Anson Engine Museum

Anson Engine Museum Gallery

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The left hand side of the main building from the front door2165 views33333
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Gardner 4L24160 viewsthis is the orginal 4L2 prototype engine that was orginally shown at the Shipping, Engineering & Machinery Exhibition, Olympia in September 1929.33333
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Second lot of parts arrive at museum4234 viewsThese arrived at museum 11 October 200633333
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Geoff explains the working and history of the Rattling Monsters2276 viewsPhoto courtesy of Barry Job33333
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Starting the engine2580 viewsGeoff in the process of starting the engine33333
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Inside crank case3654 viewsPhotograph courtesy of Maurice Clyde, taken w/c 16 October 2006 whilst engine being dismantled33333
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Dismantling the engine at the college4122 viewsPhotographs showing the first stage of dismantling, taken last week in September 2006 by Maurice Clyde33333
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Second lot of parts arrive at museum3576 viewsThese arrived at museum 11 October 200633333
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3 cylinder vertical National gas engine5126 views33333
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Closer view of the replica engine1546 viewsReplica of Diesel's engine that was built in 1897 and is considered to be the first diesel engine. It had been preceded by two experimental motors in 1882/93 and 1894. However, they did not work satisfactorily.

Replica built for MAN Truck & Bus to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Diesel's birth, 2008.

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Crossley Brothers Atmospheric Engine2496 viewsThis is an example of the largest size built of the Crossley Brothers Atmospheric-Free Piston engine; it is rated at 3 horsepower

Built 1877; Flywheel 59 x 3⅛; Total height 104; Height to shaft 74
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