Corliss Steam Engine Mug




The Corliss steam engine, the centerpiece of the National Museum of Industrial History, was built by the Snow Steam Pump Works in Buffalo, NY in 1914. This engine was responsible for providing water to the residents of York, PA until 1956. Painstakingly restored by NMIH volunteers and staff to operating condition, the engine is one of few remaining examples of its type in the country.

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Weight 1 lbs

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