Vintage Stationary Engines

From Bruce and Trish's collection

For the preservation of our history for future generations, we are always looking for stationary engines running or not
complete or close to complete, restored or unrestored. If you have an engine that might be of interest to us please send us an email

 

The engine shed

Please click your mouse on an engine photo below for information on that engine.

 3D images are available to view in p2gStereoPhoto click here by <prggies2go>   You will need anaglyph glasses.  

3D videos of the engines running are available on each engine page or you can visit YouTube You will need a 3D screen & glasses or anaglyph glasses.  YouTube settings allow you to view the videos in 2D if you prefer.

 

 


Australian made Buzacott Farm Pumper driving a brass well pump
Australian made Sundial type B 2 HP Australian made Southern Cross PAA

Australian made Kelly and Lewis KE 4 HP
Australian made Buzacott Type C 3 HP Australian made Harris, Scarfe & Sandovers type 3PB
Australian made Mac Donald SE Hvid Diesel Australian made Ronaldson & Tippett N
Australian made Ronaldson & Tippett NA driving an
Australian made Rega pump

Australian made Southern Cross AXC 3 HP
American made Clinton Model 494 Australian made Southern Cross ETB Diesel 2 HP
English made BSA Model 320 power plant English made Norman T 600
Australian made Villiers Mk 10 driving an
Australian made Clor posthole drill

Australian made Villiers MK 20
English made Lister LP-1 English made Petter AC-1

Australian made Southern Cross YB Diesel
 Villiers type C.  Australian made Buzacott -Rosebery 2HP

Australian made Marino (Cooper) engine
and pump on original base
Australian made
Moffat-Virtue V3
Australian made McDonald CE Diesel


Australian made
Pilot Marine engine



Australian made McDonald SPI
diesel engine (Macsdiesel)


Australian made Sundial Type A 2HP



American made New Way Type C
model A
Wolseley WD8 driving a Southern Cross
32volt lighting plant.
Lister CS 3.5 HP Diesel engine
   
 
Petter PAZ1 Diesel engine
 

Links

The National Historical Machinery Association (N.H.M.A)
Smokestack

The Old Machinery Magazine (T.O.M.M.)

Note: YouTube videos are available to watch on some of the engine pages.

More engine information and pictures to be added as we acquire them.

Choofers -Saturday August 02, 2014