Model steam engine, vertical compound, metal / wood, A A Stewart collection, castings made by Stuart Turner Ltd., Henley-on-Thames, England, 1907-1938 Model of a vertical tandem compound marine engine made of metal and mounted on a rectangular wooden base. The model is finished in green and black. With reversing gear activated by a handwheel, and a vertical air pump to represent a system for condensing steam, the model is representative of certain marine engines that were used on some of the large steamships or tugs. The model is fitted with a small flywheel.
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(Accession num: B787)
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