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Circa 1893 10hp Foos

Company: The Foos Gas Engine Co., Springfield, Ohio Year: Circa 1893 Serial Number: 16 Horsepower: 10 Bore: 6-inch Stroke: 11-inch Owner: Todd Ryker The Foos Gas Engine Co. was formed in 1887 by John Foos. Foos engine production included engines operating on either ...

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Answer To Mysterious Engine

The following letter was previously published in the June/July 2021 issue of Gas Engine Magazine. Editor, Hello and hope you are doing well. I am a long-time subscriber to Gas Engine Magazine, but this may be the first time I’ve emailed. I found what I consider to be a unique engine ...

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Coolspring Spotlight: 1905 Either/Ajax engine

Kougher Half Breed Pavilion Either / Ajax Company: B.D. Northrup Co., Washington, PA Year: Circa 1905 Engine cylinder: 86 Frame number: 2874 Horsepower: 15 or 20hp Owner: Paul Harvey This engine was manufactured by the B.D. Northrup Co. of Washington, Pennsylvania. Blancher ...

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Half-Scale Gardner Model 0 Build – Part 2 of 2

Photos by Peter Rooke Manufacturer : Alyn Foundry, North Wales, U.K. Year : N/A Serial No. : 2292 Horsepower : 3/4hp @ 450rpm (full-size engine) Bore & stroke : 1-3/8in x 2in Flywheel : 9-1/2in Ignition : Hot tube Governing : Volume Cooling : Tank-cooled Weight : ...

Watch Coolspring’s 600 HP Snow Start Up, Run and Shutdown

In the August/September 2014 issue of Gas Engine Magazine, we brought you the story of the Coolspring Power Museum's efforts to acquire, move and restore a 1917 600 HP Snow gas compressing engine. The 20-year project ended with the dedication and successful operation of the Snow. In the video ...

Gas Engine at Work

Above is a very interesting circa 1915 picture of a farm harvest scene in Eagan, Minn. At the time, Eagan was rural farm land. The house in the background was moved from the Eagan site to Inver Grove Heights in 1990. The house has been remodeled and is now up for sale.My questions are many: ...

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Preserving the History of Internal Combustion Engines