Home » Top 1000 Steam Pictures » Triple expansion, double acting, condensing marine steam engine Add to Facebook download .zip with all pictures The small one could be an oil or water pump? I’ve never seen one cast right into the line of cylinders, but it’s possible, I suppose. Related Posts Electrician B. Fitzgerald cleaning the headlight of a locomotive at the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad. All engines operating west of Needles are equipped with hooded headlights in accordance with the blackout regulations, Needles, California, March 1943 by Jack Delano. Rand Drill Co. Steam-Driven Air Compressor With Tandem Cylinders. Quincy Mining Company. Daguerreotype view of a group of men posing on a steam locomotive named the Thomas James on the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad, c. 1851. Latest Comments Nyem November 1, 2016 http://modelengineeringwebsite.com/Triple_expansion_engine.html Awust July 1, 2016 I was thinking that too. Maybe a water pump since these are marine engines garza77 June 13, 2016 I thinks it’s a triple. But there’s like a smaller chamber I see now. Hrmmm. I think you’re right. Comments are closed.