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1862 London Exhibition: Catalogue: Class IX.: Wilkinson, Wright and Co

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Portable Steam Engine
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2203. WILKINSON, WRIGHT, and CO., Boston, Lincolnshire.

Steam engines, thrashing machines, stacking machines or straw carriers, saw tables.

PORTABLE STEAM ENGINE.

The above illustration represents a PORTABLE STEAM ENGINE, with horizontal cylinder and ordinary tubular boiler, as manufactured by MESSRS. WILKINSON, WRIGHT, and Co. the workmanship is of first-rate quality, and in the engine will be found to contain all the latest improvements.

  • The above engine is of 7 horse-power. Price . . £200

PATENT PRIZE STACKING MACHINE OR STRAW CARRIER.

The silver medal was awarded to this implement at the Royal Agricultural Show at Leeds, 1861 also the silver medal at Mecklenburgh Schwerin, 1861.

This implement is applicable to stacking hay, straw, or other similar produce. May be worked by hand, horse, or steam power, will carry the material to be stacked to any reasonable distance or height, and in any direction.

  • Price, with a range of 15 yards and 30 ft. high. £31 10

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