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Arthur M. Berkeley (1870- )
1922 C.I.E., M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, 8, Lansdowne Crescent, Notting Hill Gate, London, W.'; b. 1870; s. of Major-General F. G. Berkeley; m. Irene, third d. of Sir Philip H. Waterlow, Bart. Ed. Rossall School and Coopers Hill Engineering College. Pupil Assistant, Saxby and Bourne Railway, Midland Railway, 1891-2; Assistant Engineer, Assam-Bengal Railway, 1892-6; Executive Engineer, 1896-1906; Chief Engineer, 1906-15. Chief Works: Construction and maintenance of the Assam-Bengal Railway and the Port of Chittagong. Club: Oriental. War Services.—Captain, Sappers and Miners, France, 1915; Major, Military Works (Railways); built the Sheikh Saad Railway, Mesopotamia, 1916; Lieut.-Colonel, Assistant Director of Railways; restored the Bagdad Railway and built the Fellujah and Sadiyah branches, 1917, 1918, 1919.