Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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John Wallis Titt

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October 1903. J. Wallis Titt with his BAT Motor Cycle.
January 1906.
Name plate.
Name plate.
Name plate.

Woodcock Iron Works, Warminster.

Makers of wind engines

An 1891-92 Simplex self-regulating geared wind engine and its well house have been restored at Crux Easton, Hampshire. Open to the public several times a year [1]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. [1] Hampshire Mills website - click on Crux Easton Wind Engine