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Sir John Wolfe Barry, K.C.B., F.R.S

    Naturevolume 100pages427428 (1918) | Download Citation



    SIR JOHN WOLFE BARRY, the eminent civil engineer, died on January 22, in his eighty-second year. The youngest son of Sir Charles Barry, R.A., the architect of the Houses of Parliament, he was educated at Trinity College, Glen-almond, and at King's College, London. He was a pupil of Sir John Hawkshaw, and afterwards for him assistant resident engineer on the Charing Cross and Cannon Street Railway. In 1867 he started in private practice.

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