The Long Shop Steam Museum is a Museum in Wikipedia:Leiston, Suffolk, England. dedicated to the history of Richard Garrett & Sons a manufacturer of agricultural machinery, steam engines and trolleybuses. The museum is housed in the remaining part of Leiston Works.
Exhibits[edit | edit source]
The museum house several Garrett built steam engines, some of which are on loan to the museum from their owners. As well as displays charting the history of Richard Garrett & Sons.
|Engine no.||Date||type||Name||Reg no.||photo||Notes|
|Garrett no. 30877||1912||Portable engine||-||-||
|Garrett no. 32944||1916||Steam tractor||Princess Marina||BJ 3206||
|Garrett no. 33180||1919||Steam tractor||The Suffolk Punch||BJ 4483||
||Has a vertical boiler at the rear|
|Garrett no. 34265||1923||Steam roller||Consuelo Allen||SV 4945||
||repatriated from ?|
|Garrett no. 34471||1925||Portable engine||-||-||
References[edit | edit source]
- Created from the wikipedia stub.
- TER 2008 list for garret engines.
- Old Glory Magazine, Engines in Museums list 2009
- Museum web site.
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- Long Shop Steam Museum - web site
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