Category:Sentinel steam waggons
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".
This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total.
Media in category "Sentinel steam waggons"
The following 10 files are in this category, out of 10 total.
- Sentinel boiler, sections (Rankin Kennedy, Modern Engines, Vol V).jpg 836 × 1,137; 134 KB
- Sentinel chain drive - Flickr - Elsie esq..jpg 1,024 × 768; 768 KB
- Sentinel Modell.jpg 1,190 × 1,744; 632 KB
- Sentinel steam waggon engine (Rankin Kennedy, Modern Engines, Vol V).jpg 1,006 × 599; 64 KB