Person    | Male  Born 7/9/1808  Died 22/5/1900

William Lindley

Categories: Engineering

Countries: Germany

Civil engineer. Born at 1 Surrey Square, Old Kent Road. In his youth, he worked with Marc Isambard Brunel and Francis Giles. In Germany he became involved in the development of railways. With his sons, particularly William Heerlein Lindley he designed water and sewerage systems for over thirty cities across Europe. Died at his home 74 Shooter's Hill Road, Blackheath.

 

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