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General Electric Engine/Lighting Plant


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Old 09-16-2017, 05:46:44 AM
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Default General Electric Engine/Lighting Plant

Recently came across a "power light set" manufactured by General Electric Co Schenectady NY USA. Engine/Plant is in poor condition but recoverable.

I am after any information about the set that i do not have, did it originally run on a magneto, approx period of manufacture. Will post photos.

Robbo

I Posted this on Smokestack Down Under and only received one reply , which was of no real help. As it is an American engine I thought I would post it here.
I look forward to your replies.
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Default Re: General Electric Engine/Lighting plant

Looks neat! Thanks for saving it!

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