Person    | Male  Born 8/8/1927  Died 16/8/1993

Peter Frank Stott

Civil engineer. Eight years working in Australia. Director of Highways and Transportation at the GLC 1964-67. President of the Institute of Civil Engineers in 1990. Died Devon.

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Peter Frank Stott

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James Walker

{On the front of the plinth:} James Walker, 1781 - 1862 Engineer Greenland Do...

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Marylebone Flyover

Marylebone Flyover Opened by Mr Desmond Plummer TD, JP, leader of the Greater...

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Other Subjects

Automobile Association

Automobile Association

The Automobile Association, originally set up to help motorists avoid police speed traps, opened its first office in Fleet Street in 1905.

Group, Community / Clubs, Engineering

1 memorial
G. W. Pickin, BSc, C.Eng, FICE, FIMunE, FRSA

G. W. Pickin, BSc, C.Eng, FICE, FIMunE, FRSA

City of London Engineer in 1977 and 1982.

Person, Engineering

2 memorials
Thomas Telford

Thomas Telford

Stonemason, architect and civil engineer. Born Eskdale, Dumfriesshire. Aged 12 left school to work for a local stonemason. Aged 25 rode on horseback to London. Built roads, bridges and canals. Neve...

Person, Architecture, Engineering, Scotland

2 memorials
Stratford Works

Stratford Works

The locomotive building works of the Great Eastern Railway.The original shops were built by the railway 'King', George Hudson. In addition to the engineering facilities, Hudson provided accommodati...

Building, Engineering, Transport

1 memorial
William Booth Scott

William Booth Scott

William Booth Scott was born on 18 August 1822 in Hammersmith, the son of John James Scott (1789-1860) and Sophie Scott née Germaine (1791-1850). He married Emily Murley Porter (1825-1901), the ma...

Person, Engineering

3 memorials