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British Industrial History

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Joseph Bertram Lloyd Meek

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1922. Outfall sewer for Manchester.
1922.Constructing Concrete Roads near Manchester.

Joseph Bertram Lloyd Meek

1922 M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Town Hall, Manchester. Ed. Edinburgh Academy and Manchester Grammar School. Was assistant on the following works: M.S. and L. Railway extension to London; Port Talbot Railways and Docks; Gibraltar Harbour Works; King's Dock, Swansea; Improvement Works at Singapore; Railway Works and Harbour Works in South America. At present City Engineer of Manchester. Member of Engineers' Club, Manchester.

1946 Obituary [1]

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