Few pics of some of the boilers ready and waiting for the inspector to come in and sign off on the 14th Dec (there are others I just didn’t take photos of them all)
So today we welcome to the factory our newest addition……a 4″ Little Samson.
Ive included some photos of the paint process mainly lining and the top coats to show what kind of finish you can get with a brush and lots and lots of patience.
This is a great photo. One of the 6″ Little Samson next to our best selling 4″ Burrell Agi just so everyone can see the size difference.
She runs very well, a couple of small rattles starting to crop up as expected, the pump fills the boiler extremely quickly (quick trip around the block sent the boiler from nearly empty to nearly full), and the changes made
Today on this wonderful day I managed to get the engine out of the workshop, the first time in almost the two years that I have been building it (ordered at Dorset 2018).
Having visited the GDSF on a number of occasions and greatly enjoyed all the full size and smaller engines on display I have taken the plunge and embarked on building a STW Burrell and being seduced by the line up
Road run to an appropriate named pub!!
Excuse the pun but just look at this pair of Steam Traction World 4″ Burrell road loco rear wheels painted and lined, by Adam Meredith Traditional Painting and Lining.
We like to offer our fans challenges – they are very knowledgeable – so we offered these seemingly, steamingly powered inventions. But were they fact or fiction? See if you can tell. 1. Dutch motorcycle mechanic guru René van Tuil