Royal Commission Archive & Library Bulletin of Newly Catalogued Material – August 2018

Welcome to the latest monthly edition of the National Monuments Record of Wales (NMRW) Archives and Library Bulletin which lists all newly catalogued material. The archival items, library books and journal articles are all available to view in our public reading room. The full archive catalogue is available on Coflein and contains digital copies of many of the items listed. All publications may be found on our online Library Catalogue.

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Monday – Friday 09.30 – 16.00,
Wednesday 10.30 – 16.30.
An appointment is advisable.

Archives

Attilio Conti and his brothers, Alf and Jack, outside the first Conti's cafe in Ystradgynlais. Ref. No. DI2008_0551 C.528019 NPRN: 407755

Attilio Conti and his brothers, Alf and Jack, outside the first Conti’s cafe in Ystradgynlais.
Ref. No. DI2008_0551 C.528019 NPRN: 407755

 

Buildings of Wales Glamorgan and Gwent Publications Archive: Ref. No. BWGG
The collection comprises: hand written notes on buildings and sites in the parishes with references and information extracted from ‘The Builder’; correspondence between John Newman and various Councils, clerics and individual owners; newspaper articles; photocopied extracts from journals, booklets and pamphlets. All gathered, or created, in the course of the production of the publication Buildings of Wales: Glamorgan (1995) and Buildings of Wales: Gwent (2000). Mainly ordered by parish.
Covering dates: 1990-2000

Cadw Scheduled Ancient Monument 35mm Negatives: Ref. No. CSAM
Set of 35mm negatives, and associated log sheets, relating to images of Scheduled Ancient Monuments taken by Cadw Inspectorate and Field Monument Wardens.
Covering dates: 2005-

Dyfed Archaeological Trust Aerial Photography Collection: Ref. No. DATAP
Set of photographic negatives of aerial photography produced by Dyfed Archaeological Trust; accompanied by contact prints and scanned copies with relevant metadata.
Covering dates: 1984-1995

Dyfed Archaeological Trust HER Maps: Ref. No. DATM
Set of digitised annotated 1:25000 and 1:10000 Ordnance Survey maps, with hand-written map overlays, accompanied by map lists, covering Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire.
Covering dates: 1975-2000

General Digital Donations Collection: Ref. No. DD2018_012
Building Survey and Photographic Record relating to Custom House, Cardiff, produced by Turley Heritage.
Covering dates: 2018

Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Projects Archive
Project archives relating to archaeological activities at:

Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Reports: Ref. No. GAT11
Report relating to a post excavation assessment of Parc Cybi, Holyhead
Covering dates: 2011

Investigators’ Digital Photography
Photographic surveys relating to:

Nancy Edwards Collection: Ref. No. NEC
Research and publication notes compiled by Nancy Edwards in the course of production of the publications A Corpus of Early Medieval Inscribed Stones and Stone Sculptures in Wales Vol. II (S.W. Wales) and Vol. III (N. Wales).
Covering dates: 1998 – 2018

Paul Courtney Excavation Records: Ref. No. PCER
Excavation records relating to Tintern, Usk, and other sites. Comprising: notes, site drawings and slides, produced by Paul Courtney in the 1970’s. The excavations were funded and subsequently published by Dept of Environment/ Welsh Office.
Covering dates: 1970-1979

RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs: Ref. No. AP2018_139 to AP2018_259
Oblique aerial photograph relating to various sites in Wales.
Covering dates: 2015

RCAHMW Uplands Initiative West Merthyr Tydfil Survey Archive: Ref. No. WMT
Digital archive from the Uplands Survey Project survey of West Merthyr Tydfil, carried out by Cambrian Archaeological Projects Ltd. Comprises: finished report, maps, and data tables.
Covering dates: 1999-2000

Tucker Collection: Ref. No. DGT
Collection of notes, slides, maps, drawings, extracts, deeds, papers, articles and transcripts, all collected or produced by former Royal Commissioner D. G. Tucker and his wife, Mary. Records include: notes and drafts on the Pembrokeshire slate industry, material concerning the Francis Papers (about Cardiganshire mines) Teme Mills, Radnorshire Mills, records concerning the Druid’s Inn Papers, and miscellaneous material on various sites and topics, mainly industrial, as well as miscellaneous slides.
Covering dates: 1982-1987

