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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.

Our Library and reading room is open:
Monday – Friday 09.30 – 16.00,
Wednesday 10.30 – 16.30.
An appointment is advisable.

Archives

Pembrokeshire [former] Record Office, 1941. DI2009_0215 C.487855 NPRN 32107

Pembrokeshire [former] Record Office, 1941. DI2009_0215 C.487855 NPRN 32107

Buildings of Wales Glamorgan and Gwent Publications Archive: Ref. BWGG
Collection of correspondence; drafts; newspaper articles; extracts from ‘The Builder’, the ‘Architects Journal’, and other published material, booklets and pamphlets, gathered or created in the course of the production of the publication Buildings of Wales Glamorgan.
Covering dates: 1995

Cadw Scheduled Ancient Monument 35mm Negatives: Ref. CSAM
Large collection of negatives relating to colour photo surveys of scheduled ancient monuments throughout Wales.
Covering dates: 1996-2008

Investigators’ Digital Photography: Ref. DS2018_470 – DS2018_488
Photographic surveys relating to the work of the Commission’s investigators, including within the remit of the CHERISH Project.
Covering dates: 2007-2018

Oriel y Parc – St. David’s Visitor Centre. DI2006_1770 C.422811 NPRN 403985

Oriel y Parc – St. David’s Visitor Centre. DI2006_1770 C.422811 NPRN 403985

Ordnance Survey Vertical Aerial Photography Collection: Ref. O.S.
Ordnance Survey large print collection: 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: Ref. AP2018_309 – AP2018_530
Aerial photographic surveys relating to various sites in Wales
Covering dates: 2015

Richard Barrett Collection: Ref. RB
Large collection of digital photographs of chapels
Covering dates: 2018

