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Stewart, McLaren and Dunn

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1890. Design for a Great Tower for London, height 1200ft.

Presumably, the partnership of Allan Duncan Stewart., J. M. MacLaren and W. Dunn, of Westminster

1890 For detail of the Tower for London entry see The Engineer 1890/06/27.

Won first prize, of 500 guineas, in the competition for a design for the Wembley Tower. Their design was not adopted, but Sir Benjamin Baker, being subsequently instructed to proceed with the work on a simpler and cheaper plan, associated Mr. Stewart with himself as joint Engineer.


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