As Purchased Condition Of The Car

Fuel, Water, Steam, And Cylinder Oil Piping Right Rear Boiler Area

A Stanley contains a multitude of piping systems.  The area between the boiler and the firewall on both the right and left sides of the car are crowded with 1/4-inch, 5/16-inch, and 3/8-inch copper tubing for these piping systems.  Also seen in the photo is the water automatic (two 3/16-inch rods with a 3/8-inch expansion tube between them at bottom right), the low water cut-off (three parallel vertical rods similar to the water automatic in the center of the picture), fuel filters, and valves.  At the top right mounted to the firewall is the electric Klaxton Horn.  What the red Prince Albert Pipe Tobacco can provided is unknown.  Obviously everything is well soaked with steam cylinder oil.

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