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Blyth and Westland

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New Glasgow Bridge. Blyth and Westland, engineers

of Edinburgh

1896 Mr Cunningham retired from Cunningham, Blyth and Westland and the firm became Blyth and Westland

1899 New Glasgow Bridge.

Mr. Blyth and Mr. Westland were the sole partners of the company until Mr. Blyth's nephew, Mr. B. Hall Blyth, junior, joined them in 1910. Mr. Westland retired from business in 1913.

The business became Blyth and Blyth.

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