St. David’s Cathedral. DI2006_1689 C.422587 NPRN 306

St. David’s Cathedral. DI2006_1689 C.422587 NPRN 306

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, Nigel & Hughes, Pat & Morriss, Richard.2018. The houses of Hereford 1200 – 1700. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Barraclough, K.C. 1989reprint. Sheffield steel. Sheffield: Sheffield City Museums.
  • Benjamin, Jonatan. 2001. Submerged prehistory. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Birley, Robin. 2009. Vindolanda: a Roman frontier fort on Hadrian’s wall. Stroud: Amberley.
  • Breeze, David J. 2011. The frontiers of Imperial Rome. Barnsley: Pen & Sword Books Ltd.
  • Brooks, Richard. 2005. Cassell’s battlefields of Britain and Ireland. London: Weidenfield & Nicolson.
  • Brown, G.I. 1988. The big bang: a history of explosives. Stroud: Alan Sutton.
  • Bucknall, Rixon. 1970. Our railway history. London: Allen and Unwin.
  • Byers, Anthony. 1988. The willing servants: a history of electricity in the home. London: Electricity Council.
  • Chambers, J.D. & Mingay, G.E. 1975. The agricultural revolution, 1750 – 1880. London: B.T. Batsford Ltd.
  • Christie, Neil & Herold, Hajnalka [editors.]. 2016.  Fortified settlements in early medieval Europe: defended communities of the 8th-10th centuries. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Cranstone, D. 1997. Derwencote steel furnace: an industrial monument in County Durham. Lancaster: Lancaster University Archaeological Unit.
  • Cunliffe, Barry W. 1998. Fishbourne Roman Palace. Stroud: Tempus.
  • Davies, Max. 1952. How things are made: iron and steel. London: The Educational Supply Association Ltd.
  • Davison, Brian. 1997. Picturing the past:  through the eyes of reconstruction artists. London: English Heritage.
  • Demidowicz, George. 2015. St Michael’s Coventry: the rise and fall of the old cathedral. Coventry: Coventry Cathedral in association with Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers Ltd.
  • Electrical Development Association. 1956. Electricity on the farm. London: British Electrical Development Association.
  • Ellis, Hamilton. 1976. Pictorial encyclopedia of railways. London: Hamlyn.
  • Estall, R.C. & Buchanan, R.O. 1972. Industrial Activity and Economic Geography: A study of the forces behind the geographical location of productive activity in manufacturing industry. London: Hutchinson & Co.
  • Falconer, Keith. 1980. Guide to England’s industrial heritage. B.T. London: Batsford Ltd.
  • Forrest, H.E. 1911. The old houses of Shrewsbury: their history and associations (reprint). Milton Keynes: Bibliolife.
  • Ginn, Victoria. 2014. Exploring prehistoric identity in Europe: our construct or theirs? Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Harrington, Peter. 2004. English civil war archaeology. London: Batsford.
  • Hodge, John. 2016. Railways and Industry in the Western Valley: Neport to Aberbeeg. Barnsley: Pen & Sword Books Ltd.
  • Jamieson, Elaine. 2015. The historic landscape of the Mendip Hills. Swindon: Historic England.
  • Jones, Carleton. 2007. Temples of stone: exploring the megalithic tombs of Ireland. Cork: Collins Press.
  • Keppie, L.J.F. 2012. The antiquarian rediscovery of the Antonine Wall. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.
  • Leach, S. and Whitworth, A. 2011. Saving the wall: the conservation of Hadrian’s wall 1746-1987. Stroud: Amberley.
  • Leary, Jim [editor]. 2013, Silbury Hill: the largest prehistoric mound in Europe. Swindon: English Heritage.
  • Lloyd-Williams, Richard and Martin Underwood. 1998[?]. The architectural antiquities and village churches of Denbighshire (facsimile). Mold: Denbighshire County Council.
  • Mathias, Hefin. 1996. Wales and Britain in the medieval world c1000 – c1500. London: Hodder & Stoughton.
  • Momber, G. [et al.].2011. Mesolithic occupation at Bouldnor Cliff and the submerged prehistoric landscapes of the Solent. York: Council for British Archaeology.
  • Morgan, Rosslyn. 2015. Caersalem newydd: Hebei anghofio/not forgotten. Cymmer: Self-published.
  • Morgan,Victoria [et al]. 2003. A Welsh countryside revisited a new social study of Llanfihangel yng Ngwynfa. Welshpool & Llanfihangel yng Ngwynfa: The Powysland Club; Llanfihangel Social History Group.
  • Museum of Welsh Life. 2005. Y Ffrynt Cartref: cofio’r Rhyfel : 1945-2005 = Homefront: remembering the war: 1945-2005. Cardiff: Museum of Welsh Life.
  • Nabarro, Gerald, Sir. 1971. Severn valley steam. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
  • Norris, John. 2004. Welsh castles at war. Stroud: Tempus Publishing.
  • O’Brien, Charles. 2017. Houses: an architectural guide. London: Yale University Press (Pevsner).
  • Parsons, David. 2013. The Anglo-Saxon church of All Saints, Brixworth, Northamptonshire: survey, excavation and analysis, 1972-2010. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Pearce, Adrian [Editor]. 1995. Mining in Shropshire. Shrewsbury: Shropshire Books.
  • Pierce, D. [et al]. 2018. Who’s who of Welsh international rugby players. Bath: Charlcombe Books.
  • Pollard, Tony and Oliver, Neil. 2002. Two men in a trench: battlefield archaeology – the key to unlocking the past. London: Michael Joseph.
