Harriman aircraft engine at the New England Air Museum


Type:   4-cylinder, liquid-cooled, inline, piston
Displacement:   393 cu. in
Weight:   240 lbs.
Power Output:   60 hp @ 1,350 rpm
Year:   1910
NEAM Id:   212
Location:   Civil Hangar

From the Experimental Aircraft Association

The Harriman Motor Works of South Glastonbury, CT, founded by Frank H. Harriman, produced airplane and marine engines from 1907 until 1916. Perhaps a hundred vertical in-line, water-cooled aircraft engines for four- and six-cylinders and ranging from 30 to 100 hp were produced. Harriman also built several prototype airplanes. He was apparently a more skilled inventor than businessman as the company failed.

This four-cylinder is the only know example of Harriman's aircraft engines.

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