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Vaughan and Dymond

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of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Structural Engineers and Iron and Steel Merchants

1918 Agents for Walter Scott

1875 Business established by William Steains Vaughan and Arthur D. Wedgwood.

Succeeded by Charles Joseph Dymond and William Amery Vaughan.

1914 Principals: William S. Vaughan M.Inst.C.E., M.I.N.A, Charles Joseph Dymond and William Amery Vaughan.

Business: Structural Designing and Contracting and Iron and Steel Warehousing. Connection: United Kingdom, Europe, South America and India.

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