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Monmouthshire Collection

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Newport Bridge 1906

Newport Bridge 1906
Newport Transporter Bridge, Monmouthshire, Wales, is one of the worlds few surviving aerial ferries. It was completed in 1906 by French engineer Ferdinand Arnodin. Date: 1906

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Newport Riot

Newport Riot
At Newport, Monmouthshire, Chartist rioters from nearby mines, led by John Frost, fire on the magistrates at the Westgate hotel but are dispersed by the military

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Bedwas Navigation Colliery, Monmouthshire, South Wales

Bedwas Navigation Colliery, Monmouthshire, South Wales
View of Lewis Merthyr Pit, Bedwas Navigation Colliery, Monmouthshire, South Wales. The colliery opened in 1913 and closed in the mid-1980s, after the Miners Strike

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: The Transporter at Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales

The Transporter at Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
The Newport Transporter Bridge - a transporter bridge crossing the River Usk in Newport, South Wales (Monmouthshire). A Grade I listed structure, designed by French engineer Ferdinand Arnodin

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Union Workhouse, Pontypool, Monmouthshire

Union Workhouse, Pontypool, Monmouthshire
Pontypool Union workhouse was built in 1837 on Coedygric Road, Griffithstown, Monmouthshire (now Gwent). It later became Panteg County Hospital

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Chepstow Bridge, Newport, Monmouthshire

Chepstow Bridge, Newport, Monmouthshire
Chepstow Bridge, Newport, near Cardiff, Monmouthshire, Wales. Date: 1910s

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: View of the River Wye and Old Wye Bridge at Chepstow

View of the River Wye and Old Wye Bridge at Chepstow
View of the River Wye (at low tide) at Chepstow, Monmouthshire, Wales. The scene is dominated by the Old Wye Bridge, constructed of cast iron during the Regency period in 1816

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Roman Wall, Wales

Roman Wall, Wales
This fine Roman wall at Caerwent, Monmouthshire, Wales, is part of the remains of the Roman city of Venta Silurum, the tribal capital of the Silures. Date: 1st century

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Garden of Mounton House, Chepstow, Gwent, Wales

Garden of Mounton House, Chepstow, Gwent, Wales
A view of the garden of Mounton House in Chepstow, Gwent, Wales, with different coloured tulips in separate flowerbeds

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: The Asylum, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

The Asylum, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire
The Joint Counties Lunatic Asylum, Abergavenny, opened in 1851, becoming the Monmouthshire Lunatic Asylum in 1897. It was known as the Monmouthshire Mental Hospital from 1916 to 1923

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Tredegar Union Cottage Homes

Tredegar Union Cottage Homes
The childrens cottage homes at Bedwellty, Monmouthshire, run by the Tredegar Poor Law Union. Date: circa 1907

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Alexandra Docks, Newport, Monmouthshire

Alexandra Docks, Newport, Monmouthshire
Alexandra Docks, Newport, near Cardiff, Monmouthshire, Wales. Date: 1900s

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Monnow Bridge

Monnow Bridge and Gate, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales. Built across the River Wye, circa 1270, a rare survival of a bridge with a defensive gateway. Date: 13th century

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Chepstow Castle, Wales - Viewed from the Bridge

Chepstow Castle, Wales - Viewed from the Bridge
Chepstow Castle, Monmouthshire, Wales - Viewed from the Bridge Date: 1893

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Welsh Cottage

Welsh Cottage
A lovely unspoilt cottage on a quiet country lane near Cwmyoy, in the Vale of Ewias, which is situated in the Black Mountains, Monmouthshire, South Wales

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Tintern Abbey Victorian period

Tintern Abbey Victorian period

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Newport, Monmouthshire early 1900's

Newport, Monmouthshire early 1900's

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Station Approach Newport, Monmouthshire 1930's

Station Approach Newport, Monmouthshire 1930's

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Railway Station Newport, Monmouthshire early 1900's

Railway Station Newport, Monmouthshire early 1900's

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: High Street Newport, Monmouthshire early 1900's

High Street Newport, Monmouthshire early 1900's

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Clarence Bridge Newport, Monmouthshire early 1900's

Clarence Bridge Newport, Monmouthshire early 1900's

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Tintern Cottage Victorian period

Tintern Cottage Victorian period

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: 1840s Victorian Map of Monmouthshire

1840s Victorian Map of Monmouthshire

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Bridge and Castle, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, South Wales

Bridge and Castle, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, South Wales
Bridge and Castle, Chepstow, Wye Valley, Monmouthshire, South Wales - Painted by landscape artist Alfred Robert Quinton for the Sevenoaks based publishing and printing company J

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Beaufort Square, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, South Wales

Beaufort Square, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, South Wales
Beaufort Square, Chepstow, Wye Valley, Monmouthshire, South Wales - Painted by landscape artist Alfred Robert Quinton for the Sevenoaks based publishing and printing company J

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Llancault, near Chepstow, Wye Valley, Monmouthshire, Wales

Llancault, near Chepstow, Wye Valley, Monmouthshire, Wales
River Wye at Llancault, near Chepstow, Wye Valley, Monmouthshire, South Wales - Painted by landscape artist Alfred Robert Quinton for the Sevenoaks based publishing and printing company J

