Chacewater engine, Cornwall John Smeaton
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Chacewater engine, Cornwall
Design for the Chacewater mine 'fire' (steam) engine, Cornwall. Plan of boiler and piping, 1:36 scale. From Smeaton volume 3, fol. 113. Smeaton's most powerful engine, commisioned for the Chaceweater mine by owners, the Yorkshire Copper Company.
Original: ink on paper. 1775
- Image reference: RS-8434
- The Royal Society
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