Bounderby had taken possession of a house and grounds, about fifteen miles from the town, and accessible within a mile or two, by a railway striding on many arches over a wild country, undermined by deserted coal-shafts, and spotted at night by fires and black shapes of stationary engines
at pits' mouths.
On the day no fewer than four threshing boxes were on in action alongside large numbers of stationary engines
, motor bikes, cars, commercial vehicles and tractors.
Damian Roberts is a stationary engine
enthusiast and owner of two Lister stationary engines
previously featured in Farm Collector.
This contract concerns the conformity of a fleet of approximately 215 stationary engines
installed on various sites of the STIB.
Its drain intervals can reach up to 650,000 km for truck and bus applications, and 32,000 hours (or five years) for stationary engines
The show will feature over 1,000 models including steam locomotives, traction engines, model boats and stationary engines
along with railway layouts of different scales and even some full size traction engines.
It also owns a host of stationary engines
, and is building a compressed air system to run them at open days.
ese were stationary engines
that powered machines on factory production lines and helped to drive the Industrial Revolution.
car clubs, model trains and boats, stationary engines
, classic and vintage motorcycles on display.
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, JB Systems is providing the Hilco vent mist elimination system which meets these new requirements.
VINTAGE machinery enthusiasts found plenty to interest them among the record number of 234 entries of old tractors, stationary engines
and other equipment at the 2013 Royal Welsh Spring Festival.
When it was opened, locomotives weren't powerful enough to haul coal wagons up steep hills, so George Stephenson installed stationary engines
which pulled the wagons up on ropes, and on one section of the line he let gravity do the work, with full wagons travelling down the hill pulling empty ones back up.