The description with the engine states:
"Rolls Royce Dart Turboprop Engine driving a four-bladed propellor. This Rolls Royce Dart engine is from a Fokker F-27 Friendship aircraft of MacRobertson Miller Airlines (MMA).
The Fokker F-27 Friendship has two 1730 kW (2320 ehp) Rolls Royce Dart Mk 5367R turboprops driving four-bladed Dowty Rotol propellors.
|Type||Axial-flow turboprop engine|
|Primary users||Civil Airlines|
|Number built||over 7,100|
Rolls Royce began development of the RB.53 Dart engine in 1946. A turboprop engine, the Dart first flew in a Lancaster test aircraft in 1947. Production began in 1952 for the Vickers Viscount. Over 7,000 engines were produced before the Dart went out of production in the late 1990s.
|Maximum power:||1,420 EHP (1,060 kW)||2,030 EHP (1,510 kW)||2,320 EHP (1,730 kW)|