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Samuel Collett Homersham, Senior

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Was a fellow apprentice of Frederick Bramwell, presumably to John Hague, a mechanical engineer who had works in Cable Street, Wellclose Square.

1841 Samuel Collett Homersham, became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.[1]

Between 1846 and 1850, Frederick Bramwell and Samuel Collett Homersham worked out a proposal for a subterranean atmospheric railway between Hyde Park Corner and the Bank.

1848 Consulting Engineer of 19 Buckingham Street, Adelphi, London, became a member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.[2]

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