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Arthur Wood-Hill

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Arthur Wood-Hill (1870- )

1922 M.Inst.C.E., Div. Engr., L. and N.W. Railway.; b. 1870; e. s. of George Wood Hill, Barrister-at-law; In. Frances Dorothy, widow of Lt.-Col. G. H. Palmer, R.A. Ed. Haileybury Coll. Training: Crystal Palace Engineering School. Crampton Prize, Inst.C.E., 1905. Articled with and Asst. to the late C. Liddell, C.E., M.S. and L. Railway., Derbyshire Lines, 1891-4; with Baldry and Yerburgh, Contractors, on L.D. and E.C. Railway., Warsop to Tuxford; L. and N.W. Railway., Heaton Lodge to Wortley; Admiralty Reservoir, Chatham; Axminster and Lyme Regis Light Railway.; having charge of the two last mentioned contracts, in charge for Heenan and Froude, Ltd., of reconstruction of certain bridges in London for L.C.C., 1904-5; Asst. Engr., N.L. Railway., 1905; Engr., 1906-9; Divisional Engr., L. and N.W. Railway., 1909. Club: Primrose. Address: Suffolk House, Byron Hill, Harrow.

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