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Last updated : Monday 16th July 2018


Mid Victorian Beam,
by Robert Sanderson's of Glasgow

A fine quality Beam Engine,a miniature copy of that built by Robert Sanderson's of Glasgow in 1846. She has a pump with access by the side panel. No doubting the superb standard of model engineering.

The base measures 20” long, 11” wide. The flywheel has a diameter of 9.5”.

She has been run on compressed air.

Price - £1,990 part exchange very welcome.

Stuart Turner 501 boiler with ST 10v

A “high quality” working steam raising boiler and steam operated ST 10v in sparkling showroom condition.

The model, built by a highly experienced model engineer, has been run on steam using the pair of propane gas burners. These provide a sufficiently high temperature to generate steam for a much larger engine should it be required by the new owner. The hand pump has a large capacity too and would easily maintain the boiler level for the higher steam output.

The model also has a whistle, displacement lubricator, regulator for steam supply, double propane burner, boiler blowdown valve, etc.

Baseboard measures : 15” square.

Price - £1,250

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