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* [[Surrey Commercial Docks]] Extensions  
 
* [[Surrey Commercial Docks]] Extensions  
 
* [[Middlesbrough Docks|Middlesborough Dock]] Extension  
 
* [[Middlesbrough Docks|Middlesborough Dock]] Extension  
* [[Alexandra Docks]] at Newport;
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* [[Alexandra Docks]] at Newport  
* [[Immingham Dock]] and Graving-dock; a
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* [[Immingham Dock]] and Graving-dock
 
* [[Royal Edward Dock, Avonmouth|Royal Edward Dock]] at Avonmouth, in conjunction with [[Benjamin Baker|Sir Benjamin Baker]] and [[Arthur Cameron Hurtzig|A. C. Hurtzig]].  
 
* [[Royal Edward Dock, Avonmouth|Royal Edward Dock]] at Avonmouth, in conjunction with [[Benjamin Baker|Sir Benjamin Baker]] and [[Arthur Cameron Hurtzig|A. C. Hurtzig]].  
  

Latest revision as of 16:59, 18 January 2020

1896. Glasgow Central Railway.
1896. Lady Windsor New Deep Lock at Barry Docks.

Partnership of Sir John Wolfe Barry and others

1867 Wolfe Barry started to practise on his own account as a consulting engineer

1878 Mr. H. M. Brunel became a partner

Mid-1880s The Firm took up dock construction, a branch of the profession with which they were later to be very specially identified.

Harbour Works included:

1892 Mr. A. J. Barry became a partner

1892 Mr. C. A. Brereton became a partner

1901 Mr G. E. W. Cruttwell became a partner

1901 Mr. K. A. Wolfe Barry became a partner

1913 Mr. A. G. Lyster became a partner


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