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

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The Transporter at Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales Featured Newport Print

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. End-on view of the gondola or car'. The bridge still looks (and operates) in the same way to this day (after a few refurbishments along the way!). Date: circa 1906

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

A Home by the Seaside, c.1872 (oil on canvas) Featured Newport Print

A Home by the Seaside, c.1872 (oil on canvas)

3432776 A Home by the Seaside, c.1872 (oil on canvas) by Whittredge, Thomas Worthington (1820-1910); 50.8x79 cm; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA, USA; (add.info.: Newport, Rhode Island); American, out of copyright

© Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA, USA / Bridgeman Images

Agriculture, America, American, And, Architecture, Autumn, Colonial America, Fall, Farm, Farmhouse, Farming, Grain, Harvest, Harvesting, Hudson River School, Landscape, New England, Ocean, Painting, Sea, United States, Usa, Worthington Whittredge

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