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Ethel
Burrell no2642-RR-Ethel-(TB 3778) at Flyde 2017 IMG 1671
Engine Details
Current Name Ethel
Manufacturer Charles Burrell and Sons
Build date 1904
Serial no. 2642
Registration no. TB 3778
Machine type Steam Roller
Weight Tons (kg) 12 ton
Date into Preservation 1968 (UK)
Specifications
Power nhp 7HP
Cylinder type Compound
Ancillary equipment Canopy
Ownership
Original Owner John Ball
Original cost
(new)
Unknown
Current Owner / Keeper Anthony & Sally Cowell, of Lancs
Date bought (Current) Unknown
Sale Price (approximate)
(if published)
Unknown
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Burrell no. 2642 is a 12 ton SCC roller built in 1904 by Charles Burrell and Sons in Norfolk. This engine named Ethel is currently owned by Anthony & Sally Cowell of Lancashire.

Engine History.Edit

Built in 1904 the engine was purchased by Isaac Ball of Wharles from John Ball. Sold into preservation in 1968. The engine was owned by P.Cowell and has been kept within the Cowell family. The engine has been restored during 2015/2016/2017.

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EventsEdit

Some of the events this engine has attended include;

2017
*Fylde Vintage and Farm Show (Isaac Ball Reunion)

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