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Approximate Date: circa 1935
Owner: Silver Fox Steam
Notes: This is the larger of the two engines in the 10/114 range. Made by Bing after WW1 and prior to the company's demise c1935. It is a single cylinder oscillating engine with a pulley incorporated in the flywheel. Unusually, an exhaust steam pipe is provided. The original burer is missing, but would have been a circular spirit burner similar to the one shown with it's smaller brother, but may have had two wicks. There are some pictures of the two engines together for comparison purposes.