Henry Deane ( 1847 - 1929)

Deane was an engineer and scientist. In January 1880 Deane arrived in Sydney in the Kent and on 20 February was appointed a railway surveyor under John Whitton. From 1881 he was district engineer, working on the Gunnedah-Narrabri extension, then on the construction of the Homebush to Hawkesbury River railway. Inspecting engineer from 1886, he was confirmed as engineer-in-chief for railway construction on 1 July 1891. He was also responsible for the tramways from 1899.

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