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Logo on side of a Garrett steam lorry cab

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.


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 - - Image needed LHB

On loan
Garrett no. 32944 1916 Steam tractor Princess Marina BJ 3206 Image needed LHB

Garrett no. 33180 1919 Steam tractor The Suffolk Punch BJ 4483 Image needed LHB

Has a vertical boiler at the rear
Garrett no. 34265 1923 Steam roller Consuelo Allen SV 4945 Image needed LHB

repatriated from ?
Garrett no. 34471 1925 Portable engine - - Image needed LHB

References Edit

  • 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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