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Malcolm Grant-Dalton

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Malcolm Grant-Dalton (1855- ) , civil engineer.

1910 Of the Hampshire Automobile Club. Biographical information and image at Automotor Journal 19100910

1922 M.Inst.C.E., F.R.S.A., Civil Engineer, Downlands Sway, Brockenhurst, S.O.; b. 1855; fifth s. of late D. F. GrantDalton of Shanks House, Wincanton, Somerset. Ed. Marlborough College. Pupil of late Sir William Shelford. Resident Engineer— Louth and Mablethorpe Railway; Manx Northern Railway; Hull and Barnsley Railway (Hull Section); Lulea and Gellivara Railway, North Sweden Surveys and Location, Argentine Transandine, 1887-1903, also General Manager, 1893-1903; Consulting Engineer for location of Chilean Transandine at various dates, for location surveys, etc. War Services.—Munition work; met with bad accident on same, December, 1917, since crippled.

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