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Rowland Mason Ordish (11 April 1824-1886) was an Englishmarker engineer. He is most noted for his design of the Winter Garden, Dublin 1865 Albert Bridgemarker, a crossing of the River Thames in Londonmarker, completed in 1873, and for his detailed work on the single-span roof of London's St Pancras railway stationmarker.

William Henry Le Feuvre from Jersey (1832? - ?) was a partner with Ordish, and the pair submitted plans for the department store De Gruchy's in St Helier, Jersey.

Born in Melbourne, Derbyshiremarker, Ordish was the son of a land agent and surveyor. In 1858 he patented a system of bridge suspension which he used in the design of bridges across several European rivers such as the Nevamarker at St Petersburgmarker.

His other projects included:


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