These two pictures clearly show the simulated wood cladding and brass straps. The brass column tops that double as lubrication points for the piston rods can be seen. Also on view is the reversing shaft that runs the full length of the engine via bearings in the columns.
The two views above show the engine from two different perspectives both looking from the exhaust end, one showing the cladding and reversing shaft and the other showing steam chest and throttle lever detail.
Example of twin cylinder steam engine and Kingdon Boiler in a customers model boat.
Once again the engine can be seen from two different angles, both looking from the inlet end. The reversing and throttle levers can be seen in detail.
This image shows clearly the domed cylinder head bolts, the secondary valve rod bushes, the "T" bar cap to the displacement lubricator and also the makers name plate. In addition the different sizes of the cylinder heads can clearly be seen.
This shows the eccentric straps with their lubrication points. The displacement lubricator can also be seen extending from the bottom of the cylinder block and a side profile of the Maudslay constant mesh reversing mechanism.