Courtesy of The National Library of Wales | Licence: Public Domain
Courtesy of The National Library of Wales | Licence: Public Domain

[View of Newport Bridge over the Uske]

2 July,1795

John Warwick Smith

From the collection

Title

[View of Newport Bridge over the Uske]

Date

2 July,1795

Description

Caption: "View of Newport bridge over the Uske & the adjoining ruins of Newport Castle, with part of the town of Newport extending up the hill to St Woolers Church Newport in Welsh is called Castelh Newydd. It castle is generally supposed to have been built by Rob[e]r[t] Earl of Glocester in the reign of Henry 2[n]d - The export trade of Newport is now brisk. Monmouthshire"

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Location

Newport Castle, Newport, Wales

Country

Continent

Location Accuracy

Pinpoint

Medium

Credits

Image Credit

Courtesy of The National Library of Wales

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