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Tintern Abbey, Wye Valley, Monmouthshire, South Wales

Tintern Abbey, Wye Valley, Monmouthshire, South Wales - Painted by landscape artist Alfred Robert Quinton for the Sevenoaks based publishing and printing company J

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: The Wyndcliff, near Chepstow, Wye Valley, Monmouthshire

The Wyndcliff, near Chepstow, Wye Valley, Monmouthshire, South Wales - Painted by landscape artist Alfred Robert Quinton for the Sevenoaks based publishing and printing company J

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Chepstow Castle, Wye Valley, Monmouthshire, South Wales

Chepstow Castle, Wye Valley, Monmouthshire, South Wales - Painted by landscape artist Alfred Robert Quinton for the Sevenoaks based publishing and printing company J

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Llanthony Priory, Brecon Beacons, Wales

Llanthony Priory, Brecon Beacons, Wales
Llanthony Priory - a former Augustinian priory in the secluded Vale of Ewyas, a steep-sided once-glaciated valley within the Black Mountains area of the Brecon Beacons National Park in Monmouthshire

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Ruins of Tintern Abbey

Ruins of Tintern Abbey
The ruins of Tintern Abbey situated in Monmouthshire, on the Welsh bank of the River Wye. Founded on May 9th 1131 by the Lord of Chepstow, dating back to the Cistercian monks

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Ravenscroft (now called Cleddon Hall), Trellech, Monmouthshire, Wales

Ravenscroft (now called Cleddon Hall), Trellech, Monmouthshire, Wales, birthplace of Bertrand Russell (1872-1970), British philosopher and author

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Ravenscroft (Cleddon Hall), cave in garden

Ravenscroft (Cleddon Hall), cave in garden
Ravenscroft (now called Cleddon Hall), Trellech, Monmouthshire, Wales, birthplace of Bertrand Russell (1872-1970), British philosopher and author

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: The Marquis of Salisbury addressing the Conservative Associa

The Marquis of Salisbury addressing the Conservative Associa
Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne Cecil, 3rd Marquis of Salisbury, the English Conservative Statesman, addressing the Conservative Association at Newport, Monmouthshire

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: St. Pierre manor house, Monmouthshire, Wales

St. Pierre manor house, Monmouthshire, Wales, seat of Charles Lewis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving after an illustration by F.W.L

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Saltram House, seat of John Parker, 1st Baron Boringdon

Saltram House, seat of John Parker, 1st Baron Boringdon
Saltram House, Plymouth, Devon, seat of John Parker, 1st Baron Boringdon. Georgian country house with interior by architect Robert Adam

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Piercefield, Monmouthshire, seat of Nathaniel Wells

Piercefield, Monmouthshire, seat of Nathaniel Wells. Built by architect Sir Mark Wood in Bath stone in the Grecian style. Slave owner Nathaniel Wells was the son of sugar planter William Wells

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: SGW 1st Bn Monmouthshire Regt, St Georges Church

SGW 1st Bn Monmouthshire Regt, St Georges Church Date: 2017

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: West Window, Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire

West Window, Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire
The West Window, Tintern Abbey, Tintern, Monmouthshire. It was built in the 12th century. circa 1890

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Westgate Hotel and Mayors House, Newport, Wales

Westgate Hotel and Mayors House, Newport, Wales
Westgate Hotel and Mayors House. Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales, after the Chartist Riot of 4 November 1839. 1839

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Prescoed Camp, near Usk, Monmouthshire

Prescoed Camp, near Usk, Monmouthshire
Prescoed Camp used to house well-behaved inmates from the nearby Usk Borstal, Monmouthshire. Date: circa 1945

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Usk Borstal, Monmouthshire

Usk Borstal, Monmouthshire
Silhouetted inmates at work in a corridor at Usk Borstal, Monmouthshire. Date: circa 1945

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: The Severn Tunnel works, 1880

The Severn Tunnel works, 1880
The Severn Tunnel works - building the railway tunnel linking South Gloucestershire to Monmouthshire under the estuary of the River Severn. It was built between 1873 and 1886. 1

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Front cover of The Graphic, of the pit-mouth immediately after the explosion

Front cover of The Graphic, of the pit-mouth immediately after the explosion, killing 268 men and boys. Date: 11 September 1878

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: A boy holds an egg in one hand and his pet hen in the other

A boy holds an egg in one hand and his pet hen in the other
A boy sits up in bed, He holds an egg in one hand and his pet hen by the tail feathers in the other. The hen regularly laid eggs in the boys bed

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Three farmers at sheep sale

Three farmers at sheep sale
Three male farmers study the stock at a sheep sale in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales Date: circa 1975

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Ravenscroft (Cleddon Hall), birthplace of Bertrand Russell

Ravenscroft (Cleddon Hall), birthplace of Bertrand Russell
Ravenscroft (now called Cleddon Hall), Trellech, Monmouthshire, Wales, birthplace of Bertrand Russell (1872-1970), British philosopher and author

Background imageMonmouthshire Collection: Usk Borstal Camp, Monmouthshire

Usk Borstal Camp, Monmouthshire
Boys occupied in farm work at the Usk Borstal Camp, Monmouthshire



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