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William Hutchinson, M.Inst.C.E., M.C.E. (Melbourne)

1856 Born[1]

1874-77 Attended Melbourne University; achieved Certificate of Civil Engineering with honours.

1877 Employed in the Victorian Railways Department under Thomas Higinbotham

1881-3 Employed by D. Proudfoot, contractor, on the Great Northern Railway in New South Wales

1883-5 Employed as District Engineer by the New South Wales Government Railways under John Whitton, engineer in chief.

1886 Elected an Associate of the Inst of Civil Engineers; District Engineer of Railway Department, Cooma, New South Wales.

1891 Became a Member of Inst of CE[2]

1906 of Rly. Construction Dept., Sydney, N.S.W.

1922 Chief Engr., Rly. Construction Dept., Sydney, N.S.W.

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Sources of Information

  1. Civil Engineer Records
  2. Civil Engineer Lists