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A pupil of Stephenson's
1859 Birth of his son William Edward Hardy in Rouen
John and John George Hardy developed a railway train brake 'of exceptional importance'.
1860 Went to Vienna and entered the Austrian railroad service.
Manager of the workshops of the Southern Railway of Austria
1866 John Hardy, Engineer, The Mall, Armagh (query - is this the same Hardy?).
1873 Exhibited The Emperor of Austria's Private Travelling Carriage at the Vienna Universal Exhibition in Vienna
1885 Seriously ill; his son William returned to Austria