Alfred Burges (1796–1886) was a British civil engineer. He was apprenticed to the civil engineer James Walker, and in turn trained several other engineers including Sir Joseph Bazalgette .
Alfred Burges (1800-1886), C. E., F. S. A. c.1800 Born in Poplar 1811 Joined James Walker as a pupil 1825 Married Elizabeth Green in Edmonton. 1829 Became a partner in the firm which became Walker and Burges. 1838 Alfred Burges of 23 Great George Street, civil engineer, became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
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Alfred Burges (1796-1886) was a British civil engineer. He was apprenticed to the civil engineer James Walker, and in turn trained several other engineers such as Sir Joseph Bazalgette. Walker and Burges were responsible for railways, bridges and many marine works, including lighthouses, Surrey Commercial Docks, the Junction Dock at Hull, and the Bedford Levels.
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Alfred Burges (1796-1886) var en britisk civilingeniør. Han var i lære hos bygningsingeniøren James Walker og uddannede igen flere andre ingeniører, herunder Sir Joseph Bazalgette . Walker og Burges var ansvarlige for jernbaner, broer og mange marine værker, herunder 21 fyrtårne, Surrey Commercial Docks , Junction Dock at Hull og Bedford Levels .
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