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Thomas Whittow

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Thomas Whittow (1869- )

1922 M.Inst.C.E., 33, Birch Grove, W.3. b, 1869. Ed. Marlborough College and University College, London. Articled pupil of the late Sir Charles Bright. Has been engaged on engineering construction in various parts of the world, including the Blackwall Tunnel, London Tube Railways, Summit Tunnel of the Transandine Railway, of which he was in charge of the Chilian Section and was Resident Engineer in charge of the drainage of Para, Brazil. Member of the Royal Automobile Club. War Services.—Major, Royal Marine Engineers.

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