Category:Sentinel steam waggons

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Steam waggons, built by Sentinel.
"The Sentinel was the product of a Glasgow firm of marine engineers Alley & Maclellan.
Designed by Stephen Alley the first Sentinel was introduced in 1906 and featured a vertical boiler and a really efficient superheater .The engine was 2 cylinders under floor type.
In 1917 Alley & Maclellan was renamed Sentinel Waggon Works and the Factory was moved to Shrewsbury where it remained until the end of production in 1950"

1905—1923 Standard
1923—1931 Super Sentinel
1927— DG (double-geared)
1931— SDDG4 (shaft-drive double-geared 4-wheeler)
1932— Lightweight Super
1933— S4 (shaft-drive 4-wheeler)
1938— HSG (high-speed-gas)


Note that Sentinel always used the archaic spelling of "waggon" with two "g", rather than the more popular "wagon".