Gas Engines

The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

Help Herstmonceux Museum Identify a Generator Engine

By Terry Valeriano

An employee at Herstmonceux Museum in England needs help in identifying an engine for historical purposes.


Who Made This Marine Engine?

By Eric Jackson

A reader thinks his marine engine might be a Peterborough but who knows for sure?


Recycled Sparta Economy Engine

By Bruce Heppler

A 4 hp Sparta Economy engine gets saved from the recycler!


Fairbanks-Morse Hoist Engine

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

From the archive: A factory photo of a Fairbanks-Morse 9 hp Type T hoist.


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1942 350 hp Fairbanks-Morse Diesel Engine

By Bill Vossler

A massive Fairbanks-Morse diesel engine gets a second life.


Drag Saw Engine Identified

By Chris Jerue

A reader thinks an unidentified drag saw engine was built by the Beaver Motor Car Co.


Bridge Engine Identified as a Double Efficiency

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

A reader sends in an old photo of an engine helping a crew with bridge construction.


Getting a Bessemer Gas Engine to Original Specs

By Bill Gingerich

A reader’s Bessemer gas engine is missing the fuel and cooling tank.



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