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C. H. Nicholson

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C. H. Nicholson (1889- )

1922 A.M.I.E.E., M.A.Min. E.E., Electrical Engineer, Electrical Department, Alexandra Docks, Hull and Barnsley Railway. Private Address: I1, Maple Grove, Garden Village. Hull. T.A.:" Electrical, Deepdock, Hull." T. N.: 2970 Central, and 318 Corporation. b. 1889. Ed. Hull Technical College. Pupilage, S. Pearson and Son, Ltd., Admiralty contractors. 1908-Io— Assistant Technical Adviser, Hull Corporation Electricity Undertaking. 1910-16-Assistant Electrical Engineer to the Hull and Barnsley Railway; since 1916, Electrical Engineer to the Hull and Barnsley Railway, and Evening Lecturer on Electrical Engineering at the Hull Technical College. Chief Works: Erection of complete railway and dock plant for the Hull and Barnsley Railway (3,000 k.w.); Consulting Engineer for J. H. Fenner and Co., Ltd. (electrification of factory).

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