August 23, 1845|
|Died||August 18, 1896
|Employer(s)||Dominion Bridge Company Limited|
Job Abbott (August 23, 1845 – August 18, 1896) was an American-born Canadian civil engineer who helped pioneer the construction of steel bridges in Canada, including many for the Canadian Pacific Railway, such as the 3,400 ft Lachine Bridge in Montreal, Quebec.
- Biography at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
- Discovering heritage bridges on Ontario’s roads - D. J. Cuming, (Erin, Ont., 1983)
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