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Bolinders Co

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1920s. 25 bhp Single-cylinder direct-reversing marine engine. Exhibit at National Waterways Museum, Gloucester.
Twin cylinder marine engine at National Waterways Museum, Ellesmere Port

Bolinders Company Ltd, of 4 Lloyds Avenue, London

British representatives for the Swedish company J. and C. G. Bolinder, makers of diesel engines used on (commercial) narrow boats.

1950s Suppliers of diesel and petrol engines and outboard engines including the Volvo-Penta.


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