James MacKay Langtry (1894–1971) was a British Technical Advisor who was seconded by the engineering firm Vickers Armstrong to the Spanish naval shipbuilder Sociedad Española de Construcción Naval (SECN), of which it owned a part. He arrived in Ferrol, Spain, in 1919. He defended the colours of the Racing Ferrol Football Club during the 1920s.
- Ferrol City and Naval Station in Northwestern Spain.
- Sociedad Española de Construcción Naval (SECN), Spanish Society for Naval Construction
- Vickers-Armstrong, the Vickers Company was created in 1828 and rebranded in 1927 as "Vickers-Armstrong".
- "British Vice-Consulate at Ferrol": General Correspondence FO 63/1041. The National Archives - Official Web-site (in English)
- "British Vice-Consulate at Ferrol": General Correspondence FO 72/1689. The National Archives - Official Web-site (in English)
- "SPANISH NAVY: Huge Contract in British Hands" (1909) The Manchester Guardian, 1 February 1909, Page 12: Manchester[permanent dead link] <<... Vickers, Armstrong and Brown... it has been determined to put down a new shipyard at Ferrol in Spain... Mr A J Campbell... has been appointed manager of the Ferrol yard... Mr Peter Muir ... has been appointed assistant manager. A considerable number of expert shipbuilders have sign on to go to Spain... there is a reason to believe that employment will be found to some hundreds of British shipbuilders, engineers, electricians, and other tradesmen in the new Spanish yard for several years to come.>> (in English)
- "Langtry". Brief History of the Club. Racing Ferrol and Arsenal Ferrol Football Clubs Association of Former Players - Official Web-site[permanent dead link] (in Spanish)
- "James Langtry". Racing Ferrol Football Club. Supper Football.com.ar - Official Web-site Archived 6 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine (in Spanish)
- "James Langtry". Historia RCF. Federación Peñas Racing Club Ferrol - Official Web-site Archived 11 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine (in Spanish)
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