SE1835 : Uniflow steam engine, Bradford Industrial Museum

3 km from Farsley, Leeds, Great Britain

Uniflow steam engine, Bradford Industrial Museum
Uniflow steam engine, Bradford Industrial Museum
This is the 1921 Newton, Bean & Mitchell uniflow engine from Linton Mill SE0063 : Linton Mills. This view includes the Eastwood patent isochronous governor that adjusts the cut off of the positively actuated piston drop valves. The engine also has automatic compression relief valves. This was seen in steam and the fact that several covers are off allowed me to immediately appreciate the way that the governor adjusts the main steam valve eccentrics - something that had been troubling me for the best part of a year.
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2010
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Saturday, 11 December, 2010   (more nearby)
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Sunday, 12 December, 2010
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Steam engines   (more nearby)
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OSGB36: geotagged! SE 184 350 [100m precision]
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