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Arthur Cunnington

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Arthur Cunnington (1884- )

1922 B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E., Lighting Engineer, London and South Western Railway Engineers' Department, Waterloo Station, S.E.I, and 26, Muncaster Road, Clapham Common, SAN, T. N.: Hop 5100. b. 1884. Ed. Privately, and at the City and Guilds Central Technical College, graduated in Science (Engineering) at London University in 1904. For several years assistant to Leon Easter, Consulting Lighting Engineer and founder of the Illuminating Engineering Society. Joined the Lighting Department of the London and South-Western Railway Engineer's Office in 1912 as Technical Assistant, was in charge of the Electric Lighting in 1916, and appointed Lighting Engineer in 1919. Chief Works: Responsible for the system of electric lighting adopted on the electrified suburban stations of the London and South-Western Railway. Paper on "Railway Lighting" published in Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society.

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