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William Chadwick (2)

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1841 William Chadwick of Adelaide Place, London bridge, a contractor for engineering works, became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.[1]

1838 Contractor for the Maidenhead Railway Bridge and erred in removing the supporting timber frame before the mortar was sufficiently set.

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