Peel, Williams & Peel steam engine

Made:
1846 in Manchester
maker:
Peel, Williams and Peel

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Six-column beam engine, made by Peel, Williams & Peel, Manchester, in 1846 and originally used at Thomas Redfern's file-making factory in Stockport. A small beam engine, complete in itself and built as a free standing unit. Sometimes known as a 'wet bottom' engine due to its condenser tank at the base. Also described as a tank bed engine, with 12" x 20" slide valve cylinder.

Details

Category:
Motive Power
Object Number:
Y2009.49.1
type:
steam engine