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Unique ID Number: TS_1998_0297
Description: Envelope containing CEPS leaflets and miscellaneous papers: Engines Preservation Fund appeal to raise £5000 to buy and restore Cornish Engines; The Rostowrack rotative beam engine ‘re-erected in the museum facing the Trevithick statue’, the Holman museum; how CEPS owns East pool engines; reprint from ‘The Engineer’ 1944 on CEPS; 1985 Trevithick Society CEPS Golden jubilee celebrations; CEPS AGM 1956; CEPS leaflet for Cornish Engines at Pool with description of engines: Taylor’s shaft pumping engine, built in 1892 by Harvey’s, re-erected on site in 1924 and operated until 1945 when company liquidated. US engineer Greville Bathe bought the engine and gave it to the CEPS, working until 1954 when South Crofty acquired electric pumps
Record Number: 750313

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Subject: Cornish Engines

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Creator: CEPS
Format: TIFF
Date: nk
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