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Tim Dannels

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Engine Gallery

HQ Phone:  (416) 992-5282

Email: b***@***.com

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Engine Gallery

32 Walton Street

Port Hope, Ontario,L1A 1N2

Canada

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Web References(43 Total References)


Dick McCoy Tribute Page

www.modelenginenews.org [cached]

For this, we must thank ECJ Editor and Publisher, Tim Dannels.
Tim's work was used in preparing this Tribute Page.


Model Engine Builders�Bill Brown, Jr.

www.craftsmanshipmuseum.com [cached]

We would also like to thank Tim Dannels of The Model Engine Builder's Journal for contributing photos of Bill's rare early IC and CO2 engines.
(All engine photos supplied by Tim Dannels, Model Engine Collectors Journal . Tim Dannels notes that engines and sizes produced by Bill Brown were (in order of size) the B-100 (.006), MJ-70 (.004), Bee 70 (.004), A-23 (.0014) and GB-12 (.0007).


Model Engine Builders—John W. Brodbeck

www.craftsmanshipmuseum.com [cached]

The display was built by Tim Dannels of The Engine Collector's Journal, who also contributed the photo . (Click photo for larger image.)


Makers of wooden toys

www.craftsmanshipmuseum.com [cached]

Our special thanks to Tim Dannels at The Engine Collectors' Journal for his contributions to this section.


Model Engine Builders—Other Companies

www.craftsmanshipmuseum.com [cached]

According to Tim Dannels at the Model Engine Collector's Journal, the DEW engine was "not a totally successful venture although they were decent engines.


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