Ah Doxfords. hey were opposed piston engines and you either loved them or hated them.
We used to play a drinking game on ships that was based on the Doxford fireing order and one would crouch up and down in the fireing order if out of sequence you had to skull a pint.
gees this made the engine miss fire after a few revs.
This was in the days when copious drinking was allowed at sea.
We also played this game at the pub when I was at college in South Shields in the UK.(doing my 2 nd and Chief Engineers certificates in the 70's)
Very close to the home of the Doxford engine.
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