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National Monuments Record of Wales Archives and Library Bulletin – March 2016

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March 2016


A. J. Parkinson Collection: Cat. Ref. AJPC/01/08
Field notes and/or drawings, produced or collated by Anthony J. Parkinson, relating to sites in Glamorgan:

  • Abergorki Waddle Fan
  • Aberkenfig Woollen Mill
  • Aberpergwm House, Glynneath
  • Aber-Taf Farm Complex, Abercynon
  • Bethel Baptist Chapel, Georgetown
  • Blaen Nant y Gwyddyl Farmstead, Glynneath
  • Bridgend Great Western Railway Station
  • Bryn-Cefflau Outbuildings, Glynneath
  • Bryn Llefrith Farmstead/ Model Farm, Cwmllynfell
  • Caersalem Baptist Chapel, Well Street, Dowlais
  • 6-37 Cambrian Place, Swansea
  • Capel Pantywyll, Park
  • Castell-y-Mynach, Pentyrch
  • 1-23 Church Street, Pentrebach
  • Cyfarthfa Ironworks, Merthyr Tydfil
  • Cwmamman Chapels
  • Cwmllynfell (buildings east of weir)
  • Cyfarthfa Row, Park
  • Derlwyn Mawr, Glynneath
  • Dyffryn House/ Worlton, St. Nicholas and Bonvilston
  • Ebenezer Chapel, Plymouth Street, Merthyr Tydfil
  • Gellionnen Unitarian Chapel, Pontardawe
  • Gwaun Clawdd Circular Byre, Lamb and Flag Farm, Abercraf
  • Horse Street, Dowlais
  • 23-26 Incline Street, Merthyr Tydfil
  • Iron Lane, Georgetown
  • 8 King Street, Merthyr Tydfil
  • Lan, Pontypridd
  • Landore Siemens Steelworks Engine House, Landore
  • Llancarfan
  • Llandaff Bridge
  • Llantwit Major Grange
  • Llwyn-yr-Egwan, Glynneath
  • Llysworney/ Great House, Llandow
  • Neath Railway Station
  • Neath Town
  • New Mansion, Rudry
  • Old National School and House, Treherbert
  • Pandy, Pontardulais
  • 2-6 Poplar Cottages, Merthyr Tydfil
  • Royal Institution of South Wales, Swansea
  • Rhydcar, Merthyr Tydfil
  • St. Brynach’s Church, Llanfrynach
  • Tabernacle Welsh Independent Chapel, Adare Street, Bridgend
  • The Squares, Abercanaid
  • The Triangle, Pentre Bach
  • Tramroad Side, Georgetown
  • Treforest Tinplate Works
  • Union Ironworks, Rhymney
  • 53-56 Well Street, Dowlais

A. J. Parkinson Collection: Cat. Ref. AJPC/01/09
Field notes and/or drawings, produced or collated by Anthony J. Parkinson, relating to sites in Merioneth:

  • All Saint’s Church, Llangar
  • Alwen Sawmill
  • Arthog Hall/ Arthog Hotel
  • Barmouth Railway Signal Box
  • Braich Goch Slate Works
  • Brigands Inn/ Bury Hotel/ Peniarth Arms, Mallwyd
  • Bryneglwys Slate Quarry
  • Bryn Brith, Corwen
  • Cefn Caer, Pennal
  • Cwm Farm, Cwm Cynfal
  • Dolammarch, Llanfihangel-y-Pennant
  • Esgair Weddan, Pennal
  • Felin Ty-n-y-Nant/ Melin Tyddyn Du, Gellilydan
  • Glan-y-Wern/ Rectory, Arthog Ficeroy
  • Gwynfynydd Gold Mine, Ganllwyd
  • Hendwr Barn, Llandrillo
  • Hengwrt House and Castell Cymmer, Llanelltyd
  • Llanuwchllyn Railway Station, Bala Lake Railway
  • Llwyn Onn, Llandderfel
  • Pandy Dolobran, Mawddwy
  • St Cadfan’s Well, Tywyn
  • St. Derfil’s Church Lych Gate, Llandderfel
  • Tai’r Felin, Llandderfel
  • Trawscoed, Llanuwchllyn
  • Ty Cerrig, Llangywer
  • Ty Hwnt i’r Nant, Mallwyd