 

Tall ship from the Milford Haven Regatta, off West Jetty, South Hook Point, 2008. Ref. No. AP_2008_1412 C.901643 NPRN: 34312

Tall ship from the Milford Haven Regatta, off West Jetty, South Hook Point, 2008.
Ref. No. AP_2008_1412 C.901643 NPRN: 34312

 

Books

  • Ashton, Nicholas. 2017. Early humans. London: William Collins.
  • Cadw. 1987. Castles and historic places [set of five: Anglesey, North, Mid, West and South Wales]. Cardiff: Cadw.
  • Central Housing Advisory Committee: 1948. The appearance of housing estates: report of the sub-committee on the means of improving the appearance of local authority housing estates. London: H.M.S.O.
  • Cherry, Gordon E. Town planning in Britain since 1900. Blackwell Publishers Ltd.: Oxford.
  • Cooke, R.A. 23018. Gazetteer of the coal mines of South Wales & Monmouthshire from 1854. Lydney: Lightmoor Press.
  • Crampin, Martin. 2018. Stained glass at the church of St. Peter, Carmarthen. Aberystwyth: Sulien Books.
  • Cryer, N.B. 1990. Masonic halls of North Wales. Shepperton: Lewis Masonic.
  • Discovering Old Welsh Houses. 2018. Cwm Maethlon, Tywyn (Happy Valley): A history of the valley and five of its houses. Discovering Old Welsh Houses.
  • Eames, Aled. 2016. The captain’s wife. Llanrwst: Gwasg Carreg Gwalch.
  • Elias, Twm and Meirion, Dafydd. Smugglers of Wales. Llanrwst: Gwasg Carreg Gwalch.
  • Ferris, Tom. Lost lines of Wales: Vale of Neath. Llanelli: Graffeg.
  • Ferris, Tom. Lost lines of Wales: Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth. Llanelli: Graffeg.
  • Ferris, Tom. Lost lines of Wales: the Mid Wales line. Llanelli: Graffeg.
  • Jones, R.Tudor. 2004. Congregationalism in Wales (part photocopy pages 68 – 353). Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  • Lewis, J.M. 1966? Some medieval pottery from Cardiff. Cardiff: Cardiff Naturalists Society.
  • Powers, Alan. 2004. The twentieth century house in Britain: from the archives of Country Life. London: Aurum.
  • Richards, Maurice. 1993. A history of Newtown. Welshpool: The Powysland Club.
  • Saleem, Shahed. 2018. The British mosque: an architectural and social history. Swindon: Historic England.
  • Taylor, James. 2016. Dazzle: disguise and disruption in war and art. Oxford: Poole of London.
  • Williams, C.J. 2002. Nantclwyd house, Ruthin: a preliminary history for Denbighshire County Council. Wrexham: C.J. Williams.
  • Williams, Howell. 1948? The romance of the forward movement of the Presbyterian Church of Wales. Denbigh: Gee & Son.
  • Worpole, Ken. 2000. Here comes the sun: architecture and public space in twentieth-century European culture. London: Reaktion Books.
  • Yeo, Geoffrey. 2018. Records, information and data: exploring the role of record-keeping in an information culture. London: Facet Publishing.

