Welcome!

Hi, my name is Graham and I live in a small town in the county of Suffolk, UK.

Welcome to my blog. I have decided to write about my attempt to restore a Lister D-type stationary engine from 1942. Over the coming months I hope to give regular updates and pictures as the restoration progresses, with the ultimate aim of getting it to run again!!

I should point out that this blog is chronological, so people looking at it for the first time will see the most recent post first. If you want to start from the beginning, then you need to scroll down to the bottom and work your way back up!

2 thoughts on “Welcome!

  1. Looking good. I have a very similar one, but luckily it was running when I bought it in 2013. I intend to restore it in a few years time but for now, it chugs away each weekend for a while! Good luck with the rest of the build.



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    1. Hi Andy.
      Thanks for your comments and for adding the pictures of your Lister D which look really good.
      In many ways I wish that I had bought a running engine, it would have been a whole lot less hassle! I kind of needed to do a full stripdown and restoration of my engine as it was in quite bad shape externally. Thankfully the important bits look ok and I hope to have her running again one day soon.

      Thanks again for taking the time to comment on my blog, please do come back and see how things are going.
      Best regards,

      Graham

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