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W. O. Pepper

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W. O. Pepper

1922 A.M.I.E.E., Mechanical and Electrical Consulting Engineer, Mann's Court, Bradford. T. N.: 4695 Bradford; 590 Shipley. Ed. Ushaw College, Durham, and Armstrong College, Newcastle. Pupilage three years with the Sunderland Forge and Engineering Co., Sunderland. Six years with the British Westinghouse Co. on large constructional works like Mersey Tunnel Railway Co., L.C.C. Tramways, Birmingham and Bradford Corporations. Three years with Dick, Kerr and Co., on tramway, central stations and mining electrifications. In 1909 started in practice as specialist in application of electrical power in textile mill driving and has been responsible for several large conversions. Publications: Paper on Electricity in Mines. War Services.—Detailed to maintain industrial textile power plants in West Riding.

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