World Smallest Steam Engine! Here to see!
two large steam engines show running and pumping out steam. This is what it would have been like in the late 1800s early 1900s.
Tommy gets the steam engine working
This is a horizontal two cylinder model steam engine which I have built, using the materials copper and brass.
Single cylinder beam steam engine design of Gerry Dykstra, built by perfect workmanship of Erdem Uygan.
This is a double acting, two cylinder steam engine with reverse mechanism. Designed by Zeki Turgut and built by Erdem Uygan.
This is fantastic footage of a historic train ride of a steam engine locomotive that made it's way from L.A. to San Diego on June 1st, 2008. Santa Fe 3751. LOOKS AMAZING! Don't miss this glorious footage that will leave you completely captivated. To see this footage in amazing HD quality please go to CinemaSaville****
Old Steam Engine in Swanage United Kingdom England, British Rail
Small steam engine shown running. The engine is hooked up to a pump and is pumping water. It is neat to see it in action.
Built from a kit, about 1 hour to complete.
This film, produced by Chevrolet as an educational tool for driver's ed schools, compares passenger trains and steam locomotives with automobiles as a way to learn to drive safely and be courteous while learning to drive a car. Using beautiful shots of moving steam-powered passenger trains in the 1930s (early steam trains), an engineer brings his unique perspective to the rules of safe driving on the road and tracks. Tips for safe driving and safe driving habits are given to encourage responsible driving. Along with the precious train footage (steam locomotives history), there are also classic cars and driving footage from the 1930s.
Steam trains on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway
Triple Expansion Steam Engined Launch of Ken Hall's. Vancouver, British Columbia. Canada
Pimp My Ride carscentral.blogspot**** featuring 2 niece & unique bics both powered by steam engine and turbo jet respectively! Visit carscentral.blogspot****
Reconstruction of William Hedley's Original 1906 steam engine at Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany