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George Horley

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c.1871 Born

Educated at Chelsea Polytechnic School of Engineering, School of Electrical Engineering, etc

Workshop experience at Scott's works in Hammersmith (later Acton) (perhaps Ronald A. Scott and Co?)

Worked for 2 months as assistant engineer at Cadogan Electric Light Co's Manor Street Power Station

9 months as 3rd engineer at Millbank Street Power Station

c.2.5 years as 3rd engineer at the Davies Street Power Station

c.2 years as 2nd engineer at the Eccleston Place Power Station

1900 Resident engineer at Millbank Street Power Station, Westminster. Became an Associate Member of IEE

1905 of 11 Millbank Street, Westminster.

1910 Presented to a party of visitors to the Horseferry Road Power Station[1]


See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1910/01/28
  • Membership application for IEE