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T. J. Bourne

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T. J. Bourne (1864- )

1922 C.B.E., M.Inst.C.E., Engineer-in-Chief, Pu-Sin Railway, China, Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, London and Shanghai. T. N.: 6634 Avenue, London. b. 1864. s. of Rev. S. W. Bourne, B.A.; m. Edith Mary Bridges. Ed. St. Edward's School, Canterbury. Professional Career: Whitworth Exhibition; at Steel's, Greenock; Hick Hargreaves, Bolton; at sea 6 months; "Vulcan" Works, Stettin; Formosan Government Railways, Assistant Engineer; Peking-Moukden Railway, Resident Engineer; Tientsin-Pukow Railway, District Engineer; Pekin Syndicate Railway, Charge of Construction; Pu-Sin Railway, Engineer-in-Chief. Chief Works: Construction of above Railways and of Huai River Bridge. Publications: Articles to " Engineering," etc. Member of Royal. Societies Club. War Services.—Munitions. In charge for War Office of recruitment of Chinese Labour Corps. (92,000 men).

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