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Frederick Robert Bagley (1852- )
1922 M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Indian Railways, Kurlung, Bengal, India; b. 1852. Ed. Mussoorie School and Thomason College, Roorkee. Joined Public Works Department, India, 1871; Burma State Railways, 1875-96; Engineer-in-Chief, Shan Hills Survey (Mandalay-Kunlon Railway ), 1891; Chief Engineer to Burma Railway Co., including construction of the Mandalay-Kunlon Railway, 1896-8; Engineer-in-Chief, Ghaziabad-Moradabad Railway, 1898-1900; Chief Engineer, North Western (State) Railway, 1900-7; retired from Government Service as Chief Engineer, First Class, 1907; Agent and Chief Engineer of the Sutlej Valley Railway, 1908-10, of the Jullendur Doab Railway, 1910-2, for the Southern Punjab Railway Co.; Agent and Chief Engineer, Hoshiarpur Doab Railway Co., 1912-5; and of the Mymensingh Bhairab-Bazaar Railway Co., 1915-8. At present Agent and Consulting Engineer for Gillanders, Arbuthnot and Co.'s five branch railways, and Engineer-in-Chief of several railway surveys. Chief Works: Shan Hills Survey, including the Gokteik Gorge solution; Ganges Bridge at Gurhunukhtisar; Cabul River Bridge at Nowshera; Chenab Bridge at Chund; Sutlej Bridge at Giderpindi; Old Brahmaputra Bridge, Mymensingh; two thousand miles in all of railway construction in India, and twelve surveys and project estimates for new railways. Member of East India United Service Club, 16, St. James's Square, London, and Punjab Club, Lahore. War Services.—Burma, 1885-9 (medal and two clasps).