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Lionel Eugene Radcliffe

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Lionel Eugene Radcliffe (1876-1910)

1910 Obituary [1]

LIONEL EUGENE RADCLIFFE was born in 1876, and educated at the Finsbury Technical College.

On leaving, he was engaged in electrical work with several well-known firms, and in 1900 worked under the Mersey Dock and Harbour Board.

In 1904 he went out to Egypt as assistant engineer to the Alexandria and Ramleh Railway Company and the Societe Anonyme des Tramways d'Alexandrie.

He was elected an Associate Member of the Institution in 1907.

He died on January 19, 1910.

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