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Francis Douglas Fox

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Francis Douglas Fox, M.A. (Cantab.), F.R.S, M.Inst.C.E., Cons. Civil Engr., of Sir Douglas Fox and Partners

1868 Born, son of Charles Douglas Fox[1]

Trinity College, Cambridge.

Apprenticed to Sir Douglas Fox and Sir Francis Fox, Civil Engrs., and under C. A. Rowlandson, M.Inst.C.E.

Eng. Asst. on the construction of Liverpool, St. Helens and Sth. Lancs. Railway., Mersey Tunnel Railway., Liverpool Overhead Electric Railway., Snowdon Mountain Railway.; in charge of surveys, Haifa-Damascus Railway., Syria.

1894-97 Res. Engr., Brackley Section, Great Central Railway Extension to London;

1895 Partner in Firm of Sir Douglas Fox and Partners

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Sources of Information

  1. Charles Douglas Fox 1868 [1]