Steam engines

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Beam Engine with Benjamin Turner, Works Engineer and his son William

Written on the back "Beam engine at John Bradley Ltd, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. People are Benjamin Turner, Works Engineer there, and his son William. Date of photo estimated about 1905. See photos of accident to this engine in the late 1920's in a manuscript folder by B Turner, dated 1929."

Unknown photographer

Foster & Rastrick and Company Steam Engine

Written on back of photograph is "Foster & Rastrick Foundry, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. Engine driving helve for wrought iron. Pre 1914. To Rex Wailes from James Turner, AMIMechE"

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Murray's Hypocycloidal Engine

Written on back of photograph is "Foster & Rastrick Foundry, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. Murray Hypocycloidal Engine. Pre 1914. To Rex Wailes from James Turner, AMIMechE".

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Accident to Beam Engine

Written on back of photograph is "Foster & Rastrick Foundry, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. Accident to beam engine 1928. To Rex Wailes from James Turner, AMIMechE".

Unknown photographer

Ansell’s Mill, Cottenham

Photograph from a box of Hallam Ashley prints labelled 'Assorted UK windmill photos - not Norfolk'. Most have no additional information. Shows a smock mill and adjacent steam engine house and chimney.

Ashley, Hallam (1900-1987), photographer

Water Mill at the victualing works at Red House, Deptford

A photograph made by Hallam Ashley of a technical drawing done by John Smeaton in the 18th century.

'Design for a Water Mill for His Majesty's Victualing Office Works at the Red House to be worked by water raised by a Steam Engine'. Transverse and Longitudinal Sections are drawn.
The yard at Deptford became the largest food-processing operation in England. It was largely rebuilt between 1774 and 1785.

Smeaton, John (1724-1792), engineer

Tuxford's steam portable traction engine

About 1839 a portable steam engine was produced, allowing the application of steam power in the fields beyond the confines of the farmyard. William Tuxford of Boston, Lincolnshire started manufacture of an engine built around a locomotive-style boiler.

Ashley, Hallam (1900-1987), photographer

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