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‘Agnes’ - 1909 tandem compound condensing mill engine.

Built by Pollit & Wigzell. Sowerby Bridge, Yorkshire.

Compound marine engine - 1942.

Built by Fleming & Ferguson, Paisley

One of two engines fitted in a wartime crane ship named ‘London Titan

Fleming & Ferguson - Marine Plenty & Son - Marine

Triple expansion marine engine - 1925

Built by Plenty & Sons, Newbury

Qualter, Hall

Single Cylinder Engine - 1874.

Built by Needham, Qualter, Hall & Co. For Barnsley Brewery Co. Ltd.

South Yorkshire

Side-Lever - Marine

Side-lever marine engine - 1907.

Built by Hepple & Sons, South Shields Port engine, fitted to the paddle tug ‘Reliant’.

Triple expansion marine engine - 1927.

Built by W Sisson & Co. Ltd. Gloucester

Installed in the Thames River Steamer ‘Mapledurham’

Robey - Two Cylinder

Twin cylinder engine - 1902.

Built by Robey & Co., Lincoln.

Yarwood - Marine

Compound marine engine - 1906

Built by JS White,, Isle of White.

The egine originally powered a 56ft pinnace belonging to the battleship ‘Agamemnon’.


Sisson - Marine J S White - Marine

Compound marine engine - 1937

Built by WJ Yarwood of Northwich, Cheshire.

Installed in the dredger ‘Seiont II’

Thornewill & Warham

Two single cylinder engines - 1884.

Built by Thornewill & Warham, Burton on Trent.

Installed in the Wilderspool Brewery,Warrington.

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In addition to the above engines, there is a variety of smaller engines and steam pumps on display.

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Steering Engine - RFA Throsk

Ship’s steam steering engine.

Installed on RFA ship ‘Throsk’

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Capstan Engine - RFA Throsk

Ship’s steam capstan engine.

Installed on RFA ship ‘Throsk’

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