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British Industrial History

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Anson Engine Museum

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1908 Campbell gas engine, ex-Shad Thames Pumping Station
1897 diesel engine by Mirrlees, Watson, Yaryan and Co. First diesel engine built in Britain
1883 'Piano base' Crossley gas engine
1835 warning sign from Vulcan Foundry, Newton-le-Willows
Preheating the cylinder heads of a Gardner semi-diesel
Atkinson 'Cycle' engine on loan from Delft Technical Museum

Anson Road, Poynton, Cheshire, SK12 1TD.

  • Friendly museum with a superb collection of internal combustion engines, mainly diesel and gas-fuelled, including very rare and very early examples. Also several stationary steam engines, including a large mill engine by S. S. Stott and Co and a rare Fowler beam engine.
  • Note that the museum is closed to visitors during the winter period.

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