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The Bull type steam engine is the largest only working fully restored steam engine in the World. It has taken seven years to restore, the work carried out by vounteers of the Kew Bridge Engines Trust Museum. The project leader Nick Morgan is seen standing by the air pump and condenser of this massive Victorian steam engine that was built by cornish engineers to pump drinking water from the River Thames. Kew Bridge Steam Museum - David Mansell - 2008-05-11
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