MAGNETO

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  1. jerryw

    jerryw Member

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    Some engines (particularly British) of the inter-wars period list "M L Magnetos" as their equipment.

    Anyone know what "M L" stands for?

    Thanks.
     
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    M.L. Magneto Syndicate Ltd. Coventry.
    M. L. comes from the names of the two founders, Morris and Lister.
     
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