Early compound beam engine

Made:
1860
maker:
Horn, Thomas

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Compound Condensing Beam Engine 8" & 16" diam. x 17 7/8" & 26" stroke respectively, boiler feed pumps with plunger and Spare engine piston ring and parcel of small spare parts, by Thomas Horn, Engineer, Westminster, London, England, 1860 used at Ifield Sussex

Details

Category:
Motive Power
Object Number:
1928-1077
type:
steam engine - engine
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
  • engine - power producing equipment
credit:
Newcomen Society
status:
Permanent collection

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