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Sandeman and Moncrieff

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Engineers, of Newcastle upon Tyne

J. Watt Sandeman and John Mitchell Moncrieff

1897 Engineers for a new Redheugh Bridge in Newcastle, replacing the old one[1]

c.1901 Architects for the buildings of the Neptune Bank Power Station in Newcastle upon Tyne.

1905 After 14 years the partners divided the partnership between themselves, each focussing on the customers with whom they had most connection[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1897/07/09
  2. The Engineer 1906/01/05 p.26