Author: Edmunds, F H
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Edmunds, F H
Mr. R. H. SQUIRE (Member), proposing the hearty thanks of the Institution and of the meeting to the authors, said it had been a very great pleasure to listen to their presentation of it.
Mr. Gower B. R. PIMM (Past-President), proposing a vote of thanks to the author, said it was always beneficial to look backward, although he did not think it necessary to go as far as the fabulous bird which always flew backwards so that it could see where it had been. Nevertheless, it was good to look back and they had learned a lot from the lecture of the wonderful possibilities of cast-iron.
Hydro-Electric development in Scotland, always the cause of considerable controversy and opposition, was established on a new basis by the North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Act, 1943, passed during the war as a non-party measure, to permit the orderly development of hydro electric power in the North of Scotland, as a matter of national interest.
J. Guthrie Brown