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Easthope Bros (Canada)

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Single cylinder marine engine on display at the Maritime Museum of BC
Single cylinder marine engine on display at the Maritime Museum of BC. The brass lever rotates the eccentric rocker arm spindle
Two cylinder marine engine on display at the Maritime Museum of BC
Two cylinder marine engine on display at the Maritime Museum of BC

Easthope Bros Ltd of Vancouver, British Columbia

  • Initially at Hastings Street, later at 1747 Georgia Street
  • Engineers and iron founders. Made small internal combustion marine engines, marine reversing gears, stump pullers, boring machines for the logging industry, winches and other equipment for fishing boats. Boat repairs and refits.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Peter Easthope’s website: 'Easthope - The Engines and the People Who Built Them'