Borrows Bridge with Pont Taihirion Bridge beyond, Llanycil by P.R. Davis, 2019, 6527701, NPRN 24157

Royal Commission Archive & Library Bulletin of Newly Catalogued Material – February – April 2021

Archives

In light of both the Coronavirus outbreak and the migration of our records to a new digital platform we are presently unable to share our list of newly catalogued archive material with you. Please scroll down to view recent acquisitions to our Library.

Conwy Suspension Bridge, 2017, 6495896, Ref DS2018_004_016, NPRN 43083
Conwy Suspension Bridge, 2017, 6495896, Ref DS2018_004_016, NPRN 43083

Books

All our books and journals can be found on the Royal Commission’s Library Catalogue and viewed in our Library and Search Room.

  • Baker, Mark, Stevenson, Greg and Wilson, David. 2016. 50 buildings that built Wales. Llangennech: Graffeg.
  • Bennett, Patrick. 2019. The Architecture and infrastructure of Britain’s railways: West Midlands, Wales and the West. Stroud: Amberley.
  • British Archaeological Jobs & Resources. 2020. Pasbort sgiliau Archaeoleg = Archaeology skills passport. Dunbar: British Archaeological Jobs & Resources.
  • Brookes, Geoff. 2015. Swansea in the 1950s: Ten years that changed a city. Stroud: Amberley Publishing.
  • Campbell, James and Tutton, Michael (Eds.). 2020. Doors: history, repair and conservation. London: Routledge.
  • Carr, Glenda. 2020. Hen Enwau o Feirionnydd. Caernarfon: Gwasg y Bwthyn.
  • Crickhowell, Nicholas. 1997. Opera house lottery: Zaha Hadid and the Cardiff Bay Project. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  • Evans, Neil and Pryce, Huw (Eds.). 2016. Writing a small nation’s past: Wales in comparative perspective, 1850-1950. London: Routledge.
  • Fishlock, Trevor. 2010. Senedd. Cardiff: Graffeg.
  • Halliday, Peter. 2021. Mor llwyd oedd fy nghwm. Manchester: the Modernist.
  • Halliday, Peter. 2021. How grey was my valley. Manchester: the Modernist.
  • Hamilton, Alec. 2020. Arts & Crafts churches. London: Lund Humphries.
  • Harris, Penelope. 2020. Robert Own and the architect Joseph Hansom. Redditch: Brewin Books.
  • Hislop, Malcolm. 2010. Medieval masons. Oxford: Shire Publications.
  • Hislop, Malcolm. 2017. How to read castles: A crash course in understanding fortifications. London: Herbert Press.
  • Hislop, Malcolm. 2020. James of St George and the castles of the Welsh Wars. Barnsley: Pen & Sword.
  • Lock, Gary and Ralston, Ian (Eds.). 2019. Hillforts: Britain, Ireland and the nearer continent. Oxford: Archaeopress Archaeology.
  • Lord, Ioan. 2020. O’r ddaear fyddar faith: mwyn o ganolbarth Cymru / Worn by tools and time : ore from mid Wales. Talybont: Y Lolfa.
  • Miskell, Louise. 2020. New perspectives on Welsh industrial history. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  • Miskell, Peter. 2006. A social history of the cinema in Wales 1918-1951: pulpits, coal pits and fleapits. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  • Morant, Roland W. 2004. The Medieval Abbeys and Priories of England and Wales: A Resource guide. Victoria: Trafford.
  • Murray, Jessica. 2018. A GIS-based analysis of hillfort location and morphology. Oxford: BAR Publishing.
  • Orrin, Geoffrey. 2004. Church building and restoration in Victorian Glamorgan. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  • Phillips, Alan. 2011. Castles and fortifications of Wales. Stroud: Amberley.
  • Phillips, Alan. 2017. The cinemas of West Wales. Talybont: Y Lolfa.
  • Roberts, Gomer Morgan. 1954. Eglwys Cors-y-Graig (1754-1954): braslun o’I hanes. Llandysul: J.D. a’i Feibion.
  • Stevens, Matthew. 2019. The Economy of Medieval Wales, 1067-1536. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  • Tippings, Lisa. 2019. Secret Swansea. Stroud: Amberley Publishing.
  • Thompson, Michael. 1998. Medieval Bishops’ Houses in England and Wales. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Verbrugghe, Gerben. 2020. Little Flanders beyond Wales: a landscape archaeological study of row settlements in the British Isles and the County of Flanders. PhD Dissertation. Ghent University.
  • Warner, Philip. 2014. British Battlefields: Volume 5 Wales. Class Warfare.
  • Wheatley, Nicolas. 2020. Final journey: the untold story of funeral trains. Cheltenham: The History Press.
  • Wood, Ghislaine (Ed.). 2020. Art deco by the sea. Norwich: University of East Anglia.
The Bridge by Jonah Jones at Harlech College, 1968, NPRN 409588
The Bridge by Jonah Jones at Harlech College, 1968, NPRN 409586

Journals

  • British Archaeology Volume 177 (March/April 2021).
  • Casemate, Fortress Study Group Volume 120 (January 2021).
  • Chapels Society Newsletter Volume 76 (January 2021).
  • Denbighshire Historical Society Transactions Volume 68 (2020).
  • Essex Historic Buildings Group Newsletter Numbers 1 & 2 (January and February 2021).
  • Etifeddiaeth y Cymry Rhifyn 71 (2020).
  • Heritage in Wales Volume 71 (2020).
  • Industrial Archaeology Review Volume 42 (Number 2, November 2020).
  • Maplines Winter (2020).
  • Mausolus Winter (2020).
  • Melin Volume 36 (2020).
  • Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society Volume 86 (2020).
  • Railways and Canal Historical Society Bulletin Number 489 (January 2021).
  • Tijdschrift van de Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed Volume 1 (2021).
  • Welsh Mills Society Newsletter Volume 142 (January 2021).
  • Welsh Railways Archive Volume 7 (Number 2, November 2020).
  • Welsh Railways Research Circle Newsletter Volume 164 (Autumn and Winter 2020).
Overton-on-Dee by Falcon Hildred, 1991, 6350408, NPRN 308580
Overton-on-Dee by Falcon Hildred, 1991, 6350408, NPRN 308580

Contact us

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04/13/2021

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