Text Box: Established in 1995, the 1100 sq. metre museum is in Stutterheim, Eastern Cape next to the N6 national highway. We currently display 140 engines, dating from 1903 to 1990. 

ALLEN 1928, BAMFORD 1944, BENDIX SMD 1937, BLACKSTONE 1929,   COOPER XC 1947, CROSSLEY 1940, DEUTZ 163527,  FAIRBANKS MORSE 1920,  FULLER & JOHNSON 1911, HAMWORTHY 1936,  HOOSIER 1910, IRON HORSE, JOSEPH DAY DRAG 1900,  LISTER 1916, MASSEY-HARRIS model R20, MIETZ & WEISS 1905, MILLAR 1944,  PETTER S 1923, ROLLS-ROYCE Jet engine 42298,  RUSTON & HORNSBY 1928,  STOVER 1929,  GE Jet Engine CJ-805 1960 and many more.
Current restoration activities: 1911 Fuller&Johnson, 1958 PetterFielding, 1940 Ruston.

Many engines’ history includes their working as generators, sawmills or pumpers on local farms, railways and small EC towns.

Updated: 8 August 2017

Text Box: STUTTERHEIM
STATIONARY  ENGINE  MUSEUM
1 Lister Lane        PO Box 11        STUTTERHEIM        4930
Text Box:    Visiting hours: Tuesday + Wednesday 8:30am – 12:30pm except public holidays.
	or by arrangement