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Arthur Cecil Fellows

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Arthur Cecil Fellows (1870- )

1922 M.Inst.C.E., M.E.I.C., Civil Engineer (Railway and Harbour), Harbour Commissioner's Office, Quebec, Canada; b. 1870. Ed. Westminster and Cambridge University. Articled in 1893 to John Wilson, Chief Engineer, Great Eastern Railway. 1893-6—Blackwall Railway widening and construction of Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway. 1897-8--Central London Railway construction. 899-I 903—Resident Engineer, Yarmouth to Lowestoft Railway construction. 1904-6—Lowestoft Harbour extensions. 1907-II—Resident Engineer, Parkeston Quay extension (Harwich). 1911-3—Foundations and substructure of Quebec Bridge. 1913 to date— Assistant Engineer, Quebec Harbour improvements.

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