The little engine that could

Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Vintage
Todays Prompt: Contraption

A little engine, puffing away at 2hp, was made in Australia in the late 1940’s. The little engines motto is “Strength – Power – Economy”
Mostly a bit of farm machinery used to pump water.

“Petrol engine and water pump, mounted on metal stand
Buzacott, Westinghouse Rosebery Ltd, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 1945-1950
Vertical engine with two flywheels water pump, water meter, painted green”
Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

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