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Laddie
Burrell no.3808 - TE - Laddie - (AH570) at Chipping 2013 - IMG 6220
At Chipping Steam Fayre 2013
Engine Details
Current Name Laddie
Manufacturer Charles Burrell and Sons
Build date 1919
Serial no. 3808
Registration no. AH 570
Machine type Steam tractor
Weight Tons (kg) 5 ton
Date into Preservation (UK)
Specifications
Power nhp 4 nhp
No. of Cylinders 2
Cylinder type Compound
No. of Gears 3
Ancillary equipment Canopy
Storage box
Belly tanks
Ownership
Original Owner ?
Current Owner / Keeper AP & SA Cowell, of Lancs
Sale Price (approximate)
(if published)
Unknown
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Burrell no. 3808 is a 3 speed Gold medal tractor that was built in 1919 by Charles Burrell and Sons in Norfolk. This engine named Laddie is currently owned by AP & SA Cowell of Lancashire.

Engine History.Edit

Built in 1919 for Southwell and Company, and in 1944 passed to Isaac Ball of Wharles, Lancashire. Once owned by G. Howard of Banks.[1] original restorer.

Was named Forrester when owned by George Howard, later owned by Philip Ogden from Thirsk, North Yorkshire and original name of Laddie was reinstated when owned by John Toulson from Middleton in Teasdale, County Durham, who used both names.

Sold to Anthony and Sally Cowell of Grimsargh Lancashire in 2008.

The engine has had new gears put in early 2015.

In 2017 the engine attended an Issac Ball reunion in Wharles along with 8 other Issac Ball Engines including Little Dorothy, the other Gold Medal Tractor owned by Issac Ball. Both engines when owned by Issac Ball where converted into Road Rollers [2] and restored back as tractors when they entered preservation.

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See alsoEdit

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References / sourcesEdit

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  1. Steam Scenes Sid White photo
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