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William Brunton: 19th Century Neglected - but Influential - Engineer - August 2017

The article "William Brunton: 19th Century Neglected - but Influential - Engineer" appeared in the August 2017 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Faithful readers of this space know we sometimes like to use Addendum to give relatively unknown 19th Century mechanical engineers/inventors their well-deserved props. Like, for example, William Brunton (1777-1851), who is credited - but generally unknown - with inventing the Steam Horse, also known as the Mechanical Traveler.

Keywords
William Brunton, Steam Horse, history, Mechanical Traveler

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