|Vickers Armstrong 150HP engine used to open Tower Bridge in London.|
|First engine which started the museum collection, a horizontal open crank single|
|Hick Hargreaves 50HP engine from a Mill with Corliss Valve Gear.|
|"Spruce" half of a pair of 50HP Beam Engines from a Staffordshire|
|Robey 200HP Tandem Compound Mill Engine used to drive|
machinery at Sleaford Maltings.
|Inverted 600HP Triple Expansion waterworks pumping engine from|
Dover Waterworks, last of its type built in the UK.
|Easton and Anderson 65HP A Frame waterworks beam engine from Roall water pumping|
station in Yorkshire.
|Vertical Boiler that feeds the steam to the engines.|
|Demonstration of how Line Shafting was used to drive machinery in mills and |
There where many more smaller engines to see working, plus a die cast model collection and a lovely Hog roast. An interesting couple of hours and worth the entrance fee. See here for info Forncett Museum