Blyth

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Len Blyth - Rugby Career
... Blyth was captain of Swansea during the 1951/52 season and led his team against the touring South Africans on 15 December 1951 ... Seven days later, Blyth was awarded his first international cap when he was chosen as a flanker to face the South Africans for the Welsh national team ... Wales were narrowly beaten and Blyth found himself selected for the opening game of the 1952 Five Nations Championship ...
List Of Shipwrecks In 1920 - June - 14 June
... sailing vessel ran aground on the Sow and Pig Sands, in the North Sea off Blyth, Northumberland ... her crew, but was later boarded by some of the crew of the Blyth Lifeboat ... Arkley was refloated and brought into Blyth Harbour ...
Ashington Railway Station - Reopening Proposals
... of restoring passenger services linking Ashington and Blyth with Newcastle Central ... The proposal would not include serving Blyth not by reopening the branch to Blyth, but by building a new station at Newsham ...
Benjamin Blyth
... Benjamin Hall Blyth (14 July 1819 – 21 August 1866) was a Scottish civil engineer ... Blyth was born at St Cuthbert's parish, Edinburgh to Robert Brittain Blyth, an iron merchant, and his wife, Barbara, maiden name Cooper ... Blyth was trained as a railway engineer under an apprenticeship with Grainger Miller, a railway contractor ...
Blyth, Eastman Dillon & Co. - History - Consolidation and Acquisition
... In 1970, Blyth was sold for $55 million to Insurance Corporation of North America, in what was at the time an unusual acquisition by a company outside of the investment banking industry ... Two years later, Blyth Co ... Seven years later, in 1979, Blyth, Eastman, Dillon Co ...