Royal Commission Archive & Library Bulletin of Newly Catalogued Material – June 2017
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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Glamorganshire Canal Collection: Ref. No. GCC
Collection of plans, drawings, maps, black & white photographs, notes, and sketch plans, relating to the Glamorganshire Canal (unpublished) volume
Covering dates: [not dated]
Investigators’ Digital Photography: Ref. No. DS2017
Photo surveys relating to:
- ‘Helping Hand’ trawler, Black Mixen Pool, 2012 – 2016: NPRN 406636
- Holyhead Breakwater Quarry, 2016: NPRN 310333
- Old Limekiln, Holyhead Breakwater Tramway, 2016: NPRN 525373
- Memorial for the crew of Consolidated B-24J Liberator 42-51232, 2016: NPRN 422105
- Porth-Y-Felin / Government House, Holyhead, 2016: NPRN 15840
National Buildings Record Postcard Collection: Ref. No. NBRP
Postcards relating to various properties in Wales, transferred from the National Buildings Record
Covering dates: [not dated]
Newport Castle Survey Collection: Ref. No. NPCC
Material relating to the RCAHMW survey of, and publication on, Newport Castle, Pembrokeshire
Covering dates: c.1989 – 1991
Paul R. Davis Collection: Ref. No. PRD_02_0710-0731
Colour photographs relating to properties in Wales
Covering dates: 2017
RCAHMW Uplands Initiative Eastern Snowdonia (North) Survey Archive: Ref. No. ES2004_511-516
Material relating to Eastern Snowdonia
Covering dates: 2004-
Tredomen Colliery Drawings Collection: Ref. No. TCDC/05-12
Technical drawings relating to the colliery and engineering works
Covering dates: 1975 – 1978
Baker, C.F. 1979. Soil erosion survey of the moel famau country park. Mold: Clwyd County Council / N.C.A.E.
Baker, John. 1981. Nuclear power- a matter of confidence. London: Central electricity Generating board.
Benson, Ann. 2017. Troy house: a Tudor estate across time. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Bond, James. [?]. Hartlebury Castle: historical notes. Worcester(?): Worcestershire County Museum.
Charlton, Pat. 1977. Llantrithyd: a ringwork in South Glamorgan. Cardiff: Cardiff Archaeological Society.
Crane, Nicholas. 2016. The making of the British landscape: from the Ice Age to the present. London: Weidenfield & Nicolson.
Department of the Environment [and the] Welsh Office. 1972. Environmental design in four general improvement areas. London: H.M.S.O.
Duchas (The Heritage Service). 1998. Heritage sites of Ireland: parks, monuments, gardens and inland waterways 1998. [Dublin]: Duchas.
Gruffydd, Eirlys. 2007. A review of nonconformity in Flintshire: a lecture delivered at the National Eisteddford 2007. [?]: Capel: the Chapels Heritage Society.
Hislop, Malcolm. 2016. Castle builders: approaches to castle design and construction in the Middle Ages. Barnsley: Pen & Sword.
Jacobs, C.A. 1979. Moel Famau country park management plan. 1, Environmental resource analysis. Mold: Clwyd County Council.
Jones, C.D.R. and Clwyd County Council. 1976. Dee Valley recreation survey: with special reference to the Llangollen Canal. Mold: Clwyd County Council.
Koch, J.T. and Cunnliffe, B. 2016. Celtic from the West 3: Atlantic Europe in the Metal Ages: questions of shared language. Oxford: Oxbow Books Ltd.
Koch, J.T. and Cunnliffe, B. 2017. Celtic from the West 2: Rethinking the Bronze Age and the arrival of Indo-European in Atlantic Europe. Oxford: Oxbow Books Ltd.
Lloyd, D.M and E.M. 1953. A book of Wales. London: Collins.
Macdonald, Colin. 1982. A visitor’s guide to North Wales and Snowdonia. Ashbourne: Moorland Publishing Co. Ltd.
Martin, Ian and Clwyd County Council. 1976. Mynydd Hiraethog: the recreational potential of an upland area. Mold: Clwyd County Council.
Ministry of Works. 1947. Pendennis Castle. London: H.M.S.O.
Ministry of Works. 1963. Bolsover Castle (Derbyshire). London: Ministry of Public Building and Works.
Morgans, J.I. and Noble, P.C. 2016. Our Holy Ground: the Welsh Christian experience. Talybont: Y Lolfa.
Owen, C.E.V. [196-?]. The Old Market Hall, Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire. [?]: Montgomeryshire Council.
Radio Times. 2000. Time trails: pathways through the past. London: BBC Worldwide Ltd.
Renn, D.F. 1960. The Anglo-Norman keep. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Salisbury Cathedral: order of service 1958. Salisbury Cathedral: the celebration of seven hundredth year. Salisbury: Maidments Publicity Ltd.
Severn Estuary Partnership. 2001. Strategy for the Severn Estuary / Strategaeth ar gyfer Mor Hafren : summary / crynodeb. Cardiff: Severn Estuary Partnership.
Simpson, W.D. 1979. Brough Castle (Cumbria). Edinburgh: H.M.S.O.
Ancient Monuments Society Newsletter Vol. 02/2017 (Summer)
Antiquity Vol.91, No. 357 (June 2017)
Below Vol. 2017, part 2 (Summer 2017)
British Archaeology Vol. 155 (Jul/Aug 2017)
Casemate Vol. 109 (May 2017)
The Chapels Society Newsletter Vol. 65 (May 2017)
Current Archaeology Vol. 328 (July 2017)
Current World Archaeology Vol.83 (Jun/Jul 2017)
Cylchgrawn Hanes Cymru/Welsh History Review Vol. 28, part 3 (June 2017)
Cylchlythyr / Newsletter. Grwp Dyddio Hen Dai Cymreig / Dating Old Welsh Houses Group Vol. 001 to 018 (2012-2016)
Pembrokeshire Life (June 2017)
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings Annual Review 2016
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings Magazine (Summer 2017)
The Victorian No.55 (July 2017)
Welsh Historic Gardens Trust Annual Report (2016)
Welsh Historic Gardens Trust Bulletin no. 73 (Spring 2017)
Welsh Mills Society Newsletter Vol.102 and 103 (2011)
Journals: Current Awareness
Ancient Monuments Society Newsletter vol. 02/2017: Welsh sites passim
Below Vol. 2017-part 2 (Summer 2017) P.12 ‘Blaenau Festiniog Weekend: Wrysgan & Rhiwbach Slate Quarries, 11-13th November’, Alan Robinson. P.23 ‘End of Welch Coal at Aberthaw’. Aberthaw power station has stopped using Welsh coal.
British Archaeology Vol. 155 (Jul/Aug 2017) P.58 ‘Fieldwork – Meilllionydd Field School. 05.06.17-28.07.17, near Rhiw,Wales’ 8th season of excavations on the Bronze/Iron Age double ringwork enclosure with full training for students and volunteers provided.
Current Archaeology vol.328 (July 2017) P.64 ‘Sherds’ Welsh place names register
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings Magazine (Summer 2017) P.33 ‘Porth Mawr Caernarfon’ Discussing one of the entrances to Caernarfon Castle.
The Victorian No.55 (July 2017), Summary Annual Report 2016, P.7 – Community engagement: Objecting to plans for the conversion of Cardiff’s Coal Exchange into a hotel.
The Victorian No.55 (July 2017) P.21-22 ‘Wales and the Midlands’, Casework on three different sites – Holy Trinity Church, Leighton, Powys. Cliffe- Norton Hotel, The Norton, Tenby, Pembrokeshire. Bute Road Railway Station, Bute Street, Cardiff.
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