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Bradshaw Model Steam Engine 1865


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Default Bradshaw Model Steam Engine 1865

I found this in my parents' basement when we cleaned out their house. Does anyone have any information about it? If this is the wrong forum, let me know. Thanks.
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I found this in my parents' basement when we cleaned out their house. Does anyone have any information about it? If this is the wrong forum, let me know. Thanks.
it appears to be a homemade steam engine. if you want to sell it send me some information on it. what size is it. what will it weigh and so. thanks joe in charlotte n c
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I don't know if I want to sell it, not a clue what the price should be. It is 20 inches long, 11 inches wide and 12 inches tall. It weighs 25 pounds, might be pricey to ship. I'll let you know, thanks for the interest.
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