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Post by RAB on Sun Jul 31 2011, 05:50

Hi all,

Anyone who has a picture that they wish to put forward for the September, please post it here and we can have a vote on it.

It can also be an implement that is driven by an engine if you wish ie, a water pump corn crusher and that type of thing.

Over the last few months weve had a few more new members join, It would be nice to see some of the engines or engine displays that you have got so please feel free to post and we look forward to seeing your stuff.

I know posting a pic here is not the easiest so i have posted a link on how to post pics below:-

http://www.stationaryengineforum.net/t2492-step-by-step-photo-upload

Hope thats of use to all.

Paul


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Re: September header picture

Post by hob on Fri Aug 05 2011, 18:23

something to get things started


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TAKEN AT THE 2011 TRANS PENNINE RUN, HARROGATE.

Post by earlsinclare on Sun Aug 07 2011, 12:19


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Re: September header picture

Post by mike d on Mon Aug 08 2011, 21:42

here's my entry....
its a 1918 Saxon..only one known in the UK...



regards,mike..

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Post by Guest on Mon Aug 08 2011, 22:16

mike d wrote:here's my entry....
its a 1918 Saxon..only one known in the UK...

regards,mike..

Is that a badge engineered Hercules? Saxon is not a re-seller iv heard of, there were 30+ to choose from Hercules a Jaeger being the most common.

My ol faithfull! another example of American badged engineering, Made by Nelson Brothers sold to Montgomery Wards who sold them to the public under there trade name of Sattley.



Cheers Steve

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Re: September header picture

Post by kevjhnsn on Wed Aug 10 2011, 02:57

lister A spec a36c yr 1936 industrial clockwise reverse rotation engine
hadent run since early 70s took me three days back to a runner.


one day was to just find the engine under all the gunk
but preserved her well though

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Post by kevjhnsn on Wed Aug 10 2011, 03:34

my lister A working my centrefugal waterpump on trolley LISTER STEAMING IN HER WORKING CLOTHS


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Re: September header picture

Post by RAB on Sun Aug 21 2011, 06:49

earlsinclare wrote:

Are these both Gardner engines?

I know the one in the back is, the front looks the same.

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