Steam Engine

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The methods of construction of this model steam engine indicate that it was made in the early 1800 s.

210 Main Street, Landisville, Pennsylvania 17538

It is all handmade, including the bolts, nuts and screws used.
Except for these bolts, nuts and screws, it is hand carved out of
walnut wood.

In the pictures the covers are off of the valve boxes and
cylinder heads so that the works may be seen.

Great detail has been taken to provide for packing around all
push rods as well as groves for piston rings.

When first purchased, it was heavily coated, in live steam
channels, with line deposits which would indicate that it had been
run at one time.

If you can give any additional information regarding this model,
please write me.

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