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Walter Scott and Middleton

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of 28, Victoria Street, London SW1, and Newcastle-on-Tyne. Public Works Contractors

See Thomas Tyson Middleton

Incorporated as a Limited Co. in 1901.

1913 Awarded the contract for widening the London and North Western Railway in North London, from Chalk Farm to Kensal Green tunnel, including a third Primrose Hill tunnel.

1922 Constructions included railways electric tube railways, docks, waterworks, works extensions, factory construction, etc.

1930 The company was one of a group of 6 contractors who had agreed to fund putting a bill through Parliament and obtaining necessary geological information for the Channel Tunnel Co and had agreed to build the British half of the tunnel[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times Jul 01, 1930