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Flannery, Baggallay and Johnson

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Offices were opened in Liverpool in partnership with Mr. E. C. Given, as Flannery and Given, Ltd., and in Rotterdam with Mr. H. B. Gregson, Wh.Sc., as Flannery and Gregson, Ltd.

1906 Upon the death of Sir Edward Reed, Flannery, Baggallay and Johnson, Ltd., were invited to succeed him as consulting engineers and naval architects to the Crown Agents for the Colonies. In connection with this work Sir James Flannery was responsible for the design and construction of a large number of ships for service in tropical climates and for use in the Dominions.

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