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George Alphonso Mountain

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George Alphonso Mountain

1922 P.-Pres., Canadian Soc. C.E., M. Amer. Railway E. Assoc., M. Amer. Supts. of Bridges and Buildings, Dominion Land Surveyor; Civil Engr.; Chief Engr., Board of Railway Concessions for Canada since 1904; b. 186o. Ed and Trained: Quebec. Career: Oux Survey of Princess Louise Embankments and Quebec Graving Dock (1878), under Kinipple and Morris, of London and Greenock; 1879—Surveys of Quebec and Lake St. John Railway; 1880—Surveys of Newfoundland Railway, under Kinnipple and Morris; 1881-1904—In charge of Location and Construction and Maintenance of the Canada Atlantic Railway, the 2( last 18 as Chief Engr. Clubs: Rideau and Golf, Man. Address: 336, McLaren Street, Atlanta, Canada.

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