LADY STEPHANIE BEAM ENGINE RE-VISITED

Part 1/2 by Julius de Waal

Tubal Cain was one of the great designers of model steam engines, and one of his most popular was Lady Stephanie, a pumping beam engine. The design was first published in the early 1980s and many have been built from available castings. Photos of built examples on modelengineeringwebsite.com plus a GA drawing inspired Julius to re-visit the design in a larger scale, in metric and designed for fabricated construction.


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PART TWO HERE


Although drawings reproduce well on this website, they are even better as saved downloads.


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