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George Henry Wild

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George Henry Wild (1877- )

1922 M.I.Mech.E., M.Inst.T., Loco., Carriage and Wagon Supt., Dublin and S.E. Railway.; b. 1877. Ed. Dundalk Educational Inst.; Dundalk Railway. Tech. Classes; Municipal Tech. Schs. at Carlisle and Dundalk. App. G.N. Railway. (Ireland); Loco., Carriage and Wagon Works, Dundalk; further experience: Cowans, Sheldon and Co.'s Eng. Works, Carlisle; N.E. Railway. Works, Darlington; Dundalk Railway. Works; and various Loco. Depots on G.N. Railway. (Ireland ). Career: Loco. Erecting Shop Foreman, Dundalk Railway. Works, 1910; Loco. Foreman, Londonderry District, 1911-16; Asst. Loco. Supt., Dublin and S.E. Railway., 1916; Loco. Supt., 1917. Address: Upper Grand Canal Street Works, Dublin.

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