CAMPION, FREDERICK ARTHUR
- Born: 1864/65 Died: -
Chief engineer to the Great Northern Railway Company, from 1912 or earlier. According to the English censuses of 1881 and 1901, Frederick Arthur Campion was born in Newington, London, in 1864 or 1865 and educated at Loughborough Grammar School. He was appointed engineer to the Great Northern Railway Company in Ireland in succession to WILLIAM HEMINGWAY MILLS , who retired in 1910, and held the post until his own retirement in 1929, when he was succeeded by GEORGE BRUCE HOWDEN.& #160; His pupils and assistants included JOHN KING MACONCHY.
Inst.CE: elected associate member, 22 May 1894; transferred to member, 9 January 1906.
Addresses: Home: Woodlawn, Dundrum.
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|Building:||CO. MONAGHAN, CLONES, RAILWAY STATION|
|Nature:||Reinforced concrete railway engine shed, for Great Northern Railway Co.
Paul Larmour, Free State Architecture: Modern Movement architecture in Ireland, 1922-1949 (Kinsale: Gandon Editions, 2009) , 10-13(illus.); Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 277.