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Royal Commission Archive & Library Bulletin of Newly Catalogued Material – September 2016

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.

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RCAHMW colour oblique photograph of Castell Coch, Tongwynlais, 2008

RCAHMW colour oblique photograph of Castell Coch, Tongwynlais, 2008 NPRN 93112     Ref. AP_2008_3249     C.903417


Archaeology Wales Project Archives: Ref. AWP_096 – AWP_182

Archaeological project archives produced by Archaeology Wales, 2011-2015, relating to:

  • Prestatyn Shopping Park: AWP_096
  • Stack Cottages, Blaenafon Iron Works: AWP_087
  • Ogmore Castle: AWP_098
  • Old Holly Bush School, Ton Road, Cwmbran: AWP_099
  • Dowlais Top Wind Farm Site: AWP_100
  • Eglwyswrw Wind Farm Site: AWP_101
  • Land adjacent to Imble Lane, Pembroke Dock: AWP_102
  • Gurnos Quarry Leat and Tramroad, Cyfarthfa, Merthyr Tydfil: AWP_103
  • Blackfriars Priory, Bute Park, Cardiff: AWP_104
  • Braich-y-Saint, Criccieth: AWP_105
  • Pontymoel Weir: AWP_106
  • Castle Cinema, Merthyr Tydfi: AWP_107
  • Gwern y Domen Farm, Caerphilly: AWP_108
  • Longlands Lane, Newport: AWP_109
  • Pye Corner, Nash, Gwent: AWP_110
  • Pen y Graig, Ystrad Meurig: AWP_111
  • Scurlage, Gower: AWP_112
  • Ely Farm, Dyfrig Road, Caerau: AWP_113
  • Hillside School, Blaenavon: AWP_114
  • Leckwith Road, Llandough: AWP_115
  • Raby’s Furnace, Llanelli: AWP_116
  • Main Road, Tonteg: AWP_117
  • Trelessy Farm, Saundersfoot: AWP_118
  • Caerfarchell, St Davids: AWP_119
  • Knighton Road, Presteigne: AWP_120
  • Forge Washery, Lower Brynamman: AWP_121
  • Trevor Bowen Court, Wonastow: AWP_122
  • Ysgol Carreg Hirfaen, Cwmann: AWP_123
  • Fenton Home Farm, Crundale: AWP_124
  • Tai Hen, Rhosgoch Anglesey: AWP_125
  • Silent Valley Landfill Site, Ebbw Valley: AWP_126
  • Gilfach Farm, Cwmbach: AWP_127
  • Yerbeston Gate, Yerbeston: AWP_128
  • Maes Derwen, Abermule: AWP_129
  • Black Boy Hotel, Broad Street, Newtown: AWP_130
  • Land south of Gwlybycoed, Llys Dulas Estate: AWP_131
  • Land at Newport Wetlands National Nature Reserve: AWP_132
  • Land at Madryn Arms, Chwilog: AWP_133
  • Pwll Ddu Tunnel: AWP_134
  • Cwrt yr Ala Road, Ely: AWP_135
  • Medieval Town Defences (SAM MG023) Tan y Mur, Montgomery: AWP_136
  • Old Gwernyfed Manor, Felindre: AWP_137
  • The Rise, Glyncastle, Resolven: AWP_138
  • Crugmore Farm, Penparc: AWP_139
  • Rhas Fawr Farm, Brynmawr: AWP_140
  • The Piggeries, Aberglasney Gardens, Llangathen: AWP_141
  • 2 The Orchard, Church Road, Undy: AWP_142
  • King Street, Blaenavon: AWP_143
  • Bryn Lane and Francis Lane, Wrexham: AWP_144
  • Crane Cross, Saundersfoot: AWP_145
  • Ty’n y Coed House, Llandudno: AWP_146
  • Y Garn Goch, Carmarthenshire: AWP_147
  • Soldier’s Point House, Holyhead: AWP_148
  • The Nylon Spinners Factory, Mamhilad: AWP_149
  • Eurocaps, Crown Business Park, Tredegar: AWP_150
  • BBC Broadcasting House and Ty Oldfield, Llandaff: AWP_151
  • Ffordd Cae Duke, Loughor: AWP_152
  • St Asaph Flood Alleviation Scheme: AWP_153
  • Bro Einon, Llanybyther: AWP_154
  • Ardwyn Former Children’s Home, Dinas Powys: AWP_155
  • Llangurig Board School: AWP_156
  • Stormy West Quarry: AWP_157
  • Gelliwern Isaf, Felindre, Swansea: AWP_158
  • Newhouse Farm Industrial Estate, Chepstow: AWP_159
  • Clydach Memorial Hospital: AWP_160
  • Four Crosses Inn, Llanymynech: AWP_161
  • Long Barn Test Pits, Newton Farm, Llanfaes: AWP_162
  • Proposed M4 Relief Road, Newport: AWP_163
  • Llwynbarried House, Cowhouse, Nantmel: AWP_164
  • Bwllfa, Gelli, Rhondda Cynon Taf: AWP_165
  • Ogmore Castle Memorial Bench: AWP_166
  • Llysonen Road, Johnstown: AWP_167
  • Oernant Farm, Cardigan: AWP_168
  • Events Garden at Cardigan Castle: AWP_169
  • Wylfa Gateway Complex: AWP_170
  • Carey Road Baptist Chapel, Bridgend: AWP_171
  • St Davids City Hall: AWP_172
  • Posty Uchaf, Abernant: AWP_173
  • Land off Plas Bennion, Penycae, Wrexham: AWP_174
  • Pant y Wal Windfarm Extension, Glynogwr, Bridgend: AWP_175
  • Mathafarn Farm, Llanwrin: AWP_176
  • Cwm Ivy Habitat Creation, Llanmadoc: AWP_177
  • Cefneithin, Cross Hands, Carmarthenshire: AWP_178
  • Corran Resort and Spa, Laugharne, Carmarthenshire: AWP_179
  • Rhydygwydd Farm, Salem, Carmarthenshire: AWP_180
  • West Orielton Farm, Hundleton: AWP_181
  • West Holloway, Penally, Tenby: AWP_182


