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'HOTSPUR' HORIZONTAL ENGINE
This fine Horizontal Steam Engine has been designed for the beginner with a little turning and simple milling experience.
It is based on a typical engine of the late 19th Century, having a simple slide valve and a very useful working water feed pump and compression bottle.
Cylinder 7/8" Bore x 1 1/2" Stroke - Base length 10" - Flywheel 6 1/4"
'DAIRY ENGINE' RANSOMES, SIMS & JEFFERIES
A fine example of a small Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies " Dairy Engine " by John Haining makes an interesting alternative to a stationary engine with its own steam plant it should be up and running quite quickly, do remember at the very least to chock the wheels! as for a small engine it is quite powerful. For those who need a little help the engine is covered by a construction series in the Model Engineer and in which John Haining relates the history of the diary engine.
Overall Length 9 1/4" - Overall Width 5" - Overall Height 12 5/8"
Copper Boiler 7 1/2" long x 4" dia - Cylinder 5/8" Bore x 5/8" Stroke

As featured for construction by John Haining in the Model Engineer 1st November 1985.
'HENRY' A POWERFUL OSCILLATING STEAM PLANT
The little engine was inspired by the products of Bing, Carrette and other makers of the early 1900s. This one comes from the same period, but from a quite different source. Mr. Henry Muncaster was an engineer of some note, chiefly in the field of heavy engineering, but was also an enthusiastic model engineer; a contemporary of both Stuart Turner and Henry Greenly. He wrote for `Work' and `English Mechanics' on both model and full size engineering subjects, and was soon recruited into the service of "The Model Engineer". His models covered a very wide range, from simple oscillators up to substantial engines large enough to drive a lathe.
This pretty little engine is ideal for even the smallest lathe with the added attraction of its own steam plant, it can be up and running quite quickly giving fun for all the family.

Cylinder 5/8" Bore x 1" Stroke - Engine Base 2 3/4" x 2 1/4" - Flywheel 3" dia.

The book written by Tom Walshaw from which the above abstracts were taken, is available.
'AEOLUS' FORCED DRAFT FAN
Designed by Tubal Cain as something for the builders of stationary engines, for their engines to drive.
Original design was by Mr. F. Bumstead around 1887, it was a four foot fan intended for marine forced draft and similar duties, an excellent engine to run it would be Tubal Cain's "Coomber" engine of 1876.

As featured on the Front Cover of the Model Engineer No.3837 Vol 161 December 1988. Which was the start of a constructional series by Tubal Cain.


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