Offprints from the Vernacular Architecture Group Library

  • Aalen, F.H.A. 1984. Vernacular buildings in Cephalonia, Ionian Islands, Greece, off print from Journal of Cultural Geography Volume 4:2, pp. 56 – 72. Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA : Oklahoma State University.
  • Alcock, N.W. 1962. Houses in an East Devon parish, off print from Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art Volume XCIV, pp. 185 – 232. Torquay: Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.
  • Alcock, N.W. 1963. Devonshire linhays: a vernacular tradition, off print from Transactions of Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art Volume XCV, pp. 117 – 130. Torquay: Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.
  • Alcock, N.W. 1966. The medieval buildings of Bishop’s Clyst, off print from Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art Volume XCVIII, pp. 132 – 153. Torquay: Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.
  • Alcock, N.W. 1966. A Devon farm: Bury Barton, Lapford, off print from Transactions of Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art Volume XCVIII, pp. 105 – 131. Torquay: Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.
  • Alcock, N.W. 1968. Devon farm houses – Part 1, off print from Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art Volume 100, pp. 13 – 27. Torquay: Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.
  • Alcock, N.W. 1969.  Devonshire farm houses Part II, off print from Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art Volume 101, pp.83 – 106. Torquay: Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.
  • Alcock, N. W. 1967-70. Unusual late medieval “urban” houses in Kenilworth, off print from Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society Volume 84, pp. 182 – 185. Oxford: Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society.
  • Alcock, N.W. 1969. Timber-framed buildings in north Bedfordshire, off print from Bedfordshire Archaeological Journal Volume IV, pp. 43 – 74. Bedford: Bedfordshire Archaeological Council.
  • Alcock , N.W., .Braithwaite, J.G. and Jeffs, M.W. 1971-73. Timber-framed buildings in Warwickshire: Stoneleigh village, off print from Transactions of the Birmingham Archaeological Society Volume 85, pp. 178 – 202. : Oxford: Birmingham Archaeological Society.
  • Alcock, N.W., Child, P. and Laithwaite, M. 1972. Sanders, Lettaford. A Devon long-house, off print from Proceedings of the Devon Archaeological Society No. 30, pp.227 – 233. Exeter: Devon Archaeological Society.
  • Alcock, N.W. and Hulland, C. 1972. Devonshire farm houses Part IV: some medieval houses in East and North Devon, off print from Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art Volume 104, pp. 35 – 56. [Devon?] Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.
  • Alcock, N.W. 1974. Stiniel…Chagford, off print from Devon Life, March – April, 1974, pp. 26-29. [Devon?].
  • Alcock, N.W. 1981. Coventry Streets: West Orchard and the Sherborne development and topography, 1600-1940, off print from Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society Volume 91, pp. 84 – 116. : Birmingham: Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society.
  • Alcock, N.W. 1996. Innovation and conservatism: the development of Warwickshire houses in the late 17th and 18th centuries, off print from Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society Volume 100, pp. 133 – 154. Birmingham: Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society.
  • Alcock, N.W. and Woodward, P.J. [?].  Cruck-framed buildings in Bedfordshire, off print from Bedfordshire Archaeological Council Journal Volume 10, pp. 51 – 68. Bedford: Bedfordshire Archaeological Council.
  • Alfieri, Bernard. 1961.  Cottages of old England, off print from British Journal Photographic Almanac, pp. 130 – 140. London.
  • Andrews, D.D.  1997. Historic buildings, notes and surveys 1996, off print from Essex Archaeology and History Volume 28, pp. 228 – 248. Colchester: Essex Archaeological Society.
  • Andrews, D.D.  1998. Historic buildings, notes and surveys 1997, off print from Essex Archaeology and History Volume 29, pp. 216 – 245. Colchester: Essex Archaeological Society.
  • Andrews, D.D.  1999. Historic buildings reports 1998, off print from Essex Archaeology and History Volume 30, pp. 232 – 249. Colchester: Essex Archaeological Society.
  • Andrews, D.D.  2000. Historic buildings notes and surveys 1999, off print from Essex Archaeology and History Volume 31, pp. 233 – 253. Colchester: Essex Archaeological Society.
  • Andrews, D.D.  2001. Historic buildings notes and surveys, off print from Essex Archaeology and History Volume 32, pp. 267 – 286. Colchester: Essex Archaeological Society.
  • Andrews, D.D. 2002.  Historic buildings notes and surveys, off print from Essex Archaeology and History Volume 33, pp. 414 – 442. Colchester: Essex Archaeological Society.
  • Andrews, Francis B. 1931.  Further notes on the medieval builder, off print from Transactions of the Birmingham Archaeological Society Volume 55, pp. 1 – 10. Oxford: Birmingham Archaeological Society.
