Tunneltug's Website

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Tunneltug
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Tunneltug's Website

Post by Tunneltug » Sat Nov 28, 2009 6:37 pm

This is my amateurish attempt at a website about my project to build a replica GU steam tunnel tug. It will be "Representative" and not a carbon copy.

http://www.tunneltug.co.uk/

Thanks - Keith
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Re: Tunneltug's Website

Post by mcandrew1894 » Sat Nov 28, 2009 6:56 pm

Nice looking Engine Kieth....about how much HP?
and whats the dimensions?

Dave
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Re: Tunneltug's Website

Post by Tunneltug » Mon Aug 02, 2010 8:06 pm

Hi Dave,

Sorry I haven't replied sooner I havent logged in for a while.

To answer your questions it is a 15hp at 250rpm and 150psi, dimensions 4.5"+7" x 7.5" stroke. I will soon be stripping it down ready for functional assembly (with gaskets, seals and packing etc) in situ in the hull which is being built now (at last)

I will do my best to get the website up to date as soon as I get some new pictures

Regards - Keith
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Re: Tunneltug's Website

Post by Tunneltug » Sun Dec 12, 2010 8:14 pm

I realise now that I had posted this picture in the wrong section for updates my website is given in one of my previous postings
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