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Electric crane traversing moto
Electric crane traversing motor made by Royce Ltd, Manchester.
Model electric motor made usin
Model electric motor made using cotton bale bands by Lancashire engineer Mr Gerald Wild when working in Africa in 1962.
Electric Motor, Lancashire Dynamo & Motor Co.
Electric motor built by the Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Co. Ltd, Manchester. No 1.
Two cylinder water motor. Installed in St George's Church c.1865 to drive organ pump bellows.
Hysteresis motor type D-699-B/2 for facsimile machines
Hysteresis motor type D-699-B/2 no. 486577, developed for facsimile machines by Muirhead and Co. Ltd.
Electric Motor made by Turner, Atherton & Co. Ltd
Electric motor made by Turner, Atherton & Co. Ltd, Denton c.1919. Cylindrical turbine on rectangular base, made of cast iron, which is painted black.
Electric motor made by The General Electric Company Limited
Electric motor made by The General Electric Company Limited of London and Manchester.
Motor car starter motor, possibly made by Lucas, c
Motor car starter motor, possibly made by Lucas, c.1970.
Motor aneroid (barometer) in watch case, with scal
Motor aneroid (barometer) in watch case, with scales in feet and inches of mercury, to give height information
Motor car starter motor
C.A.V. type ZB geared electric starter motor for motor vehicles. Made by C.A. Vandervell & Co. Ltd., 1919
Master clock no. 65640, by Muirhead and Co. Ltd.,
Master clock no. 65640, by Muirhead and Co. Ltd., July 1932
Reva Electric Car
A Revolutionary Electric Vehicle Alternative or 'REVA'/G-Wiz electric car used for development work by Chloride Motive Power batteries, Bolton.
Hysteresis motor type K-145-A for facsimile machines, 1965
Hysteresis motor type K-145-A no. 408119, for facsimile machines, by Muirhead and Co. Ltd., February 1965
Hysteresis motor type D-997-A for facsimile machines
Hysteresis motor type D-997-A, no. 485238, developed for facsimile machines by Muirhead and Co. Ltd.
Motor coach, driving trailer composite, SR 2-Bil Unit
Locomotives and Rolling Stock
Motor coach, Southern Railway and British Railways Southern Region, driving trailer composite, No. 10656, from 2-Bil Unit No. 2090, built 1937.
Small, green, electric motor.
Small, green, electric motor. Made by the Faraday Electrical Engineering Co. Ltd, Glasgow.
Lucas motor car starter motor, type M35A, c.1955.
Lucas motor car starter motor, type M35A, c.1955.
Crossley Type IHD4 Diesel Engine
Four-stroke diesel engine, Type IHD4, made by Crossley Brothers Ltd, Manchester, c.1960. Used at the Tameside Collecge of Technology for testing different engine loads.
The World's First Superconducting Electric Motor
Electricity and Magnetism
The first superconducting electric motor, made in 1966 by NEI International Research and Development Co. Ltd. for the Ministry of Defence (Navy), a homopolar machine containing no iron and rated at 50 hp
Ferranti self starting synchronous electric motor
Ferranti Ltd self starting synchronous electric motor.
Three prints depicting Butler motorcycle
Three prints (20" x 15") of Butler's petrol cycle
Metropolitan Vickers Ltd Unive
Metropolitan Vickers Ltd Universal electric motor, c. 1930
Electric motor, by A. Gaiffe, Paris, 1900-1910, ow
Electric motor, by A. Gaiffe, Paris, 1900-1910, owned by Dr. A. Bruce, Edinburgh, 1900-1910
Safety lamp, Crossley, no specific type, compresse
Mining & Ore Dressing
Safety lamp, Crossley, no specific type, compressed air supply, from the Royal Commission on Accidents in Mines 1879-86, c.1880
Crossley Otto 'Silent' Horizontal Engine
Heat Engines (non steam)
Otto gas engine, slide valve, flame ignition, No. 12243, half h.p., made by Crossley Brothers Limited, Manchester, England, 1888
Crossley gas engine
Gas engine, made by Crossley Brothers Ltd, Openshaw, Manchester, c.1920. Noted at type G.E.115 No 3335 in accession register 1965 - 1979. Includes archive material documented in Adlib.
Motor Impairment Test, Ontario, Canada, 1972
Psychology, Psychiatry & Anthropometry
Motor Impairment Test, developed by DH Scott, FA Moyes and SE Henderson, 1972, from the Oseretsky Test (c.1946); used to detect impairment of motor function in children aged 5-13; consisting of rope, mallet, paper mazes, playing cards, etc., record blank and manual (incomplete); used at the Institute of Education, University of Liverpool, c.1960-1990.
Oil engine, made by Crossley B
Oil engine, made by Crossley Brothers Ltd, Manchester c.1900.
Model of diesel engine
Model of diesel engine, generator and exciter mounted on common bed, painted black. 16 cylinder in 'V' formation with generator (L.C.D) and exciter mounted on the bed. Gearing, injectors all at one end. In glass case.
Ten models of military Bedford road vehicles built
Ten models of military Bedford road vehicles built by Vauxhall Motors Ltd., 1939-1945.
Finished Shuttles, Crossleys, Todmodern
Gelatine silver print entitled 'Treadle Looms, Hattersley's of Keighley' by Ian Beesley. Prodiced for the commission `Through the Mill:, The Story of Yorkshire Wool in Photographs'. 1985-1987'.
Shuttle-making, Crossleys of Todmorden
Gelatine silver print entitled 'Shuttle-making, Crossleys of Todmorden' by Ian Beesley. Produced for the commission `Through the Mill:, The Story of Yorkshire Wool in Photographs'. 1985-1987'.
Brampton front motor cycle hub, DP5, sectioned, mounted together with Inv.1929-91 on a wooden stand.
Motor car electric generator
E maglita electric generator made by the M-L Magneto Syndicate Ltd., c. 1921, sectioned, on wooden base
Control lever and cable, from Carburettor, 'Capac' type
Control lever and cable from "Capac" carburettor.
Synclock electric time-piece, 3½-inch dial, by Eve
Synclock electric time-piece, 3½-inch dial, by Everett, Edgcumbe and Company Ltd., London, England, 1931.
Mini Clubman car, adapted for use by disabled driver, England, 1978-1979
Public Health & Hygiene
An orange Mini Clubman car adapted for use for driver, Ed Freeman, living with impairements caused by the drug compound thalidomide. In order to give more headroom, the floor was lowered and the controls have been adapted. Ed even included a mini bar for his friends to use. England, c.1978-1979.