The Pop Pop Boat
Otherwise known as flash-steamers, hot-air-boats, toc-tocs, put put boats, pon pon boats, or more accurately a Pulsating Water Engine (P.W.E.), originated in an 1891 British patent for the coil type water pulse engines by an inventor named Thomas Piot.The popularity of the pop pop boat spread quickly and they were soon being manufactured in many countries. more . . .
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