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Morgan Edward Yeatman

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Morgan Edward Yeatman (1851- )

M. E. Yeatman, M.A.,Cantab. [1]

1922 M.A. (Cantab.), M.Inst.C.E., M.Amer.Soc.C.E., Consulting Civil Engineer, Parliament Mansions, Victoria Street, S.W., and 12, St. James's Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W. T. N.: 60 Victoria. b. 1851. Ed. Graduated with Honours in Mathematics and Classics at Trinity College, Cambridge. Articled to George Fosbery Lyster, Chief Engineer, Mersey Docks and Harbour Board. 1880-88—P. McK. & Y. railroad and other work at Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 1889-98— Norfolk & Western Railway, Roanoke, Virginia. 18981 90 8—With S. Pearson & Son, Westminster. Since 1908, Consulting Engineer. Chief Works: Bridges for Tehuantepec National Railway, and for Arica La Paz Railway. Fellow of the Zoological Society; Member of Council of Concrete Institute. War Services.—Engaged on the design of " Tanks " for the Mechanical Warfare Department.

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