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Mill engineers and textile machinery manufacturers of Blackness Foundry, Dundee.
1866 Started on the Burnside Works, Dundee.
From 1867 Blackness Foundry was constructed and used by the company.
1871 Construction/design work for Alexander Low of Hillbank Linen Works, Dundee.
1871 Carried out first phase construction/design work for West Dudhope Mill, Dundee.
1874 Carried out design work for North Dudhope Mill, Dundee.
1876 Construction/design work for Ashton Works - Calender House, Dundee for Sir James Caird.
1880 Carried out second phase construction/design work for West Dudhope Mill, Dundee.
By 1896 had supplied heavy hydraulic mangles to York Street Flax Spinning Co in Belfast.
Urquhart died on 17 April 1891 and Lindsay on 25 April 1897 but the business continued under the same name.
1913 Press packers for East Port Calendar, Dundee.
1916 A. W. Anderson represented the company in The Organisation of Engineering Industries meeting in Glasgow, 1916.
1922 Hydraulic equipment installed at East Port Calender, Dundee.