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General Purpose George V Photo of the general purpose compound traction engine 'King George V', a 1911 or 1912 Foden (No 2654...
Marshall Sons & Co.Ltd. 2011-01-29 Edendale NZ Marshall Sons & Co.Ltd Traction Engine Number 56720 originally new too "Grant...
Now derelict This boiler is derelict and painted to look good, and is standing on the quayside in one of the chan...
Marshall Sons & Co.Ltd engine 58876 2011-03-19 Thornbury NZ Marshall Sons & Co.Ltd traction engine number 58876 used to drive a portable...
2 Marshall 2011-03-19 Thornbury NZ Marshall Sons & Co.Ltd traction engines numbered 58876 and 56720
Foster Steam Engine Foster Steam Engine, Built 1940. Works number 14657. Displayed in Summerlee Heritage Park.
Details for the Foster Details for the Foster of picture #444, in Summerlee.
Fowler steam roller at Summerlee heritage Park Fowler steam roller, 1928 T3B Steam Roller, Works No. 17251, Reg. DS 7206. Undergoing some maintain...
Allchin AP 9077 An Allchin traction engine on the Isle of Wight 30-8-10 Ed.: The Havenstreet Queen, built in 19...
Beamish Rambler This is 'Rambler' a 1930 Fowler Steam Road Roller in the Vehicle Collection at Beamish Museum. The p...
Rambler preparing for the day Beamish, sunday 29th May 2011 and the Fowler Steam Road Roller 'Rambler' prepares for a days steamin...
Wallis & Steevens GP engine 7248 "Pedler" photographed at the Electric Railway Museum, next door to the Midland Air Museum, on 21 May...

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