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steamengine: This is one of the two triple-expansion steam…

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This is one of the two triple-expansion steam engines installed in the Kempton Park water pumping station of the London Metropolitan Water Board in 1928. They worked until 1980 and were then mothballed. One has now been restored to working order and is periodically steamed on public open days. This is the working one. It is 62 foot tall, has three cylinders of 29, 54 and 86 inches and develops 1,008 horsepower. The flywheels alone each weigh 32 tons. There is a larger engine in America (there would be wouldn’t there!) – but that one no longer works. So this is the world’s largest working steam engine. Travellers on the A316/M3 road leaving London pass within yards of it. 

via The Industrialist http://ift.tt/2g29snH

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