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Newport can be found in Gwent, Wales, United Kingdom in Europe

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The Free Grammar School, Newport, Isle of Wight, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Newport Print

The Free Grammar School, Newport, Isle of Wight, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Free Grammar School, Newport, Isle of Wight, 1844. This ancient building is celebrated for its association with the fortunes of Charles I. during that ill-fated Sovereign's sojourn in the Isle?of Wight. It is still used as a school-house, and is exteriorly built of the soft freestone found in the island, shaped into rough resemblance of bricks; but, at the angles of the building, the stones are neatly squared: parts of the stacks of chimneys shown in the engraving are built of brick'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Bridge Over The Usk Featured Newport Print

Bridge Over The Usk

3rd May 1937: The hanging section of the transporter bridge, which carries toll-paying road traffic over the river Usk in Newport, south Wales. (Photo by Reg Speller/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

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1930 1939, 3228722, Archival, Black And White, Black White Format Landscape Europe Fox 153 Key Geo Bri Wales Newport, Bridge Man Made Structure, Carrying, Cross Section, Engineering, Fox 153, Hanging, Horizontal, Key Geo Bri Wales Newport, Mode Of Transport, Newport Wales, No People, River, Road, Science And Technology, Toll Paying, Traffic, Uk, Usk, Wales

Mosscraft MA.1 G-AEST Featured Newport Print

Mosscraft MA.1 G-AEST

Mosscraft MA.1 G-AEST at Pendeford (wolverhampton airport) for the 1949 Kings Cup air race, flown by W.H. Moss, with race number 26. The M.A.1 was flown in several U.K. air races pre-war, then was stored between 1939 and 1945. The aircraft competed postwar with the rear cockpit faired over. W.H.Moss flying it in the Kings Cup Air Race in 1949 and 1950 at Wolverhampton (Pendeford) Airport. On 17 June 1950 he was killed during the race that day, when the aircraft crashed at the Newport, Shropshire turn. Date: 1950

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans