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Post by Lewis MacRae on Sun Apr 14 2013, 11:46

Just thought I would share with you my collection of Stationary engine. It consists of a 1926 Lister L which was restored by my late granfather when he was in a wheel chair, a 1942 Lister D and a 1946 Wolsely WD 11 and parker pump which was supplied to the forestry commision.

Lewis


lister L by LewizMacRae, on Flickr


lister D by LewizMacRae, on Flickr


Wolseley WD 2 and Parker pump by LewizMacRae, on Flickr

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Post by stationary stu on Sun Apr 14 2013, 12:13

I do like the Lister L and Parker pump you and your Grandfather have made a cracking job restoring these engines.

Well done, :thumbup:

Stu.

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Post by Lewis MacRae on Sun Apr 14 2013, 12:22

My Grandfather has restored all of the engines there but he sadly passed away 2009 i am currently restoring a 1951 Lister D

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Post by kevjhnsn on Sun Apr 14 2013, 15:10

lewis
following in his foot steps ,good lad he will be proud of you ,and what a great collection you have ,
love the parker pump not seen one before ,and i do like the lister L engines, big old girls
whats the 5 spoked flywheel atatched to thats hiding under the sheet in the first pics :chin: Wink
hope you get the lister d up and running the way you want mate
waiting for future posts of updates ,pics and hoping for the running D video
when your finished
kev

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5 spoke flywheel

Post by Lewis MacRae on Sun Apr 14 2013, 15:19

If your looking at what I think your looking at, that is a Richmond and Chandler of manchester kibler

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Lewis lol! , x2 Lister D, x1 IHC LAA, x1 Lister L, x1 Wolseley WDII, x1 Amanco Chore Boy, x1 Fairbanks Morse Z 3 HP, x1 Crossley 1030?

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