Ruston hornsby engine dating
A controlling share was purchased in the Ipswich firm of Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies, agricultural engineers.
Rustons then transferred to them the manufacture of steam engines, threshers, and the other of smaller agricultural implement lines they produced.
It's "First Come - First Served" or, "If You Snooze - You Loose" If you want one then I will supply you with my banking details for you to do a transfer. Complete diesel engines were then produced bearing the name Uniporn.
Please NO CASH payments to me - only transfers to my account (if you do not have "Internet Banking" then you can do it by going into your bank) as I have to transfer this to David and if you give me cash then my bank will charge me "cash handling fees" to deposit this. Information above is gleaned from The A-Z of British Stationary Engines, by Patrick Knight.
They also built cars, steam locomotives and a range of internal combustion engines.
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This Stationary Ruston & Hornsby Engine has been owned by its current owner Bill Smith for 17 years.
Ruston & Hornsby Engines were shipped all over the world and it is reported that they are still in use today in some third world counties.
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