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Harold Edward Brooke-Bradley

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Harold Edward Brooke-Bradley Chartered Structural Engr., M.I.Struct.E. (Bronze Medallist), M. R.S.I., F.R.S.A.

Career: Eng. Asst., Devon County Council; County District Engr. and Surveyor, West Sussex C.C.; Asst. Engr., The Road Board; District Engr., H.M. Joint Roads Committee; Acting County Surveyor, Pembroke County Council. Chairman, Midland Counties Branch, Institution of Structural Engineers., 1937-38.

Co-inventor of "Liteway" system of kerb-lighting. Jt. Author of "Modern Roadmaking."

1939 Deputy County Surveyor of Worcestershire, County Buildings, Worcester. Private address: 22, Blanquettes Avenue, Worcester.

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