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Lionel George Frank Routledge (1882- )
1922 A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 17, Alexandra Street, Eastwood, Notts. T. N.: 6 Langley Mill. b. 1882. Ed. Enfield Grammar School and Finsbury Technical College. 1901-7—Subordinate positions in tramways, power companies and with consulting engineers. 1907-I5—Electrical Engineer to the Eastwood Collieries. i 919—Electrical Engineer to the Eastwood, Bentley and Harworth Main Collieries. Past-President, Midland Branch Association of Mining Electrical Engineers. Chief Works: Electrification of the Eastwood Collieries. Paper on Power Factor and Its Improvement, before the Association of Mining Electrical Engineers, Vol. VI., 1914. War Services.—Naval Division Engineers, January, 1915, to June, 1917, in ranks; Royal Engineers, Commissioned, August, 1917, to March, 1919.