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Arthur May Tippett

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Arthur May Tippett (1859- )

1922 M.Inst.C.E., Railways., Harbours, Waterworks, Irrigation; Cons. Engr., Johannesburg; b. 1859; s. of G. F. Tippett. Ed. Brighton Coll. Crystal Palace School of Engineering. Pupil of late F. C. Stileman; Asst. Eng. on Barrow and Furness Railways; Barrow Docks; Parliamentary Work; Asst. Engr. District Engr., Res. Engr., Chief Res. Engr. and Asst. Engr.-in-Chief, Cape Govt. Railways.; District Engr. of Cape P.W.D.; Cons. Engr. for De Beers Co., in Klerksdorp XIV. Streams Railway.; Chief Engr. for Concessionaires of Kaapmuiden Barberton Railway., Transvaal; since Union Engr.-in-Chief of S. African Railways. and Harbour s; now private practice. Pamphlet for British Assoc. on Cape Railways. Clubs: Rand; Civil Service, Capetown. Address: 56 and 59, Winchester House, Loveday Street, Johannesburg.

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