  • Pollard, Tony and Oliver, Neil. 2003. Two men in a trench: uncovering the secrets of British battlefields. London: Michael Joseph.
  • Porter, Stephen. 1994. Destruction in the English civil War. Stroud: Alan Sutton.
  • Rippon, Stephen. 2012. Making sense of an historic landscape. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Russell Miles. 2010. UnRoman Britain: exposing the great myth of Britannia. Stroud: History Press.
  • Smyth, Jessica. 2014. Settlement in the Irish Neolithic: new discoveries at the edge of Europe. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Trigger, Bruce G. 1989. A history of archaeological thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Trinder, Barrie. 1991. The Darbys of Coalbrookdale. Chichester: Phillimore & Co. Ltd. in association with Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust.
  • Watts,Martin. 2013. Prehistoric, Romano-British and Medieval occupation in the Frome Valley, Gloucestershire. Cirencester: Cotswold Archaeology.
  • Welfare, Adam. 2011. Great crowns of stone: the recumbent stone circles of Scotland. Edinburgh: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland.
  • Westcott, G.F. 1958. The British Railway Locomotive 1803 – 1853. London: H.M.S.O.
  • White, Roger & Hodder, Mike [Editors]. 2018. Clash of cultures? the Romano-British period in the West Midlands. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Wildig, J.  and ADAS. 2001. Mynydd y Ffynnon Ffynhonnell gweledigaeth newydd ar gyfer ucheldir Cymru / the source of a new vision for the Welsh uplands: Adroddiad terfynol / Final report?: ADAS.
  • Williams, Mike. 2013. Textile mills of South West England. Swindon: English Heritage.
  • Wood, Peter A. 1976. Industrial Britain: The West Midlands, with contributions on the Potteries coal and power by A. Moyes. Newton Abbot: David and Charles.
  • Yorke, F.R.S. 1948. The modern house in England. London: The Architectural Press.
  • Offprints from the Vernacular Architecture Group Library
  • [?]. 1966. Die Parzellierung Deutchlands, off print from Bauwelt Volume 57, pp. 21 – 32. Berlin: Bauverlag BV.
  • Aalen, F.H. 1970. The house types of Gola Island, Co.Donegal, off print from Folk Life Volume 8, pp. 1 – 15. Cardiff: Society for Folk Life Studies.
  • Andrews, Francis B. 1925. The medieval builder and his methods, off print from Transactions of the Birmingham Archaeological Society Volume 48, pp. 1 – 99. Birmingham: Birmingham Archaeological Society.
  • Baumgarten, Karl. 1983. Das englische und das deutsche Hallenhaus, off print from Ethnologia Europaea Volume XIII, 2, pp.189 – 202. Göttingen: Ethnologia Europaea.
  • Blaylock, S.R. 1990. Exeter Guildhall, off print from Proceedings of the Devon Archaeological Society No. 48, pp.123 – 178. Exeter: Devon Archaeological Society.
  • Brown, S.W. 1988. Excavations and building recording at Buckfast Abbey, Devon, off print from Proceedings of the Devon Archaeological Society No. 46, pp. 13 – 89. Exeter: Devon Archaeological Society.
  • Brown, Stewart and Laithwaite, Michael. 1993. Northwood Farm, Christow: an abandoned farm on the eastern fringe of Dartmoor, off print from Proceedings of Devon Archaeological Society No. 51, pp. 161 – 184. Exeter: Devon Archaeological Society.
  • Charles, F.W.B. 1974. The timber-framed buildings of Coventry: 169 Spon Street, off print from Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society Volume 86, pp. 113 – 131. Oxford. Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society.
  • Charles, F.W.B. 1978-79. Timber-framed houses in Spon Street, Coventry, off print from Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society Volume 89, pp. 92 – 122. Birmingham: Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society.
  • Charles, F.W.B. 1982. The construction of buildings with irregularly-spaced posts. Chapter from book, Structural Reconstruction. Approaches to the interpretation of the excavated remains of buildings, ed.by P.J.Drury,  pp. 101 – 112. Oxford: BAR British Series.
  • Chatwin, Philip B. and Harcourt, Edgar G. 1946. The Bishop Vesey houses and other old buildings in Sutton Coldfield, off print from Transactions of the Birmingham Archaeological Society Volume LXIV, pp. 1 – 19. Oxford. Birmingham Archaeological Society.
  • Cherry, Bridget. 1988. The Devon country house in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, off print from Proceedings of the Devon Archaeological Society No. 46, pp. 91 – 135. Exeter: Devon Archaeological Society.
  • Child, P. and Laithwaite, M. 1975. Little Rull: a late medieval farmhouse near Cullompton, off print from Proceedings of the Devon Archaeological Society No. 33, pp.303 – 310. Exeter: Devon Archaeological Society.
  • Colman, Sylvia and West, Stanley E. 1975.  Edgar’s Farm, Stowmarket: a reappraisal, off print from East Anglian Archaeology Report No. 1, pp. 39 – 45. Ipswich: Suffolk County Planning Department.
  • Crook, John. 1982. The Pilgrim’s Hall, Winchester, off print from Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society Volume 38, pp. 85 – 101. Winchester: Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society.
  • Cross, Ralph C. 1959. Grain drying kilns, off print from Archaeology Group Bulletin Volume 4, no. 9, pp. 43 – 47. Bradford: City of Bradford Libraries, Art Galleries and Museums Committee.