  • Bailey, J.M. [?]. Rowe’s cottage: a “Wealden” house in Little Barford, Bedfordshire, off print from Bedfordshire Archaeological Council Journal, Volume [?] pp.85 – 98. Bedford: Bedfordshire Archaeological Council.
  • Bailey, John. 2001. The development of the medieval buildings adjoining the abbey at Elstow, off print from Bedfordshire Archaeology Volume 24, pp. 57 – 75. Bedford:  Bedfordshire Archaeological Council.
  • Bans, J.C. and Gaillard-Bans, P. 1981. L’archeologie de l’architecture vernaculaire Bretonne: questions d’orientation et de methodes (I), off print from Archéologie en Bretagne, Volume 31, pp. 49 – 66. Brest: Archéologie en Bretagne.
  • Brunskill, Ronald. 1983. Vernacular architecture: a review of recent literature, off print from Architectural History, Volume 26, pp. 105 – 112.
  • Buxton, David. 1975. Wooden churches of Eastern Europe, off print from The Architectural Review, pp. 41 – 50.
  • Chesher, Frank. 1967. The late medieval house at Colquite, St. Mabyn, off print from Cornish Archaeology No. 6, pp. 57 – 64. Camborne: Cornwall Archaeological Society.
  • David R.G. 1981. The ice-houses of Cumbria, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXXI, pp. 137 – 155. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • David, R.G. 1982. An ice-house experiment, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXXII, pp. 191 – 193. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Dixon, Philip. 1971. Paddock Hole: a Cumberland house with a lower-end parlour, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXI, pp. 139 – 150. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Gailey, Alan. 1981. Three houses with outshot in North Louth and South Armagh, off print from Journal of the County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society Volume XX No. 1, pp. 3 – 9.  Dundalk: County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society.
  • Gaillard-Bans, Patricia. 1980. A propos du concept de “maison-longue”: le mot et la chose, off print from Archéologie en Bretagne, Volume 27, pp. 45 – 49. Brest:  Archéologie en Bretagne.
  • Higgins, Martin and Martin, Janet D. 1986. An early 17th century cruck barn in Great Langdale, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXXVI, pp. 141 – 144. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Hutton, Barbara. 1984. Aisles to outshots, off print from Archaeological papers from York presented to M.W. Barley, ed. P.V. Addyman & V.E. Black, York: York Archaeological Trust.
  • Jones, B.C. 1983. Carlisle Brickmakers and Bricklayers, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXXIII, pp. 125 – 129. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Jones B.C. 1986. House building in Carlisle in the Middle Ages, off-print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXXVI, pp. 101 – 108. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Lawrence, Roderick J. 1982. Domestic space and society: a cross-cultural study, off print from Comparative Studies in Society and History Volume 24 No. 1, pp. 104 – 130. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Lerche, Grith. 1969. Bondernes Boliger, chapter from book, Dagligliv i Danmark, ed. by Axel Steensberg, pp. 551 – 584. Copenhagen: Nordisk Forl Arnold Busck.
  • Lerche, Grith. 1971. Landsbyen I Opbrud, chapter from book, Dagligliv i Danmark ed. by Axel Steensberg , pp. 529 – 560. Copenhagen: Nordisk Forl Arnold Busck.
  • Lucas, A.T. 1956. Wattle and straw door mats in Ireland, off print from Arctica. Studia Ethnographica Upsaliensis Volume XI, pp.16 – 35. Upsala:  Almqvist & Wicksell.
  • McCann, John. 1979.  A deserted hamlet at Takeley, off print from Essex Countryside, pp. 40 – 41.
  • McCann, John and Scott, Douglas. 1987.  Tollesbury Hall, Tollesbury, a thirteenth-century manor house, off print from Essex Archaeology and History Volume 18, pp. 53 – 62. Colchester: Essex Archaeological Society.
  • McCann, John. 1987. The first cottage of clay bats? off print from Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society Volume LXXVI, pp.113 – 121. : Cambridge: Cambridge Antiquarian Society.
  • McCann, John and Robins, Kenneth. 1994. The dovecote of Berechurch Hall, Colchester, off print from Essex Archaeology and History Volume 25, pp. 285 – 288. Colchester: Essex Archaeological Society.
  • McCann, John. 1995. The conservation of historic dovecotes, off print from Journal of Architectural conservation, Volume 1 (No. 2, July 1995).
  • McCann, John. 1996. Dovecote design down the ages, off print from Farming and Conservation Volume 2, issue no. 3, pp. 12 – 15. Kenilworth: Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group.
  • McCann, John. 1996. A history of rats and farm building design, off print from Farming and Conservation Volume 2, pp. 28 – 31. Kenilworth: Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group.
  • Meirion-Jones, Gwyn I. 1971. The domestic buildings of Odiham, Hampshire, off print from Folk Life Volume 9, pp. 108 – 134. Cardiff: Society for Folk Life Studies.
  • Meirion-Jones, Gwyn I. 1972.  The domestic buildings of Selborne, off print from Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society Volume 29, pp. 5 – 27. Winchester: Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society.
