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Wright and Edwards (Melbourne)

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of Melbourne

  • Wright & Edwards 50 HP horizontal steam engine on display at Bendigo Steam and Oil Engine Preservation Group at Bendigo Show Grounds. Built between 1860 and 1870. 10.5" bore, 21" stroke, flywheel 8 ft dia. The engine powered Abbott’s Tannery, Tannery Lane, Bendigo until 1905 [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Owen Peake writing in ISSES (International Stationary Steam Engine Society) Bulletin 33 No. 1