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Daniel Lean Hutchinson

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Daniel Lean Hutchinson (1864-1913)

1914 Obituary [1]

DANIEL LEAN HUTCHISON, M.Sc., born in Glasgow on the 8th March, 1864, died at Peebles on the 20th September, 1913.

He served his pupilage to Messrs. Wharrie, Colledge and Brand, of Glasgow, and after graduating at Victoria University, he was employed on the Glasgow Central Railway.

He next served as Resident Engineer on the Great Central Railway and the Great Northern and City Railway until 1904, when he was appointed by the Ottoman Railway Company to build a pier and carry out an extension of the Aidin line. His health failed on the completion of this work.

He was the inventor of the Discharge Recorder which bears his name.

Mr. Hutchison was elected an Associate Member of The Institution on the 6th December, 1892, and was transferred to the class of Members on the 24th February, 1903.

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