Britannia Steam Engine Is a World Traveler

1911 Marshall Britannia steam engine settles in U.S. after jaunts to Chile, England and Ireland

Britannia Safety Valve
The Britannia’s Ramsbottom “tamperproof” safety valve is designed to lift progressively. The valve can be set to lift at a lower pressure but not a higher pressure; it was designed by John Ramsbottom, Lincolnshire, England, in 1856.
Photo courtesy Shane Skelton