Garlogie Beam Engine & Turbine House 2024

The engine mostly dates from the late 1830s although the engine beam is from a Boulton & Watt engine that was supplied to Alexander Hadden & Sons for their factory at The Green in Aberdeen in 1805. This makes it the oldest cast iron engine beam still in existence. The engine is the oldest steam engine of any kind still in its original location in Scotland. Also on display is a hydro-electric plant comprising a water turbine, electrical generator, switchgear, control and distribution equipment. These were installed by Lord Cowdray in 1923 to supply his estate workshops and house with electricity.

Contacts

Operator: Garlogie Beam Engine Trust

Address: Garlogie Nr Skene Aberdeenshire AB32 6RX

  • Telephone: 07788 567 451
  • Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
  • Website: View website

Open Days & Times

Last Sun in month May-Aug 1100-1600. Also 21-22 Sep from 1000. Visit website for more details.

Travel

  • By Rail: Aberdeen / 9 miles

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Refreshments
  • Part disabled access

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