Friday, 24 May 2013

Taskers General Purpose Steam Traction Engine, 1905

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This 7hp single cylinder, two speed steam traction engine was built by Tasker and Sons (also known as Taskers) of Andover, Hampshire in 1905. It is a typical steam traction engine, and the type most seen on farms - as well as able to haul equipment, trailers etc, as the name implies it is 'general purpose' so equally at home powering equipment, used as a portable steam engine, powering threshing machines, mills and other farm equipment.

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1 comment:

  1. Great collection of the ancient electric steam traction!

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