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W. G. Walker

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W. G. Walker (c1903- ) A.M.I.E.E.

Presumably son of William George Walker

Pupil, Elect. Dept., Whitby U.D.C.

Several years with the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Electric Supply Co., and The Cleveland and Durham Electric Power, Ltd.

Shift Charge Engr. at the Barugh Power Station of The Yorkshire Electric Power Co., and at the Packham Power Station of The Lancs. E.P. Co.

By 1939 was Shift Charge Engr., Lancs. Elect. Power Co., Radcliffe Power Station.

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