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Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies: Steam Engines

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January 1888.
1892. 6-hp Traction Engine.
1899. Newly Designed Portable Steam Engine with one cylinder - exhibited at the 1899 Royal Agricultural Show.
Exhibit at Powerhouse Museum.
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December 1908.
1920.
1920.
1923.
Two scrapped engines.
Two scrapped engines.
Two scrapped engines.
Two scrapped engines.
Two scrapped engines.
2018. Located in Tankwa National Park on outskirts of South Africa's Great Karoo.
2018. Engine detail - Tankwa National Park.
2018. Engine - Tankwa National Park, South Africa.
2018. Engine - Tankwa National Park, South Africa.

Note: This is a sub-section of Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies.

List of Models

Built Reg No. Works No. Name
1872. No 2442 2442
1886. No 6818 6818 Little Ben
No 12622 12622
1902. No 14385 14385 Marie
1903. NO 4034 15012 The Countryman
1903. NO 2009 15278 Chieftain
1904. unknown 15650
1905. unknown 17150
1906. NO 6925 18504 Sybil
1905. NO 18053
1907 No 19439 19439
No 20737 20737
1908. 2891 UR 20760 Jubilee
1910. BS 9015 22589 Catastrophe
1912. BF 5011 24436
1911. J 6719 24585 Northern Star
1913. No 25781 25781
1917. 27268 27168 Little Lucy
1918. E 5123 27524 Jesse
1919. WR 6553 27596 Old Peculiar
1920. PV 4943 31086 Hooky
1919. SA 4253 31298 Garioch Queen
33256 33256
35267 35267
1924. BS 9010 36020
1925. No 36030 36030
1920. UE 2496 36220
1927. DO 6883 38088 Enterprise
1928. No 39149 39149
1928. PN 1903 General Wolfe
1931. TL 1874 42013 Sister Wendy
1931. No 42019 42019

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