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Thomas Walter Woodhouse

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Thomas Walter Woodhouse (1839-1915)

1915 Obituary [1]

THOMAS WALTER WOODHOUSE, born on the 15th July, 1839, at Keyworth, Leicestershire, was educated at Edinburgh and in France, and obtained practical experience under his father, Mr. George Woodhouse, on Messrs. Brassey's railway contracts in France and Russia.

He subsequently acted for the same contractors on railway works in Devon, and on the East London Railway and Thames Tunnel, but gave up professional pursuits early in life.

He died at Kensington on the 25th January, 1915.

Mr. Woodhouse was elected an Associate of the Institution on the 2nd May, 1876.

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