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Sir John Wolfe-Barry

Person  Male  Born 7/12/1836  Died 22/1/1918

Categories: Engineering

Civil Engineer. Born London, son of the architect Sir Charles Barry. His firm specialised in railways, bridges and docks. Built the Circle Line and, following the death of Horace Jones, Tower Bridge. He was on the governing body of the Imperial College of Science and Technology. 1902 joined Robert White & Partners which was renamed Wolfe-Barry, Robert White & Partners. Died at home, Delahay House, 15 Chelsea Embankment.

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Victoria's Golden Jubilee - Tower Bridge

Although it doesn't specifically say, this is the foundation stone for Tower ...

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Tower Bridge, 1894 - opening

In 1894 the royal personages listed at the top of the plaque as: Prince of Wa...

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