A.J. Parkinson Collection: Cat. Ref. AJPC/01/10
Field notes and/or drawings, produced or collated by Anthony J. Parkinson, relating to sites in Monmouthshire:

  • Abercwmeiddaw Quarry
  • Allt-y-Bela, Llangwm
  • 5 Bank Street/ Parfitt’s Shop, Chepstow
  • Bell Inn, Caerleon
  • Berllandeg, Llanhennock Fawr
  • Bryn Seion, Tafarnau Bach
  • Butchers Arms, Frogmore Street, Abergavenny
  • Caldicot Castle
  • Castle View Farm, Raglan
  • Celynnin, Llangybi
  • Chapel, Llanellen
  • Chapel House Tithe Barn, Abergavenny
  • Church Farmhouse, Caldicot / Llantony Secunda Manor
  • Church House, Kemeys Commander
  • Cnwc Farmstead, Abercarn
  • Coed-y-Ridder, Pontllanfraith
  • Cottage WNW of Ysgubor Kemeys, Caerwent
  • Court Farmhouse, Rogiet
  • Cross Keys Inn, Usk
  • 46 Cross Street, Abergavenny
  • Cymmerau/ Cwmerra, llantilio Crossenny
  • Dolkins Wood Cottage/ Yew Tree Cottage, Caerwent
  • Ebenezer Baptist Chapel, The Square, Magor, Newport
  • Ford Farmhouse, Magor Road, Langstone
  • 35 and 37 Four Ash Street/ Whitefriars Cottage, Usk
  • 10 and 10A Frogmore Street, Abergavenny
  • Garn Fach/ Lower Garn, Llanhennock
  • Graig Olway, Usk
  • Grayhill Duck-nests, Caerwent
  • Great Birches, Grosmont
  • Great Bulmore Farm, Caerleon
  • Great Dinham Barn, Caerwent
  • Great Dinham Stable, Caerwent
  • Great House, Caerwent
  • Gwynfynydd Gold Mine, Ganllwyd
  • Hillgrove, Llanarth
  • Hill Barn, Caerwent
  • Howell’s House, Nash and Sons Shop
  • Kilpale Cottages, Caerwent
  • Limekiln SW of Littlewood, Caerwent
  • Little Bulmore Farmstead, Caerleon
  • Little Dinham, Caerwent
  • Little Ton, Llanarth
  • Llananant Farm/ Penallt, Trellech United
  • Lower Llanmelin Barn and Byre, Caerwent
  • Lower Trefedw, Crucorney Fawr
  • Manor Farm/ Crick Manor Farm, Caerwent
  • Manor Farm, Rogiet
  • Manor House Cottage, Caerwent
  • 11-23 Market Street, Abergavenny
  • 41 Monmow Street, Monmouth
  • Nant-Gam Uchaf/ Nant Gau Uchaf, Crumlin
  • Nant-y-Carnau, Crucorney Fawr
  • Old Campston, Grosmont
  • Old Farm, Cwmllwydro
  • Penrhiw-Lech, Llanhilleth
  • Pentre, Grosmont
  • Pentre Old House, Llanfoist Fawr
  • Penyclawdd Court, Llanfihangel Crucorney
  • Piercefield Ruins, St. Arvans
  • Pistyll, Mitchel Troy
  • Pwll, Tregare
  • Rhyswg-Fach Longhouse, Abercarn
  • Rock Farm House / Rock and Fountain Inn, Llanvaches
  • St. Martin’s Church, Cwmyoy
  • St. Stephen’s Church, Caerwent
  • Swffryd Ganol/ Swffryd Cottage, Llanhilleth
  • The Grange, Llangattock-vibon-avel
  • The Rectory, New Inn
  • The Tannery, 13 High Street, Chepstow
  • Town Farm, Grosmont
  • Tregrug Barn, Llangybi
  • Tre-Owen House, Mitchel Troy
  • Ty Canol, Oldcastle
  • Ty-Pwll, Cefn-Crib
  • Upper Talyfan, Mitchel Troy
  • Wern, Tredunnock
  • Wern-Ddu, Llantilio Pertholey
  • Whitewall Brake Limekiln, Caerwent
  • Ysgubor Fach Byre, Caerleon

A.J. Parkinson Collection: Cat. Ref. AJPC/01/11
Field notes and/or drawings, produced or collated by Anthony J. Parkinson, relating to sites in Montgomeryshire:

