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It was concealed under a pumping engine in the boatyard according to Arthur Gabbitas. Bert Davis gave the location as either a boatyard or timber yard. He reports that this was a vintage single cylinder paraffin engine, started by spinning the large flywheel. The engine operated a saw in the yard. Measuring 6 feet by 4 by 3 it was a substantial piece of equipment, but even during the war was considered more suitable as a museum piece. It bore a plate giving its rating as 5 Horsepower. The cylinder was 6 inches in diameter.
Haverford West Outstation