Allchin no. 3251 is a general purpose Traction Engine built by Allchin. This engine is known as Royal Chester. The engine is noted for being a popular choice for engineers to build Live steam models of, as it was one of the first engines to have plans produced of it.
- Built in ?
- New to ?
- Saved for preservation by ?
- Sold in 2011 at the Peter Fordham Sale to ? of?
Miniatures / Live steam modelsEdit
This engine has been used as the 'model' for a number of live steam scale models (Miniatures). Several people have offered sets of drawings and castings for model makers to build a scale version.
- 7" Scale model
- add other versions here (Use reg no. if available for page name (link) to article on individual engine)