Introduction.

Introduction.

Postby pulsechoes » 01 Dec 2016, 00:04

Hi, I'm Charles, resident in Carlisle, Cumbria, UK. I have a small collection of nice engines. I have resurrected my membership of this Forum to do some
research on an engine that an acquaintance of mine has bought from NZ. Hope some of You guys can help me with this.

My engines include:-
1910. Heinrici Hot Air Engine.
1913 Gardner 1 ACR.
1918 1.5hp Renfrew.
c.1920 Standard Separator.
c.1930 "Bean Special" Cushman Cub.

Various model hot air engines ( "Robinson", "Davies-Charlton" and "Freelance")
"Numquam Illegitimo Carborundum"
pulsechoes
 
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Location: North Cumbria. England.

Re: Introduction.

Postby pulsechoes » 29 Oct 2017, 13:50

A few changes since I last logged on. All the hot air engines have gone, the Gardner has gone, the Bean special
has gone and the Standard has gone too. A few have turned up!! Collection now consists of :-
1.5hp Renfrew.
1 hp International Titan.
1938 Lister D
1942 Petter ASX
Scale model Perkins.
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Location: North Cumbria. England.

Re: Introduction.

Postby pulsechoes » 16 Mar 2018, 08:26

More changes afoot!!! The Titan is going to a friend soon, to be replaced by an early 20's 1.5hp Lauson Frost King Junior, the Perkins
model engine went at the end of last year to be replaced by a 1918 1.5hp Bentall Pioneer and a 1.5hp Turner Simplicity. Another guy
has expressed an interest in the quite rare Petter ASX and the Lister D may also go to make room for the small open cranks. All good fun!!
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Location: North Cumbria. England.


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