SE2734 : Uniflow steam engine, Leeds Industrial Museum

near to Headingley, Leeds, Great Britain

Uniflow steam engine, Leeds Industrial Museum
Uniflow steam engine, Leeds Industrial Museum
Built in 1924 by Pollit & Wigzell of Sowerby Bridge. the only one of this type they built. Developed 500 horsepower and was used at Dobroyd Mills, Jackson Bridge.
Was lovingly re-erected in the late 1970s by Brian Kershaw and Duncan Lodge but has never been displayed in warm, weathertight conditions.
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2009
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Sunday, 22 November, 2009
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OSGB36: geotagged! SE 276 341 [100m precision]
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