Ships were built across the region, especially along Tyneside in Jarrow and Wearside in Sunderland and also in smaller ports like Blyth, Whitby and Hartlepool. Professor Peter James Donnelly. Alistair Robert Cunningham. For voluntary and charitable services to the community in the Forest of Dean.
For services to Innovation in the West Midlands. Wallingford, Oxfordshire. Clarke Chapman is next to the A in Gateshead. Edward Michael Grylls. In the post-war boom saw Dorman-Long build a state of the art steelworks at Lackenby and then new blast furnaces at Clay Lane.
The Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle. A man in his 30s was injured and taken to hospital, police said. Robert Wilson first produced sulphuric acid and fertilisers at Urlay Nook near Egglescliffe inbecoming Teesside's first great chemical works. Formerly chief executive The Pensions Regulator.
Archived from the original on 12 December Sir Charles Parsons invented the steam turbine in , and developed an important local company. Pappenberger Professor of Hydrology University of Reading. Archived from the original on 28 March