SD7009 : Bolton Steam Museum

near to Bolton, Great Britain

Bolton Steam Museum
Bolton Steam Museum
This is the country's only erected example of a beam engine that has been McNaughted. McNaught's 1845 patent was for a technique of doubling the power of an existing single cylinder beam engine by adding a new high pressure cylinder between the crank and beam centre and using the original cylinder as a low pressure cylinder. This is all visible in the photograph. The engine came from Cellarsclough Mill, Marsden.
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Sunday, 29 March, 2009
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