Another View of "Dolly May" 1904 Ransomes, Simms & Jefferies Traction Engine.
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After acquiring the engine and extensive re-building, it was named ‘Dolly May’ in honour of Don’s wife and is now a focal point in the Pallot Steam & Motor & General Museum.  One of the most popular exhibits in the museum the engine is maintained in full working order, and is used annually to drive the threshing machine at the Steam Threshing Fayre.
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