A 3 inch scale Burrell agricultural engine, built to the Plastow design by a retired gentleman who spent his working life in engineering - most of the material for the engine came from his previous employment, including the EN24 crankshaft, fittings were largely constructed from bronze reclaimed from large scrap bearing rings.
Silver soldered copper boiler, 100psi working pressure, feed by injector and mechanical pump. Cast iron cylinder with slide valve actuated by Stephenson's gear, mechanical lubricator. Three shaft, two speed transmission, rubber tyres fitted to road wheels. Winch behind nearside rear wheel, fairleads on tender.
|boiler construction||silver soldered|
|hydraulic test valid to||21-Feb-2021|
|steam test valid to||13-Mar-2018|
|safety valve type||Ramsbottom|