Crossley Brothers bought the rights to manufacture Otto and Langen's engine in England. Production started in 1869 and continued until about 1877 with a total production not exceeding 1500 units
Serial Number 1
Horse Power 1/2 HP
Year 1869 ?
Current Location - Anson Museum ( on Loan from the London Science Museum)
This engine is the very first engine Crossley built and is owned by the London Science Museum It appears to be complete and close to running condition. Note: currently at the Anson Engine Museum.
Serial Number ?
Horse Power ?
Current Location - Anson Museum (on loan from museum in Birmingham)
There is no known history on this engine. The Flywheel however is a replacement.
Serial Number 487
Horse Power 1/2
Current Location - Royal Scottish Museum
Serial Number 641
Horse Power 2
Current Location - Henry Ford Museum
The History of this engine is not known
Serial Number 1224
Horse Power 1
Year 1875 ?
Current Location - N. W. Museum of Science and Technology Manchester
This engine is a very nice single shaft model and is run at regular intervals by the museum
Serial Number 1403
Horse Power 2
Year 1877 ?
Current Location - Anson Engine Museum
This is located at the Anson Engine Museum and is in operational condition
Engine being started at the Anson Museum
Serial Number 974
Horse Power 1 ?
Current Location - Powerhouse museum in Sydney, Australia
This engine is owned by the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, Australia