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Tokomaru Steam Museum, Tokomaru, North Island, New Zealand.
 
Tokomaru Steam Museum, Tokomaru, North Island, New Zealand.
  
A very large collection of stationary steam engines, many of which can be run on steam on certain dates. Other exhibits include steam locomotives, cranes, and earth-moving equipment.
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A very large and fascinating collection of stationary steam engines, many of which can be run on steam on certain dates. Other exhibits include steam locomotives, cranes, and earth-moving equipment.
  
 
* [http://www.tokomarusteam.com/] Tokomaru Steam Museum website
 
* [http://www.tokomarusteam.com/] Tokomaru Steam Museum website

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Filer and Stowell steam engine driving refrigerating compressor
100 HP Browett, Lindley and Co engine, ex-Summit Timbers, Kuratau
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Boving and Co Pelton wheel with BTH generators
Day, Summers and Co engine ex-Patent Slip, Wellington
Metropolitan-Vickers steam turbine-generator

Tokomaru Steam Museum, Tokomaru, North Island, New Zealand.

A very large and fascinating collection of stationary steam engines, many of which can be run on steam on certain dates. Other exhibits include steam locomotives, cranes, and earth-moving equipment.

  • [1] Tokomaru Steam Museum website
  • [2] A separate website, with a listing of exhibits


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