History

 

New in July 1915 to Harry Adcock & Sons, Timber Merchant of Corby Glen, Lincolnshire. Used for timber haulage and general road haulage in the Lincolnshire area.

 

1st Registered CT4817 in September 1921.

 

1930’s – 1950’s used for timber haulage & general purpose work by several owners in the Lincolnshire/Leicestershire area.

 

Owned in preservation by Ronald Deamer of Chatteris, Cambridgeshire from 1964 to 1971.

 

Purchased by present owners in June 1971.

 

Regular attendee at many annual shows from 1971-1978 including Hungerford, Woodcote, Appleford, Fairford & Knowl Hill etc.

 

Extensive rebuild carried out from 1979 to 1984, including new fire box, boiler repairs, new tube plate, tender repairs, new belly tanks, new canopy, front spring, bearings and gears etc. Work carried out by the owners in Derek Marder’s yard Andover.

 

Now based at, and assisted by, Hatch Heritage and Steam Engineers,  Swindon

 

Rear wheels repainted and Quad tracks fitted May 2011.

 

Believed to be the only surviving example of a 7NHP compound Clayton & Shuttleworth.

 

Technical Specification

 

Manufacturer: Clayton & Shuttleworth Ltd.

 

Stamp End Works, Lincoln.

 

Date of Manufacture: 9th July 1915

 

Works Number: 47216

 

Registration Number: CT4817

 

Name: Lady Jean

 

Type: General Purpose Traction Engine

 

Rating: 7 Nominal Horse Power

 

Weight: 15 Ton Cylinders: Compound (6 ½ inch High Pressure, 11 inch Low Pressure)

 

Working Pressure: 180 psi

 

Gearing: Four Shaft, Two Speed. Double Drive.

 

Boiler Feed: Water Pump driven from 2nd Shaft & Steam Injector

 

 

Owners: Robert & Phillip Johnson

Swindon, Wiltshire.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OPENING HOURS

 

Open Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm

Saturday by appointment only.

 

For further details please phone on 01793 790378

 

Hatch Heritage & Steam Engineers are not responsible for loss, damage, theft or injury of visitors to our establishment.