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Ernest Albert Seymour Bell

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Sir Ernest Albert Seymour Bell (1867-1955)


1915 Indian Biographical Dictionary

Bell, E. A. S.; F.C.H., A.M.I.C.E., Engineer-in-chief, Mysore Railway Construction Department and Ex-Officio Secretary, Railway Department, Consulting Engineer to the Government of Mysore, for Railways (on leave). Address: Bangalore, Mysore Province.


1955 Obituary [1]

Sir ERNEST ALBERT SEYMOUR BELL, C.I.E., P.C.H., who died at his home in London on the 8th January, 1955, was born on the 1st September, 1867.

He received his engineering training at the Royal Indian Engineering College, Coopers Hill, and entered the railway branch of the Indian Public Works Department in 1888 as an Assistant Engineer.

After being employed on the construction of the East Coast Railway from 1889 to 1894, he joined the Assam-Bengal Railway in an administrative capacity...


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