1902 Corliss Tandem Engine Video
Watch a 1902 Corliss tandem compound steam engine built by J. & W. McNaught Ltd.
Watch Elsie, a huge Corliss run in this clip featuring a tandem compound steam engine which means, both the low and the high-pressure cylinder are working in line on the same piston rod with a single crank. The engine dates from 1902 and was built by J. & W. McNaught Ltd, the Corliss specialists at Rochdale. She could do 180hp @ 75rpm and was able to drive up to 1000 looms.
Filmed in 2013 at the Bolton Steam Museum, this video includes educational infographics with technical details and thorough labeling.
1939 1000HP Murray Corliss Video
Watch the soon-to-be relocated 1939 1,000hp Murray Corliss antique engine run.
1909 5HP Abenaque Video
Watch this 5HP Abenaque gas engine, originally designed by Frederick M. Gilbert in New England, run.
10hp Alamo Circa 1914
The Coolspring Power Museum spotlight is a 10hp Alamo gas engine from 1914 with an oil-burning engine design.