The Unreasonable Man : The Life and Works of J.J.C. Bradfield

By: Richard Raxworthy

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The Unreasonable Man : The Life and Works of J.J.C. Bradfield by Richard Raxworthy
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Sydney, NSW, Australia: Hale & Iremonger, 1989. 153 pages with b/w illustrations. Bradfield the engineer and planner was involved in a staggering number of fields of expertise for one man. At the NSW Public Works Dept he was at various times required to design roads, bridges, sewerage and public watering places; dams and other water supplies, waterconservation, irrigation and drainage works and railways and tramways. His most notable work was the design and supervision of construction of a transport system for Sydney, including the city railway, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and connecting roads.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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