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'TANDEM COMPOUND' MILL ENGINE
The Tandem Compound Mill Engine became quite common in the late Victorian times and was still being used in the mid-20th Century.
This Model represents a typical Tandem Compound Mill Engine of this period and has been simplified especially for the model engineer.
We are offering the main castings separate to the machined cast base as some modellers would prefer to use a wooden block with BMS bed plated and it keeps the price down. The cast machined base is for mounting on a wooden block.
Cylinder HP 1" LP 1 5/8" Bore x 1 1/2" Stroke - Flywheel 6" - Base 18 1/2" x 7"

As featured on the Front Cover of the Model Engineer No.3879 Vol 165 August 1990. Which was also the start of a series on the construction of this model.
'DOUBLE TANDEM COMPOUND' MILL ENGINE
The Tandem and Double Tandem Compound Mill Engine were also quite common in the late Victorian times and were lso still being used up to the mid-20th Century.
The Model represents a typical Double Tandem of this period, and it is based on our Tandem Compound with new drawings. It makes a good size model with lots of scope for further detail modelling.
Cylinders HP 1" LP 1 5/8" Bore x 1 1/2" Stroke - Flywheel 6" - Base 18 1/2" x 14"

Our Tandem Compound Mill Engine on which this Model is based was the subject of a constructional series in the Model Engineer which would be of help to newer modellers. Series commenced August 1990 No.3879 Vol 165 .
'VULCAN' BEAM ENGINE

The "Vulcan" Beam Engine cir. 1830. This real old timer amongst beam engines , evokes the era of the early historic steam engine, when they were becoming self-contained all metal constructions. This engine is representative of that early transition from the use of wooden beams, and the engine structure being part of the engine house.
A straight forward engine to build yet producing an attractive and interesting model which can be up and ready for steaming quite quickly for the experienced. It is also covered by a constructional series in The Model Engineer for those who may need a little help. And the model is thus ideal for up and coming modellers.
Cylinder 7/8" Bore x 2 1/4" Stroke - Base 10 1/4" x 5 1/8" - Flywheel 8 3/8" x dia.

Constructional series started in the Model Engineer 21st October, 1954.

Please note the picture is for information purpose only the base shown is a customer choice
'TAYPORT' TABLE ENGINE
An early type of Table Engine is what we had in mind when designing this fine Engine.
It is typical of the type used for general work in the early 19th Century.
The Model is fitted with a Watt Governor, Shut Off Valve and Displacement Lubricator.
A very useful engine to run model machinery.

Cylinder 1" Bore x 2" Stroke
Table Width 6 1/2" x 5 3/4" - Height 16 3/4"
Flywheel 9" dia
'DOUBLE HOTSPUR' HORIZONTAL ENGINE
This is a twin cylinder version of the popular 'Hotspur' single cylinder engine.
The bore and the stroke are the same as the single cylinder 'Hotspur'. The open ended cranks are to 90' to each other to enable the engine to start in any position.
There are also provisions made for fitting an axle driven water feed pump, and a governor.
The base is offered separate from the main engine castings so that modellers may, if they wish, use a wooden block with a 1/8" BMS bed plates which keeps the price down.
The cast aluminium base is offered with the top bed plate surface machined flat.
Cylinder 7/8" Bore x 1 1/2" Stroke - Base 13 1/2" x 7 3/4" - Flywheel 5"


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