A biographical dictionary of civil engineers in Great Britain and Ireland Skempton, A. W. (Alec Westley), 1914-2001

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Skempton, A. W. (Alec Westley), 1914-2001
Subjects
Civil engineers - Great Britain - Biography - Dictionaries.; Civil engineers - Great Britain - Biography.; Civil engineers - Ireland - Biography - Dictionaries.
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Specialized
Summary
With biographical details of nearly 800 leading civil engineers of the Victorian era, this dictionary includes many that have never been written about until now. It outlines the lives of these engineers and lists the works for which they were responsible, and provides indexes of names and places.
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Read associated articles: A Biographical Dictionary of Civil Engineers, Aberllynfi, Beverley Beck, Bridgewater Canal, Broughton Suspension Bridge, Charles Bage, Charles Baird (engineer), Chirk Aqueduct, Dukart's Canal, George Halpin, Haddiscoe Cut, Harecastle Tunnel, Hugh Baird (engineer), Hugh Henshall, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Jacob Perkins, James Green (engineer), Joshua Field (engineer), King's Sedgemoor Drain, Lancashire Witch, Manchester Bolton and Bury Canal, Middle Level Navigations, Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge, Old Bridge, Pontypridd, Old Walton Bridge, Ralph Dodd, River Torrent, Salford Junction, Salford, Greater Manchester, Samuel Bentham, Simon Goodrich, Thames and Severn Canal, Thomas Dadford, Jr., Thomas Paine, Thomas Sheasby, Walsall Canal, William Handyside, William Nicholson (chemist), Wilts and Berks Canal, Worsley
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https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/9433920
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9433920

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