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William Dick

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William Dick (1883- )

1922 B.Sc.(Eng.), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Asst. Engr., Open Lines, F.M.S. Railway.; b. 1883; s. of Thomas Dick, Lockhead, Arbroath, Scot. Ed. Arbroath and St. Andrew's University. App. Douglas Fraser and Sons, Ltd., Mech. Engrs., Arbroath. Career: J. G. White and Co., Ltd., South London Tramways; Central Argentine Railway. Surveys and Construction; and Sectional Engr., Egyptian Delta Light Railway. District Engr. Address: c/o Engineer, Way and Works, Kuala Lampur, F.M.S.

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