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Thomas Thomson

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Thomas Thomson (c1881-1957) of H. A. Brassert and Co

1957 Obituary [1]

We record with regret the death of Mr. Thomas Thomson, at the age of seventy-six, on April 16.

Mr. Thomson was chief engineer at the Appleby-Frodingham Works, Scunthorpe, until 1930, when he joined H. A. Brassert and Co., Ltd., as director and chief engineer. He was in charge of the reconstruction of the Irlam Works of the Lancashire Steel Corporation, Ltd., the construction of the Corby Works of Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., and the reconstruction of the Ebbw Vale Works of Richard Thomas, Ltd.

He joined John Miles and Partners (London), Ltd., on its formation in 1945, and was engaged in the replanning of some of the major steel works on the Continent.

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