  • Cudworth, C.L. 1937.  Dutch influence in East Anglian architecture, off print from Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society Volume XXXVII, pp.24 – 42. Cambridge: Cambridge Antiquarian Society.
  • Daniels, R. 1988. Excavated rural medieval buildings of the Tees lowlands, off print from Durham Archaeological Journal Volume 4, pp. 37 – 44. Durham: Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland.
  • De Maestri, Sara, and Moreno, Diego. 1980. Contributo alla storia della costruzione a secco nella Liguria rurale, off print from Archeologia Medievale; cultura materiale insediamenti territorio, Volume VII, pp. 319 – 341. Florence: All’Insegna del Giglio.
  • Dowrick, David J. 1973.  The structural conservation of ancient buildings, off print from British Association for the Advancement of Science. Lecture, pp. 1 – 3. London: British Association for the Advancement of Science.
  • Dunbar, J.G. 1965. Auchindrain: a mid-Argyll township, off print from Folk Life Volume 3 No. 1, pp. 61 – 67. Cardiff: Society for Folk Life Studies.
  • Erskine, Mrs. A.M. and Portman, D. 1960. The history of an Exeter tenement (229 High Street), off print from Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art Volume XCII, pp. 142 – 157. Torquay: Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.
  • Essex County Council Historic Buildings and Design Section.1996. Historic buildings notes and surveys, off print from Essex Archaeology and History Volume 27, pp. 277 – 288. Colchester: Essex Archaeological Society.
  • Fletcher, J.M. 1961.  Harwell vicarage, off print from Berkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 59, pp. 38 – 42. Reading: Berkshire Archaeological Society.
  • Fletcher, John M. 1965-66. Three medieval farmhouses in Harwell, off print from Berkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 62, pp. 45 – 69. Reading: Berkshire Archaeological Society.
  • Gailey, Alan. 1976. Some developments and adaptations of traditional house types, chapter from book, Folk and Farm: essays in honour of A.T. Lucas, ed. by Caoimhín Ó Danachair, pp. 54 – 71. Dublin: Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland.
  • Gailey, Alan. 1977. Vernacular dwellings of Clogher diocese, South Ulster, off print from Clogher Record Volume IX no. 2, pp. 187 – 231. Monaghan: Clogher Diocesan Historical Society.
  • Guibal, F., Jones, M.C.E.,  Meirion-Jones, G.I. and Pilcher, J.R. 1987.  Dendrochronologie de trois manoirs des Côtes-Du-Nord, off print from Les Dossiers du Ce.R.A.A. Volume 15, pp. 63 – 70.
  • Hansford Worth, R. 1944.  The Dartmoor house, off print from Annual Reports and Transactions of the Plymouth Institution and Devon and Cornwall Natural History Society Volume XVIII, pp. 34 – 47. [Plymouth?]: Devon and Cornwall Natural History Society.
  • Hinz, Hermann. 1987. Slawische burgwallinsel im Persanzig-See zum problem der sogenannten pfahlbauten aus den grabungen von F.W.Kasiski, off print from Baltische Studien NF Band 73, pp. 7 – 17. Germany:  Pommersche Geschichte und Altertumskunde.
  • Hodgkinson, H.R. and Chatwin, Philip B. 1943-44. An ancient barn at Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire, off print from Transactions of the Birmingham Archaeological Society Volume LXV, pp. 105 – 109. Oxford: Birmingham Archaeological Society.
  • Hulland, C. 1980.  Devonshire farmhouses Part V: some medieval houses in North and Mid Devon, off print from Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art Volume 112, pp. 127 – 170. Exeter: Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.
  • Hutton, Kenneth. 1976. The distribution of wheelhouses in the British Isles, off print from The Agricultural History Review Volume 24 part 1, pp. 30 – 35. Oxford: British Agricultural Society.
  • lland, Charles. 1984. Devonshire farmhouses Part VI: more medieval houses in North and Mid Devon, off print from Transactions of the Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art Volume 116, pp. 29 – 61. Exeter: Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.
  • Janse, H. and Devliegher, L. 1962.  Middeleeuwse bekappingen in het vroegere graafschap Vlaanderen, off print from Bulletin de la Commission Royale des Monuments Volume 13, pp. 301 – 378. Brussels: Commission Royale des Monuments.
  • Janse. H. 1989. Houten kappen in Nederland, 1000-1940. Chapter from book, Bouwtechniek in Nederland 2, pp. 389 – 391. Delft:  Rijksdienst voor de Monumentenzorg.
  • Jansen, Virginia. 2008.  Trading places: counting houses and the Hanseatic “steelyard” in King’s Lynn. Chapter from book, King’s Lynn and the Fens. Medieval art, architecture and archaeology, ed.by John McNeill, pp.66 – 81. Leeds: British Archaeological Association.
  • Jones, S.R. and Smith, J.T. 1958. Manor farm, Wasperton: an early fourteenth century timber-framed house, off print from Transactions of the Birmingham Archaeological Society Volume 76, pp. 19 – 28. Oxford: Birmingham Archaeological Society.
  • Laithwaite, Michael. 1971.  Middle Moor, Sowton: a re-assessment, off print from Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art, pp. 77 – 83. [Devon?]: Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.
