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Clark William Tierney

Clark, William Tierney, born at Sion House, Bristol, Somerset, in 1783, became a pupil of the elder Rennie, and in 1811 was appointed engineer to the West Middlesex Waterworks, a post which he held for over forty years. He won a name for the carrying out of iron constructions, having built the suspension bridges at Hammersmith, Shoreham, Marlow, and Bath. His greatest work was the great bridge over the Danube, connecting Pesth and Buda, and completed in 1850. He died in 1852.