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Sir Thomas Bouch
|Born||25 Februar 1822|
Thursby, Cumbria, England
|Dee'd||30 October 1880 (aged 58)|
|Ingineerin discipline||Civil engineer|
|Institution memberships||Institution of Civil Engineers (Associate 1850, Member 1858)|
|Signeeficant projects||Waverley Station, Tay Rail Brig|
Sir Thomas Bouch (25 Februar 1822 – 30 October 1880) wis a Breetish railwey ingineer. He wis born in Thursby, near Cairl, Cumberland, an lived in Edinburgh. As manager o the Edinburgh an Northren Railway he introduced the first roll-on/roll-off train ferry service in the warld. Subsequently as a consulting ingineer, he helped develop the caisson an popularised the uise o lattice girders in railwey brigs. He wis knighted efter the successfu completion o the first Tay Rail Brig, but his name is chiefly remembered for the subsequent Tay Brig disaster, in which 75 fowk are believed tae hae died as a result o defects in design, construction an maintenance, for aw o which Bouch wis held responsible. He died within 18 month o bein knighted, wi his reputation destroyed.