Two-cylinder opposed Avro Aero engine, with airscrew

Made:
1911 in Manchester
maker:
A V Roe and Company Limited

Two-cylinder opposed Avro Aero engine, complete with airscrew, manufactured by A.V. Roe & Co., patented by Maurice and William Edwards, 1910. Believed to have originated from Lillian Bland's Mayfly aircraft.

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Category:
Aircraft Propulsion
Object Number:
1936-257
Materials:
aluminium, cast iron
type:
horizontal engines
credit:
Edmondson, T.A.

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