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Stationary Steam

Exhibit Hall A page
        The Stationary Steam Power House is located at the east end of Exhibit Hall A.  It 
    contains many of the types of stationary steam engines that powered the country in the 
    late 1800 and early 1900. 

Allis Chalmers

Cross Compound Corliss

750 H.P. at 36 RPM weight 130 tons

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Murray Corliss

1920 600 H.P. at 150 RPM 18" bore 30" stroke

350 Kilowatt AC Generator

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Murray Corliss

1903 125 H.P. at 110 RPM 14" bore 36" stroke

This engine is used for demonstrations.

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steam valve

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Chuse Corliss

non releasing

14" bore 17" stroke

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Peerless

Gardner

2 Stage Air Compressor

Low Pressure 10" bore 16" stroke

High Pressure 10" bore 12" stroke

Vilter Corliss

ammonia compressor

14" bore 30" stroke

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Skinner Engine Co.

Ames Iron Works

G.W. BROWN & CO.

JONES-TROY

Steam Powered Machine Shop

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