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J. J. Manning

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J. J. Manning (1883- )

Ed. City and Guilds Central Technical College, Exhibition Road, South Kensington.

Assistant Engineer, East Indian Railway. Personal Assistant to Engineer-in-Chief Construction, N.W. Railway, Lahore, India, 1912-16. Reconnaissance, preliminary and detailed surveys, construction estimates, reports and traffic estimates, designing of station yards, new works, major and minor bridges, railway construction and maintenance. Chief Works: Pathankot, Nurpur and Kangra Valley Light Railway survey, preliminary estimate and report; Jakhal-Hissar Railway, Mandra-Bhon Railway and others.


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