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B785 Working model of compound surface condensing marine engine (LC) ...screw engine, with separate steam pump driven by a high speed twin engine, engine by Stuart Turner Ltd, Henley-on-Thames, England, [Australia or United Kingdom]; A A Stewart Collection (OF).. Click to enlarge.

Model of a compound surface condensing marine engine

    This model is a part of the A. A. Stewart collection of ship, mechanical, and railway models acquired by the Powerhouse Museum over nearly 30 years from 1938 to 1963. Albyn A. Stewart was a trained engineer fascinated by engineering models and he constructed some of those in the collection. Others however were brought from amateur and commercial modellers at great expense to Stewart who travelled regularly to England to seek out models. In January 1938, Percival Marshall, the editor of 'The …

    Summary

    Object No.

    B785

    Object Statement

    Working model of compound surface condensing marine engine (LC) ...screw engine, with separate steam pump driven by a high speed twin engine, engine by Stuart Turner Ltd, Henley-on-Thames, England, [Australia or United Kingdom]; A A Stewart Collection (OF).

    Physical Description

    Working model of compound surface condensing marine engine (LC) ...screw engine, with separate steam pump driven by a high speed twin engine, engine by Stuart Turner Ltd, Henley-on-Thames, England, [Australia or UK]; A A Stewart Collection (OF).

    Dimensions

    Height

    350 mm

    Depth

    305 mm

    Source

    Credit Line

    Purchased 1941

    Acquisition Date

    31 August 1941

    Cite this Object

    Harvard

    Model of a compound surface condensing marine engine 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 9 February 2023, <https://ma.as/214805>

    Wikipedia

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