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[[image:Gas engine SACM JD 2019.jpg|thumb|1919 1/10 scale model of a large SACM gas engine which ran on blast furnace gas. On display at the [[Musee des Arts et metiers]]]]
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[[image:Im1923EnV136-p236.jpg |thumb| 1923. Paris-Orleans Railway - Eight-Coupled Tank Engine. ]]
 
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1919 1/10 scale model of a large SACM gas engine which ran on blast furnace gas. On display at the Musee des Arts et Metiers
1923. Paris-Orleans Railway - Eight-Coupled Tank Engine.
1965.

Société Alsacienne de Constructions Mécaniques, more conveniently known as SACM, of Mulhouse, Alsace, France.

Makers of heavy equipment including locomotives, stationary steam engines, large gas engines, diesel engines, machine tools.

1965 The agent if the UK was David E. F. Vickers

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