The Oldest Australian Made Steam Engine - Sydney Circa 1845  
"The Steam Engine, then, we may justly look upon as the noblest machine ever invented by man-the pride of the machinist, the admiration of the observer"
 
  
 
 
 

 
 
T M Goodall Sydney agents. Make and model unknown, c 1890. About 60 bhp (45 kw). Weight 2 tonnes. T M Goodall Sydney agents. Make and model unknown, c 1890. About 60 bhp (45 kw). Weight 2 tonnes.
   
English electric 1950 diesel showing Napier turbo lubricating oil pump and diesel fuel pump. English electric 1950 diesel showing Napier turbo lubricating oil pump and diesel fuel pump.
   
Bellis and Morcom compressor set c 1928. Installed at Australian Glass Works, Sydney. Compressor single acting 40 psi. Bellis and Morcom compressor set c 1928. Installed at Australian Glass Works, Sydney. Compressor single acting 40 psi.
   
Bellis and Morcom c 1928, triple expansion engine which drove a half megawatt alternator. Installed at Australian Glass Works, Waterloo, Sydney. 25 tonnes. Bellis and Morcom c 1928, triple expansion engine which drove a half megawatt alternator. Installed at Australian Glass Works, Waterloo, Sydney. Around 25 tonnes.
   
British 'Polar' 1928. Swedish design, Norwegian name, built in Scotland. British 'Polar' 1928. Swedish design, Norwegian name, built in Scotland. Cylinder 2-stroke marine 400 bhp (300 kw) at 600 rpm. A marine engine donated by Institute of Technology, Sydney. A very popular engine in the shipping world.
   
English electric 1950. 4-stroke diesel marine, 2200 bhp (1650 kw) at 428 rpm. this engine adapted for terrestrial use at Australian Glass Works, Sydney, where it drove a 2.5 megawatt alternator. Donated by Meriton Apartments P/L. Weight 61 tonnes. English electric 1950. 4-stroke diesel marine
 
         
   
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