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Waltzing Matilda
Fowler no11700
at Cromford Steam Rally 2008
Engine Details
Current Name Waltzing Matilda
Manufacturer Fowler
Build date 1908
Serial no. No. 11700
Registration no. SC 5785
Machine type Agricultural
Weight Tons (kg) 10 ton
Date into Preservation 1995
Specifications
Power nhp 6 nhp
No. of Cylinders Single
Linkage Type ?
No. of Gears 2
Ownership
Original Owner ?
Current Owner / Keeper A. Biglands,
Sheffield
Date bought (Current) 1995 ?
Sale Price (approximate)
(if published)
Unknown
Auctioneer -
Notes repatriated from Australia in 1995
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Fowler no. 11700 is an agricultural traction engine that was built in Leeds by John Fowler & Co. in 1908.

Engine HistoryEdit

Originally built in 1908 and exported to Australia were it worked till the 1940s. Then engine was repatriated in 1995 back to the UK. Extensive work has been carried out to rebuild the engine, by current owner, Engineer A. Bigland. The engine has been rallied since 200? and is roaded to local events.

EventsEdit

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2010
2009
2008
1995

GalleryEdit

photos from Elvaston, Harewood & Sheffield to add

See alsoEdit

Collector & preservation related

References / sourcesEdit

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