Massey Bromley

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Massey Bromley
Born(1846-06-15)15 June 1846
Wolverhampton
Died16 July 1884(1884-07-16) (aged 38)
Penistone
NationalityBritish
OccupationEngineer
Engineering career
DisciplineMechanical, Locomotive
Employer(s)Great Eastern Railway

Massey Bromley was the English Chief Mechanical Engineer of the Great Eastern Railway in 1878–81. During that brief period he established the Stratford Works in East London as the place where most of the Great Eastern's locomotives were built. Bromley was killed in the Penistone rail crash of 1884.

Sources[edit]

  • LNER Encyclopedia (see below)

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Business positions
Preceded by
William Adams
Locomotive Superintendent
Great Eastern Railway

1878–1881
Succeeded by
Thomas William Worsdell