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Exhibit at Armley Mill Museum.

Diesel engines made by John Fowler and Co for crawler tractors, road rollers, and light locomotives, especially because of working conditions which needed a high-speed prime mover with complete protection from dust and dirt, were fitted with the Fowler-Sanders patent combustion chamber with double-swirl turbulence, which gave good economy, cleanliness, and ease of starting.

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