  • Laithwaite, Michael. 1971. Two medieval houses in Ashburton, off print from Proceedings of the Devon Archaeological Society No. 29, pp. 181 – 194. Exeter: Devon Archaeological Society.
  • Laithwaite, Michael, Blaylock, S.R. and Westcott, K.A. 1989. The Bishop’s palace at Bishopsteignton, off print from Proceedings of the Devon Archaeological Society No. 47, pp. 53 – 69. Exeter: Devon Archaeological Society.
  • Lucas, A.T. 1967. Some traditional Irish methods of cloth finishing, off print from British Association for the Advancement of Science. Presidential address, pp. 1 – 9. London: British Association for the Advancement of Science.
  • Mason, R.T. 1957. Small ancient buildings, off print from Journal of the Association of Rural District Surveyors No. 29, pp. 11 – 15.
  • Miller, D.B. 1977. An abandoned crofting community in Latheron, off print from Caithness Field Club Bulletin Volume 2 no. 1, pp. 20 – 27. Thurso: Caithness Field Club.
  • Parkin, John. 1981. A unique aisled cottage at Petham, Chapter from book, Collectanea Historica: Essays in memory of Stuart Rigold, ed.by Alec Detsicas, pp. 225 -230. Maidstone Kent Archaeological Society.
  • Pattison, Paul. 1992. Oldstone: a mansion and its gardens in South Devon: a survey by the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England, off print from Proceedings of Devon Archaeological Society No. 50, pp. 125 – 136. Exeter: Devon Archaeological Society.
  • Phillips, W.S. 1965.  Brook House Farm, Chigwell, a 17th century Essex farmhouse, off print from Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society Volume 1, part 4, third series, pp. 221 – 238. Ipswich: Essex Archaeological Society.
  • Powell, F.C. 1990. The garden walls of Gonville Hall, off print from The Caian. Annual record of Gonville and Caius College, pp. 74 – 79. Cambridge: Gonville and Caius College.
  • Roberts, D.L. 1973. Recording vernacular building in a wide field, off print from Bulletin of Local History – East Midland Region Volume VIII, pp. 19 – 47. Nottingham: Department of Adult Education, Nottingham University.
  • Roberts, Martin, Laxton, Robert, Howard, Robert and Litton, Clifford. 1999.  The buildings of the religious estates in medieval Durham. A tree-ring dating project, an off print from Durham Archaeological Journal Volume 14 – 15, pp. 141 – 160. Durham: Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland.
  • Smith, J.T. and Yates, E.M. 1968. On the dating of English houses from external evidence, off print from Field Studies Volume 2 No. 5, pp. 537 – 577. Shrewsbury: Field Studies Council.
  • Smith, Terence Paul .1972.  A Demolished timber-framed building at Luton, off print from Bedfordshire Archaeological Journal Volume 7, pp. 73 – 77. Bedford: Bedfordshire Archaeological Council.
  • Spokes, P.S. and Jope, E.M. 1959.  The “Priory”, Marcham, Berkshire, off print from Berkshire Archaeological Journal Volume LVII, pp. 1 – 12. Reading: Berkshire Archaeological Society.
  • Spokes, P.S. 1960. Some notes on the domestic architecture of Abingdon, Berkshire, off print from Berkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 58, pp. 1 – 19. Reading: Berkshire Archaeological Society.
  • Steer, Francis W. 1958. The Vicars’ Hall, Chichester and its undercroft, The Chichester Papers No. 12, pp. 1 – 7. Chichester: Chichester City Council.
  • Steer, Francis W. 1961. A selection of Chichester doorways, The Chichester Papers No. 18, pp. 1 – 10. Chichester: Chichester City Council.
  • Stell, Geoffrey. 1972.  Two cruck-framed buildings in Dumfriesshire, off print from Transactions of the Dumfriesshire and Galloway Natural History and Antiquarian Society Volume XLIX, pp. 39 – 48. Dumfries: Dumfriesshire and Galloway Natural History and Antiquarian Society.
  • Stell, Geoffrey. 1982.  Castles and towers in south-western Scotland, some recent surveys, off print from Transactions of the Dumfriesshire and Galloway Natural History and Antiquarian Society Volume LVII, pp. 65 – 77. Dumfries: Dumfriesshire and Galloway Natural History and Antiquarian Society.
  •  Walton, James. 1959.  Rajput folk-building in Malwa, Central India, off print from Ethnos Volume 24, n3-4, pp. 109 – 120. Stockholm: The Ethnographical Museum of Sweden.
  • Watkin, Brenda. 1994. The buildings of Littley Park, off print from Essex Archaeology and History Volume 25, pp. 125 – 133. Colchester: Essex Archaeological Society.
  • Watkin, Elphin. 1993. The spire of All Saints’ church, Maldon, off print from Essex Archaeology and History Volume 24, pp. 136 – 149. Colchester: Essex Archaeological Society.
  • Westcott, K.A. 1992. The spire and roofs of Hatherleigh church: investigations following the storm damage of 1990, off print from Proceedings of the Devon Archaeological Society No. 50, pp. 61 – 89. Exeter: Devon Archaeological Society.
  • Wiliams, Eurwyn. 1973.  Farm buildings in the Vale of Clwyd, off print from Folk Life Volume 11, pp. 34 – 59. Cardiff: Society for Folk Life Studies.
  • Williams, E.H.D. 1974. Poltimore farmhouse, Farway, off print from Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art Volume 106, pp.215 – 229. [Devon?] Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.
  • Winder, Thomas. 1896. Half-timber buildings in Hallamshire, off print from The Builders’ Journal. An Architectural Review, pp. 24 – 26, 40 – 42. London.

