smokebox


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smokebox

(ˈsməʊkˌbɒks)
n
a chamber in a steam engine or boiler where smoke is collected
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Also Included Is (1) 3" X 4" Handhole Washout On Front Tube Sheet Above Front Smokebox.
But I still think the locomotive in your photograph is a Hall from the design of the smokebox and its hand rail and also the relative size of the train number headboard.
To puffer-nutter purists she cut a strange figure in wartime black (she'll be repainted light BR bronze green) and sporting three numbers: 60103 on the smokebox, 502 on one side of the cab and 103 on the other.
The original smokebox door and liner were held on by one hinge.
The loco numbers were usually shown on the side of the engine, while shed numbers were on the smokebox door - Middlesbrough's shed number was 51D.
Other dishes known to have been cooked on the footplate include jacket potatoes, trout, and even a sponge pudding in a smokebox in front of the locomotive.
A Black 5 locomotive was bedecked with a large Support the Poppy Appeal headboard attached to its smokebox.
Girls on Film, the latest Tall color collection from Smashbox, includes the Smokebox Photo Op Eye Palette ($42), where you don't have to be a makeup expert to create camera-ready smoky eyes.
Instead, a stiff and chilling wind off the sea; a sense of slow but inexorable decay; hollow sounds of wind blowing through empty cabs and smokebox cavities, and a persistent, ghostly rattle and smack of corroded plates and brakevan doors.
The boiler is also fitted with a combustions air pre-heater via a stainless steel recuperator located in the rear smokebox.