  • Meirion-Jones, Gwyn I. 1979. Un problème d’évolution de la maison bretonne: Le foyer ouvert, off print from Archéologie en Bretagne, Volume 20-21, pp. 18-26. Brest: Archéologie en Bretagne.
  • Meirion-Jones, Gwyn I. 1980. La Maison Longue en Bretagne, off print from Archéologie en Bretagne, Volume 26, pp. 41-57. Brest: Archéologie en Bretagne.
  • Meirion-Jones, Gwyn I. 1980.  La Maison-longue en Bretagne (II), off print from Archéologie en Bretagne, Volume 27, pp. 31 – 44. Brest: Archéologie en Bretagne.
  • Meirion-Jones, Gwyn I. 1981.  La Maison-longue en Bretagne (III), off print from Archéologie en Bretagne, Volume 29, pp. 49 – 67. Brest: Archéologie en Bretagne.
  • Meirion-Jones, Gwyn I. 1981.  La maison et le kuz gwele en Bretagne, off print from Archéologie en Bretagne, Volume 29, pp. 57 – 83. Brest: Archéologie en Bretagne.
  • Meirion-Jones, Gwyn I. 1982. L’architecture vernaculaire en Bretagne. Introduction et bibliographie, off print from Archéologie en Bretagne, Volume 33-34, pp. 61 – 78. Brest: Archéologie en Bretagne.
  • Meirion-Jones. G.I. 1983. The Wakes, Selborne: an architectural study, off print from Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society Volume 39, pp. 145 – 169. Winchester: Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society.
  • Messenger, P. 1975. Lowther farmstead plans: a preliminary survey, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXV, pp. 327 – 351. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Nicholson, R.P. de B. 1965. The tithe barn of St. Sampson’s Cricklade, off print from Cricklade Historical Society Bulletin No. 2, pp. 4 – 6. Cricklade: Cricklade Historical Society.
  • Ó Danachair, Caoimhín. 1956. Irish Farmyard Types, off print from Arctica : essays presented to Åke Campbell, 1,5,1956, eds. Arne Furumark et al. Uppsala : Almquist & Wiksells.
  • Ó Danachair, Caoimhín. 1964. The combined byre-and-dwelling in Ireland, off print from Folk Life Volume 2, pp. 58 – 75. Cardiff: Society for Folk Life Studies.
  • Ó Danachair, Caoimhin. 1966/67. Some notes on traditional house types in County Kildare, off print from Journal of the County Kildare Archaeological Society, pp. 234 – 246. Dublin: County Kildare Archaeological Society.
  • Tonkin, J.W. 1965. The recording of vernacular architecture in Cornwall, off print from Cornish Archaeology No. 4, pp. 51 – 64. Camborne: Cornwall Archaeological Society.
  • Tyson, Blake. 1978. The Cragg, Troutbeck and the Otley family: a building project and its social setting in 18th century Westmorland, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXVIII, pp. 105 – 120. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Tyson, Blake. 1979. Low Park Barn, Rydal: the reconstruction of a farm building in Westmorland in the seventeenth century, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXIX, pp. 85 – 97. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Tyson, Blake. 1980. Rydal Hall farmyard: the development of a Westmorland farmstead before 1700, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXX, pp. 113 – 129. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Tyson, Blake. 1981. Skirwith Hall and Wilton Tenement (Kirkland Hall): the rebuilding of two Cumbrian farmsteads in the eighteenth century, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXXI, pp. 93 – 112. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Tyson, Blake. 1982. Some traditional buildings in the Troutbeck Valley: a documentary study, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXXII, pp. 151 – 176. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Tyson, Blake. 1983. Building work at Sockbridge Hall, its farmyard and neighbourhood, 1610-1710, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXXIII, pp. 108 – 124. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Tyson, Blake. 1984. The Troutbeck Park Slate Quarries, their Management and Markets, 1753-1760, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXXIV, pp. 167 – 190. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Tyson, Blake. 1985. Two Appleby Houses in the 18th century: A Documentary Study, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXXV, pp.193 – 218. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Tyson, Blake.  1987. Oak for the Navy: A Case Study, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXXVII, pp. 117 – 126. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Tyson, Blake. 1988. Two Post-mills at Whitehaven in the 17th Century, off print from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXXVIII, pp.177 – 191. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Winchester, Angus J.L. 1984.  Peat Storage Huts in Eskdale, offprint from Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume LXXXIV, pp.103 – 115. Carlisle: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society.
  • Zimmermann, W.Haio. 1998. La Cartographie de phosphates au service de l’archéologie de l’habitat, Chapter from book, La Prospection, ed. Michel Dabas, Henri Delétang, Alain Ferdière, Cécile Jung and W.Haio Zimmermann,  pp. 207 – 225. Paris: Collection Archéologiques.

