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Stationary Engine  |  No.482 Lister D Engines  


As I have mentioned before, this year sees the 40th Anniversary of Stationary Engine, which I think you will all agree is quite some
landmark, but the year 2014 also has a great significance for Paul and Hazel Evans as they (and their volunteers) will be celebrating the
10th Anniversary of the Internal Fire Museum of Power first officially
opening its doors to the public. In March 2003 Paul and Hazel
relocated from their home on the Isle of Man to West Wales which was no easy task, for in addition to their household effects they had to move a sizable collection of engines, some being large multi-cylinder examples, which were to form the basis of a engine museum, that they were hoping to establish to exhibit their ‘toys’ to the public. The work involved in such an enterprise was, as one might imagine, way beyond what most enthusiasts could comprehend, but with the help of friends and volunteers knowledgeable in the art of installing large multi-cylinder engines, work got underway almost immediately and it was not long before the first engine was installed, and as the saying goes “the rest is history”. In theory the museum was opened in July 2003, but not really in actual fact as nothing was finished and nothing was running, so in effect the Easter 2004 Crank-Up was the start of business. At that time the museum did not have a name as such, but soon the title ‘Internal Fire Museum of Power’ was officially adopted. In the ensuing years the museum has grown at a steady pace, from originally one main and a couple of smaller buildings, until today, now comprising of seven main Engine Halls, some of which are split into bays housing some fortythree
engines on purpose-built concrete and steel foundations to allow them to operate safely, much as they would have when in regular service. Hopefully that number will be increased in the next few months.
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Stationary Engine   |   No.482 Lister D Engines   


As I have mentioned before, this year sees the 40th Anniversary of Stationary Engine, which I think you will all agree is quite some
landmark, but the year 2014 also has a great significance for Paul and Hazel Evans as they (and their volunteers) will be celebrating the
10th Anniversary of the Internal Fire Museum of Power first officially
opening its doors to the public. In March 2003 Paul and Hazel
relocated from their home on the Isle of Man to West Wales which was no easy task, for in addition to their household effects they had to move a sizable collection of engines, some being large multi-cylinder examples, which were to form the basis of a engine museum, that they were hoping to establish to exhibit their ‘toys’ to the public. The work involved in such an enterprise was, as one might imagine, way beyond what most enthusiasts could comprehend, but with the help of friends and volunteers knowledgeable in the art of installing large multi-cylinder engines, work got underway almost immediately and it was not long before the first engine was installed, and as the saying goes “the rest is history”. In theory the museum was opened in July 2003, but not really in actual fact as nothing was finished and nothing was running, so in effect the Easter 2004 Crank-Up was the start of business. At that time the museum did not have a name as such, but soon the title ‘Internal Fire Museum of Power’ was officially adopted. In the ensuing years the museum has grown at a steady pace, from originally one main and a couple of smaller buildings, until today, now comprising of seven main Engine Halls, some of which are split into bays housing some fortythree
engines on purpose-built concrete and steel foundations to allow them to operate safely, much as they would have when in regular service. Hopefully that number will be increased in the next few months.
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