  • Aberangell Corn and Sawmill
  • Belan Limekilns, Shropshire Union Canal, Montgomeryshire Canal
  • Cefn-y-Mynach Barn, Kerry
  • Felin Rhisglog Mill Site, Cadfarch
  • Hollies Storage Buildings, Montgomery
  • Leighton Estate, Cilcewydd
  • 80-88 Maengwyn Street, Machynlleth
  • New Mill/ Carno Mill, Carno
  • Plas Machynlleth, Machynlleth
  • Royal House, 13 Pen-yr-Allt Street, Machynlleth
  • Rhyd Hir, Llanfyllin
  • Ty Coch Talwrn, Llanfechain
  • Upper Hem, Forden
  • Whitebridge Sawmill, Welshpool

Emergency Recording Collection
Plans, received in the course of Emergency Recording, relating to:

  • Nannau, Dolgellau
  • Odeon Cinema, Sketty
  • Palace Cinema, Risca, Newport
  • Pen y Fal Hospital/ Abergavenny Asylum
  • Priory Tithe Barn, Abergavenny
  • Upper Tre-Rhiw Barn, Llantilio Crossenny

General Information Collection: Cat. Ref. GCCM2/019
Memoir, in Welsh, ‘Tinplate working at Kidwelly and Brynaman’: not dated.

Investigators Digital Photography
Digital photographic surveys relating to:

  • Memorial plaque at Crown Building, Plas Crug, Aberystwyth: 2015
  • Burnt Mound, Pant Ffosyrhebog: 2015 and 2016
  • Picnic Table, Duke’s Table, Cefn Pwll-Coch, Mynydd Llangtwg: 2016
  • Duke’s Table, Trefil, Tredegar: 2016

Investigators Photographs
Photographic surveys relating to:

  • North Wales Counties Hospital Complex, Denbigh: 1995
  • Town Hall, Pontypridd: 1995
  • Trevor Hall Farm Buildings, Trevor Isaf, Llangollen: 1995

NMR Site Files

  • Descriptive account, and black and white photographs, relating to Pentre Padarn Old House, Llangeithio: 1988
  • Photo survey of Swansea workingmen’s Club and Institute: 1996
  • Photo survey of Trefalen Farm, Bosherston: 1996
  • Black and white photographs relating to a thatched cottage at Cefn Penarth Farm: not dated
  • Black and white photographs relating to Cardigan Union Workhouse: 1927-1950
  • Descriptive account, plan, and black and white photos, relating to Deri Odwyn, Llangeithio: 1988

Proposed Gwent County Hall and Police Headquarters Collection: Cat. Ref. PGCH
Documents relating to the proposed County Hall and Police Headquarters at Croesyceiliog, Cwmbran.

Covering dates: 1973-2011


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Benton, Charlotte; Victoria and Albert Museum. 2015. Art dec : 1910 – 1939. London, V&A Publishing.

Bowden, Mark et al. 2015. The Stonehenge landscape. Swindon, Historic England.

Borrow, George Henry. 1862. Wild Wales: the people, language and scenery. London, Century, 1984.

Breeze, D.; Jones, R. H. ; Oltean, I. A. (eds). 2015. Understanding Roman frontiers: a celebration for Professor Bill Hanson. Edinburgh, John Donald.

Brewer, Cynthia A. 2005. Designing better maps: a guide for GIS users. Redlands, ESRI Press.

Brown, K.; Morris, J. H.; Sanchez, A. A. P.; Critchley, M. 2005.Interpreting the ruins of Cornish design engine houses. Weardale, Europamines.

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Ancient Monuments Society Transactions vol. 60 (2016)

Ancient Monuments Society/Friends of Friendless Churches Newsletter no. 01/2016 (Winter-Spring)

Below! no. 2016.1 (Spring 2016)

Brycheiniog vol. 47 (2016)

C20: The magazine of the Twentieth Century Society no. 1/2016

Ceredigion vol. 17 no. 3 (2015)

Chapels Society Newsletter no. 61 (January 2016)

Current Archaeology no. 313 (April 2016)

Diver, magazine of the British Sub-Aqua Club [formerly Triton], incomplete run 1978 – 1992 [donation]

Dredged Up from the Past: Archaeology Finds Reporting Service Newsletter nos. 12-17 (2013-2015) [donation]

