Great Design: Linton's Cutty Sark

Nick Garrett Margate & London Traditional Signwriting & Glass Gilding

Hercules Linton

Forenote

It seems strange posting an article about my great, great, great, great, Grandfather, but befitting as I feel I owe much of my design ability in his direction.

Nick Garrett

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Hercules Linton (1 January 1837[1] – 15 May 1900) was a Scottish surveyordesignershipbuilderantiquarian and local councillor, best known as the designer of the Cutty Sark and partner in the yard of Scott and Linton which built her.

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