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Apart from use within the home they often formed part of the furnishings on large luxurious ocean liners.
This example has the words "Saracens Head" carved in the upper panel and probably came from an inn or hotel.
This type of engine was very common not only in waterworks, but also in quarries, brickworks and other municipal uses.
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At some point it came into the hands of Nottingham Museum Service, but by the time the EVRA sought to acquire it in 2005, the Museum Service had lost its history and believed it had been a locomotive at the Stoke Bardolph Waterworks (having confused the Stoke, of Stoke on Trent, with Stoke Bardolph).
It is also considered that it has been rebuilt at some time after 1967 as part of the chassis are denoted “British Steel” a name not in use before that date.
The Lister Auto-Truck was a small monowheel tractor built for moving light loads around factories, railway yards and similar sites.
They were built by R A Lister and Company of Dursley, Gloucestershire, well known for their range of small stationary engines The Auto-Truck was one of several monowheel tractors to appear in the 1920s and '30s, with the availability of small, reliable petrol engines, as developed for motorcycles and the stationary engines for which Lister were already known.
Several thousands of the road versions were built between 19, production of the rail version continued until about 1973 when production at the Dursley Works ceased.The engine was a JAP 600 cc four-stroke air-cooled sidevalve, a typical small engine of the time. were Lister agents and when Lister heard of this ' Auto-Truck' they bought one for use in their own factory.It was used to carry heavy engine castings from the foundry to the machine shop.From that time onwards the diesels began to capture the volume markets and the last petrol engines were produced in the 1960s.Other parts of the business that thrived in the early 1900s include the shearing equipment and woodware sections which added a different dimension to the company portfolio.