Eastern Railway 1884 Ateliers d’Epernay. Portable engine No 121 (water reservoir)

Eastern Railway 1884 Ateliers d’Epernay (France). Portable engine No 121 (water reservoir).

A portable engine is an engine, either a steam engine or an internal combustion engine, that sits in one place while operating (providing power to machinery), but (unlike a stationary engine) is portable and thus can be easily moved from one work site to another. Mounted on wheels or skids, it is either towed to the work site or moves there via self-propulsion.


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