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The RB211

Here's Rolls-Royce's original 'big daddy' - the RB211 - built in the 1960s for wide-bodied airliners. It was also the engine that led to the company being taken into state ownership in 1971 due to the huge development costs - the Rolls-Royce 'crash'.

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