Bulletin of Newly Catalogued Material – July 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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Digital surveys of various buildings and sites in Wales
Covering dates: 2015-2018
Archaeological Perspectives Analysis Consultancy (A.P.A.C. Ltd)
Digital records relating to archaeological investigations at:
- 1 West End Cottages, West End, Undy, 2017: Ref. No. APAC_118
- 21-23 Neville Street, Abergavenny, 2017: Ref. No. APAC_119
- Carmel Chapel and Blaenau Gwent Rugby Club, High Street, Abertillery, 2017: Ref. No. APAC_120
- Anchor Inn, Tintern, 2017: Ref. No. APAC_121
- Anchor Inn, Tintern, 2018: Ref. No. APAC_122
- Blaenavon Methodist Church, 2018: Ref. No. APAC_123
- Boughrood Deadhouse, 2018: Ref. No. APAC_124
- Brook farm, Mamhilad, 20189: Ref. No. APAC_125
- Chapel House, Culvert Bridge, Angiddy, Tintern, 2018: Ref. No. APAC_126
- Great Triley East, 2017: Ref. No. APAC_127
- 3 King Street, Brynmawr, 2017: Ref. No. APAC_128
- New House Barn, Llanvetherine, 2017: Ref. No. APAC_129
- The Elms, Llantilio Pertholey, 2015: Ref. No. APAC_130
Archaeological Reports/Evaluations (non Trust)
Project archive relating to:
- Quince Cottage, Llysworney, Vale of Glamorgan, 2018: Ref. No. AENT40_26
- Cefn y Gaer, Trefecca, 2017: Ref. No. AENT40_27
Border Archaeology Survey Archives
Archaeological Reports relating to:
- Land at Grove Farm, Gypsy, Lane, Llanfoist, Abergavenny, 2016: Ref. No. BA068_01
- The Old Forge, Grosmont, 2011: Ref. No. BA069_01
Collection of slides and related registers produced or collected by Cadw/Welsh Office over a number of years. The images show archaeological sites and buildings throughout Wales and also some sites in Ireland.
Covering dates: 1960-2010
Emergency Recording Collection
Material, received as part of the planning process, relating to:
European Travellers in Wales Project
Material relating to the project, comprising:
- Short film focusing on French and German travellers to the industrial town of Merthyr Tydfil in the mid-nineteenth century, and their descriptions of the town, 2018: Ref. No. ETW_MT
- Images of Conwy Suspension Bridge, 2017: Ref. No. ETW_CSG
- Images of Menai Suspension Bridge, 2017: Ref. No. ETW_MBG
- Images of Parys Mountain Windmill, 2017: Ref. No. ETW_PMG
- Images of Castle Hill, Tenby, 2017: Ref. No. ETW_TG
Investigators’ Digital Photography
Photographic surveys relating to:
- Bethania Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Morriston, 2017: Ref. No. DS2018_438
- Philadelphia Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Morriston, 2017: Ref. No. DS2018_439
- Mynydd-Bach Independent Chapel, Treboeth, Swansea, 2017: Ref. No. DS2018_440
- English Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Porthcawl, 2018 Ref. No. DS2018_441
- Baptist & Unitarian Chapel, Nottage, Porthcawl, 2018: Ref. No. DS2018_442
- St Andrew’s Chapel, Heath, Cardiff, 2016: Ref. No. DS2018_443
- Theatr Twm o’r Nant (otherwise known as the Dr Pierce Memorial Hall), 2012: Ref. No. DS2018_444
- Riverside Chapel, Port Talbot, 2016: Ref. No. DS2018_445
- Brookhouse Mill, Denbigh, 2010: Ref. No. DS2018_446
- National Westminster Bank, 35 Vale Street, Denbigh, c. 2010: Ref. No. DS2018_447
- 27 and 31 Vale Street, Denbigh, 2008: Ref. No. DS2018_448
- Old Assembly Rooms and Butcher’s Market, Denbigh, 2010: Ref. No. DS2018_449
- Butetown, Cardiff, 2018: Ref. No. DS2018_450
- Denbigh Conservative Club, 2012: Ref. No. DS2018_451
- 23 High Street, Denbigh, 2011: Ref. No. DS2018_452
- Hope and Anchor at 94 Vale Street, Denbigh, 2012: Ref. No. DS2018_453
- Bake-house, Back row, Denbigh, 2011: Ref. No. DS2018_454
- Bryn Celyn, 1 Henllan Place, Denbigh, 2007: Ref. No. DS2018_455
- 21 High Street, Denbigh, 2011: Ref. No. DS2018_456
- New Street Chapel, Aberystwyth, 2010: Ref. No. DS2018_457
- Old Auction Rooms/ Liberal Club, Aberystwyth, 2010: Ref. No. DS2018_458
- 5-7 Mwrog Street, Ruthin, 2014: Ref. No. DS2018_459
- Attic interior at 5 to 7 Mwrog Street, Ruthin, 2014: Ref. No. DS2018_460
- Exterior of YMCA Building, Pontmorlais Road, Merthyr Tydfil, 2005: Ref. No. DS2018_461
- Interior of Porth-y-Dwr, 67 Clwyd Street, Ruthin, 2013: Ref. No. DS2018_462
Excavation records relating to Tintern and Usk (and other sites) comprising notes, site drawings and slides
Covering dates: 1970s
Colour aerial photographs relating to various sites in Wales
Covering dates: 2018
Comprising black and white enlargements (c.20″) taken from 9″ film rolls. Filed in alphabetical order according to featured town, community or feature
Covering dates: 1963-1997
RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs
Oblique aerial photographs showing:
- View looking south at Nant y Rhestr, Llanwrtyd Wells, 2015: Ref. No. AP2018_085
Material, produced by Manpower Services Commission Project in conjunction with the RCAHMW and Montgomeryshire District Council, relating to a project to record various structures on the line of the Montgomeryshire Canal
Covering dates: 1970-1988
Part of a survey from a project commissioned by the National Coal Board, and undertaken by Fairey Surveys Ltd.
