Vlog 129: Dual Fuel

This is Part 2 of a three part mini-series about classic / vintage narrowboat engines as often heard chugging past on the canal. In this episode, I talked to Rob Goodman about his 1940s-era Kelvin K2 and its unusual starting procedure!

Bonus not-a-vlog video: real-time cruising the River Avon from Offenham to Barton Lock, from my travels in 2017.


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2 Comments

  1. Thank you David for that, I must admit liking the old engines and, obviously their exhaust sound.

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