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Steam locomotives from the 19th century, wood engravings, published 1897 Featured Steam Locomotives Print

Steam locomotives from the 19th century, wood engravings, published 1897

Steam locomotives from the 19th century, top: 1-2) Express locomotive "Rittinger" of the Austrian Southern Railway with longitudinal section (1) and horizontal section (2). Bottom, left: 1) Locomotive by Lentz (Austria); 2) Double - Composite locomotive of the Gotthard railway; 3) Locomotive with double boiler of the French Eastern Railroad (Chemin de fer de l'Est); 4) Fontaine-Locomotive in Canada. Bottom, right: 1) Tender Locomotive; 2) Freight locomotive; 3) Freight locomotive for steep gradients; 4) Passenger and express train locomotive; 5) American passenger and express train locomotive; 6) Stephonson's "Iron Horse" (1815-1822), locomotive for coal transportation; 7) Stephonson's "Planet" (1830); 8) Stephonson's "Rocket" (1829); 9) Tender with automatic refill, a) track with water tank. Wood engravings, published in 1897

First Locomotive from 1770 Featured Steam Locomotives Print

First Locomotive from 1770

First Locomotive from 1770
In Paris constructed by engineer Eugnot - still thought to be used on the streets.
Cugnot was one of the first to employ successfully a device for converting the reciprocating motion of a steam piston into rotary motion by means of a ratchet arrangement. A small version of his three-wheeled fardier a vapeur ( "steam dray" ) ran in 1769.
Cugnot french inventor( geb. 1725 gest. 1804 )
Original edition from my own archives
Source : Illustrierte Konversations Lexikon 1876

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Thomas Savery's Receivers and boilers for Pumping Steam Engine Featured Steam Locomotives Print

Thomas Savery's Receivers and boilers for Pumping Steam Engine

Vintage engraving of Thomas Savery's Receivers and boilers for Pumping Steam Engine. Thomas Savery (c. 1650 ? 1715) was an English inventor and engineer, born at Shilstone, a manor house near Modbury, Devon, England. He invented the first commercially used steam powered device, a steam pump which is often referred to as an engine

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