Anson Engine Museum

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Geoff gives a brief history of where the engine came from 2604 viewsStott Engine facts:
Built by SS Stott in 1903
Horizontal cross compound engine
Cylinders 12.5 inches and 22 inches by three inches
Flywheel 10 foot in diameter with a weight of 10 tons
HP Corliss Valves, LP Slide Valves
Indicated horsepower 200-250hp
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there wasn't an inch that didn't get photographed2603 views
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Front view of 3bhp showing makers plate2601 viewsIn fantastic condition for its age (built 1877) this view shows the gear detail from the front and the makers plate
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Close up of the fuel pump before it is removed for cleaning2600 viewsRuston VXA
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Series of photographs starting the 4L2 for the first time (2)2592 viewsafter its restoration work - just prior to the EHHS presentation May 2005
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Paul Gardner thanks the President of the IMECHE for the award2587 viewsduring the presentation of the EHHS plaque May 2005
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2583 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
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Sectioned Gardner Fuel Pump2582 views
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better view of the winch2578 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 jib
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view from the back2575 views
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Engine partly dismantled ready for transportation to Cheshire2573 viewsJanuary 1997
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Gardner 4L2 - close up2566 views
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