WV6552 : Pallot Steam, Motor & General Museum

Pallot Steam, Motor & General Museum
Pallot Steam, Motor & General Museum
'Colonial' steam engine built by Tangye Bros of Birmingham in 1898. The slide valve cylinder is 10" x 15". This is the only engine I've ever seen with an attached bas-relief of Queen Victoria. It is believed this was to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee in 1897. Behind the flywheel is a Belliss & Morcom C-type compound driving a dynamo.
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Thursday, 19 July, 2007   (more nearby)
Friday, 1 May, 2015
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WGS84: 49:13.4988N 2:6.4127W
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