Ames Iron Works Twin Cylinder Steam Engine
This steam engine powers the headrig at the Hull Oakes Lumber Company
sawmill in Monroe, Oregon. It was built in 1906, has two cylinders
16" in diameter with an 18" stroke. Its pulley is 8' in diameter.
The engine is 13' long and 10'5" wide. The model features every
detail of the Hull Oakes engine including the cement footing, complete
lubrication system, steam and exhaust pipes, a
Gardner fly-ball governor, and complete installation instructions.
This steam engine is also available in another kit as a flat car
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Ames Iron Works Single Cylinder Steam Engine
The 1:20.3 scale twin cylinder steam engine is no longer available.
It has been replaced with a single cylinder engine that is identical in
all respects to the twin cylinder engine except that it has one cylinder
instead of two.
Single cylinder steam engine installed in sawmill display model.