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Alfred Thomas Blackall

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Alfred Thomas Blackall (1858- )

1922 M.Inst.C.E., First Pres. I.R.S.E., Signal and Telegraph Engr., G.W. Rly.; b. 1858; s. of Thomas Blackall, Former Signal Engr., G.W. Rly. Ed. Richmond House Sch., Reading. Training: With G. W. Rly. Trevethick Premium Inst.C.E. Career: In charge of Signalling on G.W. Rly. since 1897, and Telegraphs since 1903. Address: G.W. Rly., Reading. T. A.: "Blackall, G.W. Rly., Reading." T. N.: Reading 1281.

1923 Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers and signal and telegraph engineer for the Great Western Railway.[1]

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