Crossley gas engine

Made:
c.1920 in Manchester
maker:
Crossley Brothers Limited

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Gas engine, made by Crossley Brothers Ltd, Openshaw, Manchester, c.1920. Originally used to generate electricity at Nantwich Gas Works. No 108885, B.H.32 at 325 R.P.H. Includes archive material documented in Adlib.

Details

Category:
Motive Power
Object Number:
Y1966.26
type:
gas internal-combustion engine
credit:
Gift of North Western Gas Board