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Werkspoor (Koninklijke Nederlandsche Fabriek van Werktuigen en Spoorwegmaterieel) of Amsterdam.
Founded in 1827 by Paul van Vlissingen (1797-1876) and Abraham Dudok van Heel (1802-1873).
1912 1,000 H.P. Marine Diesel engine for MS Juno.
1920s Marine diesel engines built (presumably) under licence by the North Eastern Marine Engineering Co
1927 A cylinder head/liner assembly made by Werkspoor for the Bergen-based tanker MT Hallanger is on display at Bergen Maritime Museum. The Hallanger was torpedoed in 1943.
1928 Description and illustrations of an 'Extra-High Pressure' two-cylinder horizontal reciprocating steam engine at the Werkspoor works in Amsterdam, with Meier-Mattern hydraulically-operated valves. Steam pressure 40 atm. (approx 570 psi). Cylinder bore 210 mm diameter. Central flywheel, rope drive. Steam from Werkspoor-Vickers-Spearing boilers.