Covering dates: 1968
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 material relating to the Pembrokeshire Slate Industry, Cardiganshire Mines, Teme Mills, Radnorshire Mills, Druid’s Inn, and a box of miscellaneous material on various sites and topics
Covering dates: 1970-1997
Ashton, Owen R. 1980 reprint. A short history of Builth Wells: from Medieval to Modern times. Wyeside Arts Centre: Builth Wells.
Evans, R.M. 1972. Children in the iron industry 1840 – 42. National Museum of Wales: Cardiff.
Evans, Tony. 1974. Tin workers. Tony Evans: Llanelli.
Llangollen Urban District Council. [1970?]. Lovely Llangollen: The scenic gem of North Wales: the official guide. Llangollen Urban District Council: Llangollen.
Keating, M. Honora. 1965. Plas -yn- Rhiw. Gwenlyn Evans: Caernarvon.
Miles, John; Thomas, Keri & Watkins, Tudor. 2017. The Swansea Vale Railway: a Midland railway outpost. Lightmoor Press: Lydney.
Postles, Dave. 2017. The north through its names: a phenomenology of Medieval and early-modern northern England. Oxbow Books: Oxford.
Purchon, W.S and Bartlett, C.J. 1932. A small town house of the Georgian period in Wales: no. 6, Working Street, Cardiff. Cardiff: National Museum of Wales.
Sampson, Aylwin. 1972. Llanbedr Pont Steffan = Lampeter. Cymdeithas Lyfrau Ceredigion: Aberystwyth.
Sampson, Aylwin. 1972. Aberteifi = Cardigan. Cymdeithas Lyfrau Ceredigion: Aberystwyth.
Seaborne, Malcolm. 1998. A guide to the stained glass in St. Asaph Cathedral. Dean and Chapter of St. Asaph Cathedral: St. Asaph.
Simpson, Anne Turner and Stevenson, Sylvia [Eds.]. 1980. Town houses and structures in Medieval Scotland: a seminar. University of Glasgow Dept. of Archaeology: Glasgow.
Thomas, W. Gerwyn. 1979. Welsh coal mines. National Museum of Wales: Cardiff.
White, Richard. 1987. Caerleon: Roman Fortress. Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments: Cardiff.
White, Richard. 1988. St. Davids. Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments: Cardiff.
William, Eurwyn. 1973. Adeiladau fferm traddodiadol yng Nghymru. National Museum of Wales. Cardiff.
Young, Norman R. [Ed.] 1971. What you will see in the Vale of Rheidol: Britain’s first railway nature trail. West Wales Naturalist’s Trust Limited: Aberystwyth.
Archaeology in Wales Volume 56 (2017).
Cartographic Journal Volume 55 No. 2 (May 2018).
Current Archaeology Issue 341 (August 2018).
The Georgian: Magazine of the Georgian Group Issue 1 (2018).
The Georgian Group Journal Volume 26 (2018).
Journal of the Railway and Canal Historical Society No. 232, Volume 39, Part 5 (July 2018).
Llafur: Journal of Welsh People’s History Volume 12, No. 2 (2017).
Maplines Volume 32, Issue 1 (Spring 2018).
Past: the Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society Volume 89 (Summer 2018).
Railway and Canal Historical Society Bulletin No. 474 (July 2018).
Tools and Trades History Society Newsletter Volume 140 (Trinity 2018).
Touchstone: the magazine for architecture in Wales Volumes 01-09, 16-18.
Trafodion Cymdeithas Hanes Sir Ddinbych / Denbighshire Historical Society Transactions Volume 66 (2018).
The Victorian Volume 58 (July 2018).
Victorian Society: News (July 2018).
Cymdeithas Melinau Cymru / Welsh Mills Society Newsletter, Number 132 (July 2018).
Welsh Railways Archive, Journal of the Welsh Railways Research Circle Volume 6, No. 7 (May 2018).
Welsh Railways Research Circle Newsletter No. 155 (Summer 2018).
Journals: Current Awareness
The Georgian: Magazine of the Georgian Group Iss. 1 (2018) pp.12-25 Casework: Capel y Babell, Cwmfelinfach; The Guildhall, Carmarthen; Neuadd Fawr, Cil y Cwm; Plas Hafod Hotel, Gwernmynydd; Plas Ty Coch, Caernarfon; Glynllifon, Llandwrog; Caerwent House, Caerwent; Gwentlands, Chepstow; 25 St James’ Square, Monmouth; Threshing Barn, Llandewi Velfrey; Alleston Farm, Pembroke; Former Bull’s Head Inn, Brecon; Peace Cottage, Evancoyd; Ystrad House, Knighton. PP.38-42, ‘Naval architecture in the eighteenth century’, Charlotte Ward.
Journal of the Railway and Canal Historical Society No. 232, Volume 39, Part 5 (July 2018), pp.293-305 article by Stephen Rowson, ‘Low Water Pier 1870-c1890: an overlooked railway station at Cardiff’
Victorian Society: News (July 2018), p.3 concern voiced that Pembroke Dock Defensible Barracks are up for sale.
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