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1933. British Kromhout Oil Engine. Built by John G. Kincaid and Co.

of 82 to 83, Fenchurch-street, London.

1904 Business established.

1905 of 154 Charing Cross Road; exhibited two 30ft. launches.

1907 Exhibited the Kromhout oil engine.

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of Marine Motors see the 1917 Red Book under Kromhout name.

1922 Maker of British Kromhout engines, for marine and stationary purposes.

1931 Exhibited the three cylinder, 150 B.H.P. Kromhout cold-starting marine oil engine; this represented a type of prime mover installed on over twenty-five tugs and lighters operating on the Thames.[1]

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  1. The Engineer 1931