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of Whiteinch, shipbuilders and steam engine manufacturers
Presumably the same company as T. Wingate and Co
Wingate also designed iron bridges, the first over the Ribble for his cousin, Mr. Wilson, of Whitby Castle, one of the well-known Hull ship-owning family.
The firm supplied their, then new, dredgers to deepen the rivers Clyde and Tees and the Rio de la Plata.
The firm became well-known for making dredgers
For a short time the firm were consultants to Comte Ferdinand de Lesseps in the Suez venture.
Supplied many steamers to the State Line, after its absorption in the Anchor Line.
1866 Launched paddle steamer 'Palmerston' for the Thames 
1870 Engineers, founders and shipbuilders of Whiteinch, Partick
1871 Built a double steam dredger for the port of Dublin
1870s Wingates failed.