Archibald Milne Hamilton (? - 1972) was a New Zealand-born engineer, notable for building the Hamilton Road through Kurdistan and designing the Hamilton-Callender bridge system. ...more on Wikipedia about "A. M. Hamilton"
Sir Charles William Feilden Hamilton ( July 26, 1899 - March 30, 1978), commonly known as Bill Hamilton, was a New Zealander who developed the modern jetboat. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Hamilton (engineer)"
John Kenton Britten ( August 1, 1950– September 5, 1995) was a New Zealand mechanical engineer who designed a world-record-setting motorcycle with innovative features which were years ahead of contemporary design. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Britten"
Richard William Pearse ( 3 December 1877 – 29 July 1953) was a New Zealand farmer and inventor who experimented with flying machines in the early 20th century. Following such aviation pioneers as Clement Ader and Samuel Pierpont Langley, he is reputed to have flown a powered heavier-than-air machine on 31 March 1903, some nine months before the Wright brothers. The documentary evidence to support such a claim is open to interpretation, however, and he does not appear to have matched the Wrights' ultimate achievement of controlled, and sustained flight. Nevertheless his design was superior and he is one of the true pioneers of flight. ...more on Wikipedia about "Richard Pearse"
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