Owen and Jim Crockatt (Mayor of Macclesfield)273 viewssome of the visitors entranced with Geoff's explanation
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Deep discussions about a model gas engine290 viewsRoy Gregory and Mike White discuss the finer points of a model
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Midsummer Mingle 2007255 viewsplenty of time to catch up with old friends as they admired the exhibits
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Line up of the rally engines 28 October 2006300 viewsSome of the rally engines on display
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National engine, H type316 viewsamong the rally engines on display
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some of the rally engines on display251 views
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1000 Engine Rally 2007 – inside our stall226 viewsOn display between the crate and the replica was the Tangye ‘Inverted’ Gas Engine, Built c1903, Engine No 888. Presented to Birmingham Science Museum by Tangye Ltd, Smethwick. Thought to be the only surviving example of the inverted vertical. Has typical Tangye mechanical oiler. Has been in store for several years and is now on loan for the Tangye Exhibition at the museum. Our sincere thanks to the Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery for permission to take the engine to the 1000 Engine Rally.
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