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Legend

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Frank Beamond and his Patents.
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I don't know how to link to this, because it's a PDF on the Waitrose hosting thing, but I'm sure someon will know more about that than I, as is customary.

So, until such time I advise you to Google Frank Beamond patents and go to the first site that comes up. For those interested in that sort of thing, it's a fascinating account of a chap who did a great deal of development in  the field of caterpillar tracks, and also a pretty comprehensive history of the origins of the technology. Lengthy, but worth the effort.

I await instructions on how to do it properly.



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Hello, i think this might work:

http://www.users.waitrose.com/~rogerbeamond/INVENTION.pdf

best regards,

Willem

 



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How right you are, sir. I am indebted to you.



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