A side view of the engine clearly shows the simulated wooden cladding along with the brass strapping. The reversing shaft and reversing handle can also be seen.
This side of the engine shows the throttle lever and steam chest covers. The eccentric shaft can be seen running along the base of the engine.
In this view from above the different sized cylinder heads can be seen along with the domed securing bolts. Also the lubrication points in the top of the pillars and the makers name plate are on view.
A lot of detail can be seen in this image, the three dimensional nature of both the eccentric straps and rods together with the connecting rods. The gears for the Maudslay reversing mechanism and the displacement lubricator protruding from the under side of the cylinder block.
Marten, Howes & Baylis steam unit destined for a HM Customs Cruiser "Vigilant" model boat kit featuring the Martin Baylis three cylinder engine.