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Old 03-19-2005 07:19:20 PM
Description: The Tod Engine Foundation is a non profit organization dedicated to preserving and restoring the William Tod 34" x 68" x 60" cross compound stationary steam engine. The Tod Engine was manufactured in 1914 in Youngstown, Ohio to power a six stand, 24" merchant mill for the Brier Hill Steel Company. It weighs 300 tons, has overall dimensions of 27' x 47', is equipped with a 20' diameter flywheel and produced a maximum of 4,000 hp at 75 rpm. It is claimed to be the largest engine of its type still in existence in the U.S. and quite possibly the world.
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