 

Mumbles Railway [undated]. Ref. No. DI2017_2122 C.627735 NPRN: 34832Mumbles Railway [undated].
Ref. No. DI2017_2122 C.627735 NPRN: 34832

 

Journals

  • Archaeology Ireland Volume 32, No.1, Issue 123 Spring and Volume 32, No. 2, Issue 124 Summer (2018).
  • Association for studies in the conservation of historic buildings transactions Volumes 33 (2010) to 40 (2018).
  • British archaeology Volume 162 (September/October 2018).
  • Chartered Institute for Archaeologists yearbook and directory. IFA Institute of Field Archaeologists 2018.
  • CHERISH news Volume 2, (2018).
  • Church & heritage building: the journal of ecclesiastical architecture and cherished buildings Volume 172 (July/August 2018).
  • Current Archaeology Volume 342 (September 2018).
  • Current world archaeology Issue 90 (August/September 2018).
  • Domestic buildings research group Surrey Newsletter (DBRG) Volume 139, (June 2018).
  • Monmouthshire antiquary: proceedings of the Monmouthshire antiquarian association Volume 34 (2018).
  • Casgliadau Maldwyn = The Montgomeryshire collections Volume 106 (2018).
  • Meisgyn and Glynrhondda, Llantrisant and district local history society New Series Volume X (No. 2, July 2018).
  • Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter Volume 157 (March 2018).
  • Panel for historical engineering works Newsletter Volume 158 (June 2018).
  • PenCambria Volume 38 (Summer, 2018).
  • Post-Medieval archaeology Volume 52 (part 1, 2018).
  • Sheetlines: the journal of the Charles Close Society for the study of Ordnance Survey maps Number 112 (August 2018).
  • Trafodion: cymdeithas hynafiaethwyr a naturiaethwyr Môn = Transactions: Anglesey Antiquarian Society and Field Club (2017).
  • Victorian Society News (August, 2018).

Journals: Current Awareness

  • British archaeology Volume 162 (September/October 2018), pp. 62-63 article by Carenza Lewis on the new sites being revealed by the dry summer. She mentions the Welsh sites of Castell Llwyn Gwinau and a bath house at the Fort at Caerhun in the article and uses 2 images showing a probable Roman Villa in the Vale of Glamorgan and a newly discovered iron age settlement near Chepstow from our collections, to illustrate it.
  • Church & heritage building : the journal of ecclesiastical architecture and cherished buildings Volume 172 (July/August 2018), pp39-40 St Cynbryd’s Church, Llanddulas and St Peter’s Church, Llanwenarth Citra (both Listed Grade II*) have received grants from the National Churches Trust.
  • Essex Historic Buildings Group newsletter Volume 6 (August 2018).
  • Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter Volume 157 (March 2018), p.6 Menai Bridge Community Heritage Trust celebrated Thomas Telford’s 260th birthday on 9th August 2017. P. 6-7 Summary of PHEW’s visit to Mid-Wales.
  • Panel for historical engineering works Newsletter Volume 158 (June 2018), pp. 4-5 The Chainworks of Brown Lennox, Stephen Jones.
  • PenCambria Volume 38 (Summer, 2018) pp.45-46 article concerning the launch of the ‘Journey to the Past’ website by RCAHMW.
  • Victorian Society News (August, 2018), campaigners plan for disused Welsh railway tunnel in the Rhondda to be made into a new cycling and walking route. Arts & Crafts Churches Conference 6/10/2018.

 

Swimming Pool at Rhyl Sun Centre, 1983. Ref. No. DI2010_0041 C.435369 NPRN: 33112

Swimming Pool at Rhyl Sun Centre, 1983.
Ref. No. DI2010_0041 C.435369 NPRN: 33112

 

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