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 Daguerreotype of an unidentified man posing with a steam engine, c. 1850. The 80 inch drivers of Union Pacific 844. An FEF-3, she was built in 1944 and featured state of the art steam technology. One of these technologies were its lightweight tandem connecting rods, made of alloy steel. The big wheels and lightweight reciprocating motion were good for 120mph Two fire-tube boilers in Al-Dulil QIZ-Jordan. 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.