Info please

Finnan poole Posted By Finnan poole, Jun 12, 2019 at 12:46 PM

  1. Finnan poole

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    Hope this is ok but I need some parts and don’t know the make or model any info would be much appreciated
    Regards AP
     
  2. Dobish

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    if you can move it or get to the back of it, there might be a plate on the back that will provide you with some information. That would be a good place to start.
     
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  3. bholler

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    Show us a pic of the inside. It looks like it may be a coal stove
     
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  4. Simonkenton

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    Are you in Wales? My name is Lewis, I am Welsh.
     
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  6. SpaceBus

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    Interesting fuel source. In the comments it says they used to just dry the peat and burn it directly. The bricks in the article are actually made like bio bricks. I guess it's like burning soft coal maybe?

    On topic, that is a pretty stove. There are a few members of these forums that have experience with this type of stove.
     
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  7. Ludlow

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    Is that a cow patty burner!
     
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  8. Simonkenton

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    Interesting job, digging up peat. Sometimes they find bodies in the peat bogs. Here is the story of Lindow Man, possibly a Celtic sacrifice from 2,000 years ago:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindow_Man
     
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  9. Kevin Weis

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    Yea, that looks like peat/coal stove. They made stoves in Europe that were designed to burn coal briquettes made from coal dust compressed. I have such a stove made in the late 20's early 30's from Germany.
     

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