Record

Reference numberJS/3/223
LevelItem
TitleWalker Colliery Engine, Northumberland
Date1783
DescriptionPlan and profile of the [working] beam for the returning engine at Walker Colliery
Plan and elevation, scale 1:12
Ink wash
Signed 1783

Inscribed in red: Design for the cylinder beams, regulator, and injection cap, see Kinnaird; rack and wheel for injection cock and bucket leathering, see Seacroft engine; a link of the chains and method of harnessing piston and piston bottom, see Beaufort engine.
Extent1 sheet
Physical descriptionPaper, ink wash
Access statusOpen
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