Union two-stroke engine, 1919.
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actual image size: 25cm x 32cm

Union two-stroke engine, 1919.

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A sectioned example of the 'Union' two-stroke air-cooled engine operating on the Clerk cycle and embodying improvements patented by R S Whaley in 1919. When fitted to a lightweight bicycle it is claimed that it could achieve 125 miles per gallon of petrol. Made by J Parkes & Sons Ltd.

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