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preservation of Vintage Stationary Engines.
These pages contain the only comprehensive
online resources for
This site also hosts The Wild
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and interesting - please feel free to email us at
the address inset above with any queries or comments - we will respond
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(see email restrictions below)
Astle Park 2006 - A 1920's Petter-Light set in full
swing at dusk.
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David McCreath 2001-2009 unless specified.
Last updated 18th January '09, see below.
Acknowledgements:- David W.
Edgington for the extensive use of the Fowler (and other) images
within this site and all others who helped with the site testing
and contribution to the site. You know who you are !
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Email Restrictions (as of
Jan 2004: - Due to excessive amounts of spam emailing I have had
to withdraw the direct email links from this site. Unfortunately
this means typing in email addresses rather than linking directly.
I hope this does not cause too much inconvienience; genuine enquirers
can be assured of a prompt response, time wasters will be ignored.
I am happy to accept photo/document attachments in relation to
genuine enquiries but please ask before sending attachments greater
than 2Meg. Any suspect emails/attachments will be deleted before
being downloaded, please therefore make subject headers relevant.
All emails will be virus scanned before downloading.
Disclaimer:- The Author,
Contributors and any Third Party sites linking from this site
cannot be held responsible for any injury, claim or misuse of
information as a result of material contained within this site,
sub-sites or external third party sites. The ownership, operation
and restoration of stationary engines and associated machinery
is a dangerous activity involving unguarded moving machinery with
extremely hot surfaces which can cause serious injury. Safe working
practices should be adopted at all times when operating engines
and carrying out restoration work using machine and hand tools.
Safety is paramount and should be observed at all times, if in
doubt consult a qualified individual for advice. The use and storage
of fuels in conjunction with the operation of stationary engines
should be carefully monitored to ensure safe storage and handling
at all times. Any information contained within this site relating
to restoration hints, tips and practices are purely the experiences
of the Author and are in no means to be taken as instructional.
This website has been designed purely as a non-profit making venture
to assist and promote the restoration and collection of vintage
stationary engines and associated equipment. The Author makes
every effort to ensure that permission is sought to use any original
literature, photos and material contained within this site before
publishing. Any material for which permission has not been obtained
will be removed immediately at the request of the original copyright