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Surrey and Kent Commission of Sewers

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Since Tudor times this organisation was responsible for the drainage of the low-lying parts of the whole of the then built-up area of South London. 1848 - subsumed into the Metropolitan Commission of Sewers which covered the whole of London.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Surrey and Kent Commission of Sewers

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Duffield Sluice

Sewers Surrey & Kent Duffield Sluice 1822

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George Croydon Marks

George Croydon Marks

Engineer and politician. Born in Eltham. He was apprenticed at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. In 1882 he joined Tangye Ltd in Birmingham and became head of the lifting-machinery department and an exp...

Person, Engineering, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
William Tierney Clark

William Tierney Clark

Civil Engineer. Born in Bristol.  He designed the first Hammersmith Bridge and the Marlow Bridge across the Thames and bridges in Bath and at Welbeck Abbey. His greatest achievement was probably th...

Person, Engineering, Hungary

2 memorials
William Henry Barlow

William Henry Barlow

Engineer. Born Charlton. Best known for the St Pancras railway shed. Died at home, High Combe, 145 Charlton Road, SE7, not far from his place of birth.

Person, Engineering

2 memorials
Peter Lind and Co Ltd

Peter Lind and Co Ltd

Peter Lind was a Danish construction engineer who came to England when, in 1913 he was appointed designer for the British Reinforced Concrete Engineering Company. His firm built the silos for The S...

Group, Engineering

1 memorial