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Tredegar Estates Office (1905) Formerly extending into Glamorganshire and Breconshire, the Tredegar Estate was, until its dispersal in 1956, the county's biggest landowner, here its records were kept and its rents paid. Listed Grade II

Pentonville, adjoining Mill Street, Newport, Gwent, United Kingdom

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The Old Post Office Site of Newport's first head post office. Built in 1844 and rebuilt in 1907, the Edwardian facade being preserved in the total reconstruction of the island site in 2001. Once housed the town's first telephone exchange, known as the Savoy. Listed Grade II in 1985.

High Street, Newport, Gwent, United Kingdom

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Newport Town Hall Stood with its imposing clock tower on this site from 1842 to 1960. The office transferred to the new civic centre in 1950. Field-Marshall Sir Bernard Law Montgomery addressed the citizens from its gallery when granted the freedom of the town in 1945.

now British Home Stores, Commercial Street, Newport, Gwent, United Kingdom

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Dos Nail Works and cottages. Built 1835 for J. J. Cordes, later of Brynglas House. It was the first large local factory and ran an evening class for its child employees.

Cordes House, Factory Road, Newport, Gwent, United Kingdom

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Baneswell. Before piped water in 1848, Newport's 19,000 inhabitants drew from springs and wells as in medieval times. Districts were named after wells, though cholera and typhoid epidemics indicate they were not a pure supply.

Pump Street, Baneswell, Newport, Gwent, United Kingdom

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Llong Casnewydd. Yn 2002, ar y safle hwn, cafwyd hyd i olion llongfasnach fawr yn dyddio’n o’l i’r bymthegfed ganrif. Newport Ship. In 2002 the remains of a large merchant-ship, dating from the fifteenth century, were discovered on this site.

Newport Riverfront Theatre, Newport, Gwent, United Kingdom

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Boundary Wall. This marked the limit of the town from its medieval origins until 1835, when its first extension took in the workhouse (now part of St Woolos Hospital) and Pillgwenlly

Newport Cathedral raised walkway alongside Stow Hill, Newport, Gwent, United Kingdom