The Herald



MORE than 400 guests attended the James Watt Dinner in Glasgow when some of the most famous names in Scottish engineerin­g were honoured. Among the inductees to the Scottish Engineerin­g Hall of Fame were Robert Stevenson, the founder of a family dynasty of lighthouse engineers, and Alexander Graham Bell, who invented the telephone. The event was organised by the Institutio­n of Engineers and Shipbuilde­rs in Scotland and the speaker was Reverend Ian Miller, formerly of Bonhill Church. More than £4,000 was raised in the charity raffle.

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