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Old 21-05-18, 09:42 PM   #1
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Thank you Anton and your team for a great show ,Lots to see and a great atmosphere as normal
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Old 21-05-18, 09:49 PM   #2
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Just fan-flippin-tastic! What a great show, and what a great crowd.
Now kippin' in a Cologne hotel, ready to visit the Deutz Technikum tomorrow - a rare treat.

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Old 21-05-18, 10:31 PM   #3
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Just fan-flippin-tastic! What a great show, and what a great crowd.
Now kippin' in a Cologne hotel, ready to visit the Deutz Technikum tomorrow - a rare treat.

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I think you have been listenin' to Steve Wright too much...

Take some pictures at the museum for us please!

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Old 22-05-18, 10:37 AM   #4
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We were there as spectators had a great time again we be back in 2 year one rally not to be mist
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Old 29-05-18, 05:57 PM   #5
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Taken a little while, because it has taken a little while to actually get home, but, some pictures from the Deutz Technikum.

In no particular order - some of my descriptions may be inaccurate (I took no notes!):


Gilles atmospheric.


Otto and Langen atmospheric - 1876


Otto compression combustion - 1885


Crossley slide-valve; marking the links between Deutz and Crossley Bros in the 1880s.


Brayton of New York - 1875


Deutz spark ignition - 1886


The most remarkable Deutz shunter - 1897. In the middle is a Deutz oil engine.


Deutz twin cylinder slide-valve - 1880. Claimed to be the first multi-cylinder combustion engine.


Lenoir double-acting - 1860. Claimed to be the oldest combustion engine in the world.


...and finally...


Arguably the most precious industrial artefact anywhere in the world!


The Otto No.1 4-cycle engine - 1876. This is the father of the millions (billions?) of 4-stroke engines that have followed, and continue to be made in huge numbers. In the following 142 years nobody has come up with a better idea!

I hope the pictures are interesting. You'll note that in many ways the museum is more like an art gallery than a museum. There are many more engines, charting the Deutz history to the current products, but very few are runners.

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Old 29-05-18, 06:22 PM   #6
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A nice set of photo's, thanks for posting them, I like the shunter.

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Old 30-05-18, 09:34 AM   #7
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Excellent pictures - thanks for posting.
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Old 30-05-18, 11:48 AM   #8
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Martin,
Was there a Hallesmachinenfabrik (Spiel) engine in the Deutz Technikum collection ?
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Old 30-05-18, 05:12 PM   #9
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Honestly Phillip, I don't know. It doesn't ring any bells...

The collection goes back a long way - there was already a museum in the 1920s. The exhibits are entirely Deutz products, or a small number of related products. The non-Deutz items were rumoured to be bought in by Otto, to plagiarise!

I think there are no engines in the collection that aren't one or the other.

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Old 30-05-18, 07:47 PM   #10
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OK, thanks.

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