cylinder and nameplate
|Current Name||General R.Buller|
|Build date||August 1902|
|Serial no.||No. 2513|
|Registration no.||TB 2847|
|Machine type||Traction Engine|
|Model type/class||Type D|
|Weight Tons (kg)||? ton|
|Date into Preservation||(UK)|
|Power nhp||5 nhp|
|No. of Cylinders||1|
|No. of Gears||2|
|Current Owner / Keeper||P. Cowell|
|Sale Price (approximate)
Burrell no. 2513 is an Traction engine that was built in 1902 by Charles Burrell & Sons in Thetford Norfolk. This engine is currently owned by P. Cowell. of Lancashire. This is one of several engines named General Buller in the UK.
Formerly in the Isaac Ball of Wharles fleet.
- Engine taken off road early 2010's, now awaiting restoration.
Some of the events this engine has attended;
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