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Arthur George Bird

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Arthur George Bird (1873- )

1922 A.M.I.E.E., Mechanical arid Electrical Engineer, Brow Hill, Rohais, Guernsey; b. 1873. Ed. and Technical Training: Yorkshire College, Leeds University; Pupil, Taff Vale Railway Co., Locomotive Department, Cardiff; Electrical Training Institution, Faraday House, London, and City and South London Electric Railway. Professional Career: Chief Assistant at Cardiff Corporation, Electricity Works, 1894-6; Station Superintendent, Bristol Corporation Electricity Department, 1899-1901; Engineer and Manager, Guernsey Electricity Supply Co., 1901-7; Engineer and Manager, Guernsey Railway Co., Ltd., 1907 to date; Consulting Electrical Engineer to the States of Guernsey. Carried out extensions and erected new Power Station for Guernsey Electricity Supply, at cost of X7o,000.

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