Cambrian Archaeological Projects Archive: Ref. CAP616

Project archive arising from an Archaeological Desk-based Study, Building Recording and Watching Brief relating to Plas Dolbenmaen, Garndolbenmaen: CAP Report Number 616, Project No 1061.
Covering dates: 2013

Resurgam Submap Project Archive: Ref. RSM3/235-401

Colour slides relating to the Resurgam wreck, produced by the Archaeological Diving Unit.
Covering dates: c.1997

Rogerstone Power Station Collection: Cat. Ref. RPSC

Measured drawings and reports associated with Rogerstone Power Station.
Covering dates: c.1957

Soar y Mynydd Chapel, Llanddewi Brefi NPRN: 7229Ref. DI2006_0418 C.478115

Soar y Mynydd Chapel, Llanddewi Brefi NPRN: 7229 Ref. DI2006_0418 C.478115



Adams, Brian. 2006. Projects and Origins, London: The Charles Close Society for the study of Ordnance Survey Maps.

Bate, Richard. 2007. Items for The Disposal of heritage assets by public bodies, Swindon: National Trust.

Brown, Roger L. 2016. In the Places where they sit: A Social History of the Church Pew in Wales, Milton Keynes: Ingram.

Close, C.F. 1924. Text book of topographical and geographical surveying, London: H.M. Stationary Office.

Comisiwn Coedwigaeth Cymru = Forestry Commission Wales. Creu ymdeimlad o le…Dehongli coetiroedd Cymru = Creating a sense of place…Interpreting the woodlands of Wales, Aberystwyth: Comisiwn Coedwigaeth Cymru = Forestry Commission Wales.

Davies, Williams. 2016. The Story of ‘The Irish Mail’ A London train to Ireland via Holyhead, Llanrwst: Gwasg Carreg Gwalch.

Ellis, Monica. 1975. Hampshire Industrial Archaeology: A Guide, Southampton: Southampton University Industrial Archaeology Group.

Fowkes, Dudley. 2005. A guide to the industrial archaeology of Derby, Cornwall: The Association for Industrial Archaeology.

Hinsch, Luce. 1984. Compte-rendu du V. Collogue Internation = Proceedings of the V. International Symposium, Øvre Ervik: Alvheim & Eide.

Linters, Adriaan. 1981. Industrial Archaeology in Belgium, Netherlands: Aalst-Waalre de Archeologische Pers.

Malone, Patrick M. 1983. Canals and Industry: Engineering in Lowell, 1821 – 1880, Lowell, Mass: Lowell Museum.

McLaughlin, Eve. 1990. Parish Registers, Birmingham: Federation of Family History Society.

Olding, Frank. 2012. Discovering Abergavenny Archaeology & History, Abergavenny: Abergavenny Local History Society.

Payne, John. 2016. Welshpool Past and Present, Welshpool: The Powysland Club.

Rippin, Shirley. 2013. The Charcoal Industry of FForest Coalpit & the Grwyne Fawr Valley, Abergavenny: Abergavenny Local History Society.

Swan, Vivian G. 1978. Pottery in Roman Britain, Aylesbury: Shire Publications.

Voelcker, Adam. 2015. David Lea: An Architect of Principle, London: Artifice.



Archaeology Ireland, Vol. 30 No. 1 (Spring 2016)

Archaeology Ireland, Vol. 30 No. 2 (Summer 2016)

Current Archaeology, Vol. 318 (September 2016)

Current Archaeology, Vol. 319 (October 2016)

Maplines Vol. 27, Part 2, (Summer 2016)

Pembrokeshire Life (September 2016)


Journals Current Awareness

Current Archaeology, Vol. 318, p12-19, Commanding the landscape: the hillforts of Cardigan Bay, Toby Driver.

Current Archaeology, Vol. 318, p40-41, Context: The mound in the dark grove: Bryn Celli Ddu, Ffion Reynolds et al.

Current Archaeology, Vol. 318, p48, From the trowel’ edge… (note on the Welsh origins of stones at Stonehenge).

Current Archaeology, Vol. 319, p28-35, Wild Country: The archaeology of Upland Gwent, Chris Catling.


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