Etifeddiaeth y Cymry rh. 62 (Gwanwyn 2016)

Focus [Historic Environment Scotland technical conservation journal], 2016 issue

The Gower Society Newsletter, Spring 2016

Heritage in Wales no. 62 (Spring 2016)

The Historic Environment Policy & Practice, most issues 2012-2015 [donation]

Institute of Historic Building Conservation Yearbook 2016

Past: The Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society no. 82 (Spring 2016)

Pembrokeshire Life (March 2016)

Railway and Canal Historical Society Bulletin no. 460 (March-April 2016)

Railway and Canal Historical Society Journal vol. 38 pt. 7 no. 225 (March 2016)

Subaqua Scene, almost complete run 1984-1989 [donation]

Triton, magazine of the British Sub-Aqua Club [later Diver], 3 issues from 1976 and complete year 1977 [donation]

The Victorian no. 51 (March 2016)

Welsh Mills Society Newsletter no. 123 (April 2016)

Welsh Railways Research Circle Newsletter no. 146 (March 2016)

Journals Current Awareness

Ancient Monuments Society/Friends of Friendless Churches Newsletter no. 01/2016, p. 5: in ‘The National Scene’, comment on the Historic Environment (Wales) Bill [‘generally it is a Good Thing’]; p. 6 ff.: ‘The National Ancient Monuments Review’ mentions the following Welsh sites: St. Martin and All Angels, Castlemartin, Pembs.; St. Mary’s Llanfair Kilgeddin, Monms.; p. 10 ff., Casework section: Gwynedd Council gives go-ahead for demolition of 390 High Street, Bangor; application to rebuild Keeperes Cottage, Rhoose, is withdrawn; Eglwys Crist, Abergele conversion ‘welcomed in principle’ by the Society; Capel Tabernacl, Chapel Street, Conwy: amendments to conversion plan proposed are ‘broadly acceptable’; St. Cynfarwy’s Church (Grade II), Llechcynfarwy, Anglesey: society ‘absolutely appalled’ that a 12th century font is to be retained during conversion as a ‘washstand basin’ – will it be ‘fitted with taps and a u-bend’? Other elements of the plan were also of concern; St. Ffraid’s Llansantffraed, Monms. – concern at proposed removal of pews; Ty Capel, Rhoscolyn, Anglesey: old porch to be reinstated, a preferable option to erecting a new one; p. 24 ff.: ‘HLF-funded schemes completed’ section also mentions several Welsh sites.

Brycheiniog vol. 47, p. 161: Review, by Chris Cox, of Above Brecknock by Chris Musson and Toby Driver

Ceredigion vol. 17 no. 3, p. 1: ‘A North Ceredigion Charcoal Industry’ by John Wiles [former colleague]; p. 73: ‘Promoting horticulture before 1920: The North Cardiganshire Horticultural Society (1894-1905)’ by Stephen Briggs [ditto]

Current Archaeology no. 313, p. 7, ‘News in brief’ section: ‘Protecting Wales’ past’ [note on the Historic Environment (Wales) Bill]; p. 48: regular ‘From the trowel’s edge’ column by the Royal Commission’s Secretary, Christopher Catling, this month about secrets hidden in OS maps, cartographers’ (deliberate) mistakes, TV series Detectorists (good) and Battlefield Recovery (bad), Abraham Darby’s blast furnaces, and Neil McGregor’s retirement.

Focus, p. 4: ‘New lead body for the historic environment’ [creation of Historic Environment Scotland by merging Historic Scotland and RCAHMS]

Past: The Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society no. 82, p. 3: ‘Prehistoric prospection for copper near the source of the River Severn, Plynlimon, Wales’ by Simon Timberlake and Early Mines Research Group

Pembrokeshire Life, p. 23: ‘Skomer’s secret history’ [Dr. Toby Driver to talk about Skomer’s archaeology in light of the recent excavations]

The Victorian no. 51, p. 24, Casework section, Wales and the Midlands mentions two Welsh sites: Custom House (1845, Grade II listed) and adjoining York Hotel (1890) in Cardiff (threat of demolition and redevelopment behind partially-retained facades); Bangor Railway Institute (application to demolish rejected but building still under threat) Welsh Mills Society Newsletter no. 123, p. 3: ‘Editorial – a bill to make history’ comments on the Historic Environment (Wales) Bill.

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