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William Albert John Squire Hart

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William Albert John Squire Hart (1846-1910), London Divisional Superintendent of the Great Western Railway. 44 years service with the GWR.

1846 Born at Bradpole, Dorset.

1872 Station Master at Slough.

1877 Transferred to Bristol as Superintendent.

1879 - 1893 Superintendent at Paddington Station.

1893 London Divisional Superintendent. [1]

1910 Died.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1910/04/08