SO9491 : Black Country Living Museum - steam narrowboat President

near to Tipton, Sandwell, Great Britain

Black Country Living Museum - steam narrowboat President
Black Country Living Museum - steam narrowboat President
Built in 1909 for Fellows, Morton & Clayton then converted to diesel in 1925. The vessel was restored to steam power in 1974 and is now on its second boiler and engine in the preservation era. This boiler was made by Cochran of Annan and installed in 1990. It is a single furnace, coal burning, dry back boiler with return tubes. The classic Scotch boiler has wet back combustion chamber(s).
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2012
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Saturday, 14 July, 2012   (more nearby)
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Thursday, 19 July, 2012
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Historic sites and artefacts  Canals 
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OSGB36: geotagged! SO 9493 9173 [10m precision]
WGS84: 52:31.4053N 2:4.5693W
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