Photo #1: Big Red happily chuffing away at the Permian Basin Oil Show, October 1996.
Photo #10 shows what could probably be called a cylinder head. Notice the spark plug and wire to the magneto to the right.
Photo #11: A close up of the nameplate. Figure up the cubic feet on this thing.
Photo #12 shows the other side of the engine. Each cylinder has its own oiler.
Photo #13 shows some of the valve push rods.
Photo #14 is A close up of the valve push rod and the oilers.
Photo #2: 'Big Red' located near the operating wooden derrick. Modern work-over rig background.
Photo #3: Ajax steam engine powering the wooden derrick. Notice 'throttle' control wires going to steam inlet valve. Another similar sized pulley on the rig floor allowed the driller to adjust the engine speed.
Photo #5: Plaque on diesel generator.
Photo #4: Diesel generator used by Admiral Byrd.
Photo #6: A beautifully restored 2 HP Witte.
Photo #7: Some modern day 'serious' engines used in the oil patch.
Photo #8 shows most of the massive Cooper Bessemer.
Photo #9 shows one of the two gas pumping cylinders.