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Stationary Steam Engine??

Post by Peter D Owen on Wed Oct 03 2012, 18:58

Hi every one,
Who know's about steam.
E. Hindley, Burton,Dorset.No Serial no.W 4ft x L 5ft x H 5ft
I will get some pictures.
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Post by Biggusdannus on Wed Oct 03 2012, 19:07

Theres a write up and some nice period adverts on graces guide. The Link> [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

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Re: Stationary Steam Engine??

Post by Peter D Owen on Thu Oct 04 2012, 08:17

Thanks,
Will look further

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Post by Peter D Owen on Sun Oct 21 2012, 11:15

I have found a gent at SWAPs by the name of Rob Mullins who is trying to help but if any one else knows about this company and there engine's
all info is welcome.
So far:It is a vertical boiler with wood jacket approx 6ft,vertical engine approx 5ft,the name plate say's E.S.Hindley, Bourton,Dorset.From this we think?? 1860--1902 because it became "and sons around this time.
Boiler and engine look sound.
Picture's of this engine and of my Lister D,Lister Junior & Ruston Hornsby PT will follow.
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Post by Peter D Owen on Sun Nov 11 2012, 11:11

If people look at my gallery they will see 4 pictures of the E.S.Hindle steam engine.
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Post by stationary stu on Sun Nov 11 2012, 12:09

Peter where's your gallery?

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Post by Peter D Owen on Sun Nov 11 2012, 12:26

In the "stationaryengineforum.net" site.
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Post by stationary stu on Sun Nov 11 2012, 12:57

Sorry Peter I forgot about the gallery at the top of the page. That's a nice steam engine not seen one that small before.

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