Petrol (gasoline) engines on display at Stapehill.
An F.F. Type L1, serial #11382, 1-2 HP. This single cylinder four stroke water cooled engine was built in Denmark in 1944.
Burrell engine #3812 at Blists Hill.
In the tractor area.
360 HP pumping engine at Tower Bridge, London.
Campbell gas engine #5685, built in 1906. Used at Berry Bros. Sewage Works in Hudders field, West Yorkshire, and now on display at Anson Museum.
Alfred Bernard tries to figure out how this 1924 steam lorry, manufactured by W. Taskers & Sons, Ltd., is operated during a visit to the Hampshire County Museum. My favorite photo, this really gives a feel for the level of curiosity and excitement shared
Ron Jarvis, center, answers queries about his working steam models.
1903 Ivel tractor, 'world's oldest working petrol tractor,' at Stapehill.
A product of the Frome Engine Co., Frome, England, owned by John Upton
1929 Robey 35 HP oil engine #45234 at Amberley Chalk Pits Museum. Originally located at the Harwood Road Depot, Little-hampton, where it drove an air compressor to supply an ejector which raised the town's sewage for discharge into the sea.
Nuffield tractor at Upton's.
On this page, photos from the Tatton Park 1000 rally. Above left, starting up a 1910 Tangye AA, #19088BR. This engine has magneto ignition, instead of the standard Tangye hot tube, a modification considered safer for use in hazardous areas, such as sawmil