A Live Working Model Of An Old Yorkshire Mill Brass Steam Engine

   A brass model of an early Yorkshire mill steam engine. This was started over 50 years ago and came to the retired toolroom engineer who now builds model steam engines, just over a year ago as an unfinished project. Double wheels suggest it was a steel mill engine, the original engineer who commissioned it, came from Steel city Sheffield. This possibly could be a one off, however we have no province to prove this as the original engineer is no longer with us. Runs well and sounds like (Yorkshire accent),''ey lad, like a steam engine should on low air pressure (5 psi). The engine has ...
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