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Hector Freeman Gullan

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Hector Freeman Gullan (1870 )

1922 M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M. and Cy.E M.R.San.I., Asst. City Engr., Belfast; b. 1870; s. of Archibald Black Gullan, of Swansea. Ed. Birkenhead School Articled to J. Harnett Harrisson, of Liverpool, Cons. Engr. and Engr. to the River Alt Commissioners. Career: Asst. Engr., L. and N.W. Railway, 1891-9; Constructional Engr., Imperial Chinese Railways., 1899-1901; Chief Supt. Engr., Belfast Works Dept., and Asst. City Engr., 1901. Publ.: "Choice and Method of Road Surfacing," "Use ofMechanical Tests to Determinethe Relative Value of various Stone for Road Construction and Maintenance," " Road Construction, and Maintenance, Present and Future." Address: 6, Mount Pleasant, Belfast. T. N.: Belfast 1646.

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