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F. R. Hull

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F. R. Hull (1872- )

1922 Colonel, R.E., M.Inst.C.E., F.R.G.S., Constructional Engineer (Railways); b. 1872. Ed. Crystal Palace School of Practical Engineering. Resident Engineer on the construction of the Serra inclined planes of the Sao Paulo Railway in Brazil; General Manager of the Brazil North Eastern Railways, and of the State of Bahia South Western Railway; Manager and Resident Engineer in charge of the construction of the Font reservoir works for Tynemouth, of the Ambergate reservoir and aqueduct, and the Leighton reservoir works, on contractor's staff, for Leeds. Railway Expert, attached to the High Commissioner for South Russia. War Services.—Engaged on Mesopotamian Railways and on Persian railway schemes, on railway service in Anatolia, and on Bagdad Railway; Chief of the Railway Mission attached to General Denikin's forces in South Russia.

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