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Mystery Engine

This little engine passed to me from the widow an old friend.

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david archer 228/02/2019 12:28:46
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It came with a description of the materials used - various parts eg. the column from the range finder from a field gun - the cylinder from fishing rod reel fittings and the base wood from old railway mission organ!

It is very well made and runs perfectly. Built in 1935 by A W Grant and Y Buckham.Image available by email

David George 101/03/2019 18:14:15
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Hi David if you could put a few pictures on would be great and give us a clue. Here is the link to how to post pictures etc https://www.model-engineer.co.uk/forums/postings.asp?th=103028

David

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