Scott Russell may refer to:
- John Scott Russell (1808–1882), known as J. Scott Russell, Scottish naval engineer
- Scott Russell (athlete) (born 1979), male javelin thrower
- Scott Russell (motorcyclist) (born 1964), American motorcycle road racer
- Scott Russell (commentator) (born 1958), commentator for CBC, Hockey Night in Canada and figure skating
- Scott Russell (footballer) (born 1970), Australian football player
- Scott Russell (tenor) (1868–1949), English singer, actor and theatre manager
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... The Scott Russell Aqueduct is an aqueduct carrying the Union Canal over the A720 bypass, west of Edinburgh, Scotland ... It is named after the Scottish naval engineer John Scott Russell who discovered the soliton or solitary wave near Bridge 11 on the Union Canal where a plaque in his memory can be found ...
... Russell Scott (1921–2012), American clown Scott Russell linkage, converts linear motion, to (almost) linear motion in a line perpendicular to the input ...
... should take possession of the ship to avoid it being seized by Scott Russell's creditors ... This caused Scott Russell's bankers to refuse to honour his cheques and foreclose on his assets and on 4 February Scott Russell suspended all payments to his ... Russell's creditors met on 12 February and it was revealed that Russell had liabilities of £122,940 and assets of £100,353 ...
... The first was with Rachel Scott Russell (1845–1882), the daughter of the engineer John Scott Russell ... Sullivan was a frequent visitor at the Scott Russell home in the mid-1860s, and by 1865 the affair was in full bloom ...
Famous quotes containing the words russell and/or scott:
“The mind can weave itself warmly in the cocoon of its own thoughts, and dwell a hermit anywhere.”
—James Russell Lowell (18191891)
“So much symmetry!
Like the pale angle of time
The great shape labored and fell.”
—N. Scott Momaday (b. 1934)