Journals

  • Antiquity Volume 92 (No. 364, August 2018).
  • Archaeologia Cambrensis Volume 167 (2018).
  • Capel Newsletter Volume 73 (Autumn 2018).
  • Chapels Society Journal (All chapels great and small) Volume 3 (2018).
  • Current Archaeology Volume 343 (October, 2018).
  • Gower Society Newsletter Autumn (2018).
  • Maplines Volume 033 (Part 2, Summer, 2018).
  • Railway and Canal Historical Society Bulletin No. 475 (September, 2018).
  • Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings Magazine Autumn (2018).
  • S.O.S. News from the Friends of the Newport Ship Volume 26 (September, 2018).
  • Talyllyn News No. 259 (September, 2018).
  • Vernacular Building, Scottish Vernacular Buildings Working Group Volume 41 (2018).
  • Victorian Society News, September (2018).
  • Welsh History Review Volume 29 (June, 2018).
  • Welsh Mills Society Newsletter Volume 133 (October, 2018).
  • Yorkshire Buildings: The journal of the Yorkshire Vernacular Buildings Study Group Volume 45 (2017).

Journals: Current Awareness

  • Architectural Journal News, 12 September 2018 – Victorian Society names John Summers Steelworks, Shotton (Grade II, 1907, NPRN 300212) as one of the top 10 buildings at ‘critical point’ of dereliction.
  • Current Archaeology Volume 343 (October, 2018) p.9 Did the people buried at Stonehenge come from Wales?, p. 12 The Stonehenge bluestones and research replication, pp.54-57, ‘Hot off the Press: How this summer’s heatwave revealed a host of historic sites’ outlines the many new discoveries made across the UK.
  • Victorian Society News, September 2018 – Dr Mark Baker received the ‘Points of Light’ award from the PM in recognition of the work he has done to help the preservation of Gwrych Castle, near Abergele, aiding positive changes in the community and inspiring others.

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October 12, 2018