Exhaust steam from the cylinders is pushed through a narrow aperture via a set of four nozzles, two in the base of each of the two chimneys.
|The Four Nozzles|
|The nozzles sit in the base of each chimney |
where the end of each of the curved exhaust pipes enters
|Two nozzles as found after dismantling|
|The clogged blower passageway|
The exhaust steam connects to the main nozzle inlet (the big hole in the flange in the picture below).
|Main Nozzle casting|
|Nozzle Exit Aperture|
|Blower steam pathway with inlet showing|
|Blower Inlet Pipe|
|A complete nozzle assembly|
|The Four Nozzles again|