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Royal Gwent Hospital Newport Mon

Postcard - Valentines Silveresque W 1449.

Monmouthshire Hospital, Newport

Postcard view of the Royal Gwent Hospital, Cardiff Road. The single storey building, right, was known as Rose Cottage. From a private collection.

Newport Showing The Transporter Bridge & River Usk

Postcard view postmarked 1905. By August 1905 the bridge was nearing completion. However the bridge in this picture has clearly been drawn in. Notice the back of the hospital right foreground.

Aerial View West Newport

Belle Vue Park, Cardiff Road, Royal Gwent Hospital, The Friars, Belle Vue Lane, Friars Road and St Woollos Hospital.

The Newport and Monmouthshire Hospital

Postcard view.

The Royal Gwent Hospital

Postcard view.

The Right Hon. Lord Tredegar

SOURCE: "Who's Who In Newport", The Williams Press Ltd, Newport, Mon. (around 1920) Tredegar, the Right Hon. Lord the eldest son of the late Colonel the Hon. F. C. Morgan, and nephew of the late Viscount Tredegar. He succeeded his uncle to the Bar...

Newport and Monmouthshire Hospital

Source: 'Newport Year Book 1902' published by the Newport Chamber Of Commerce.

Rutland Place

The Royal Gwent Hospital can be seen on the other side of Cardiff Road. The photographer was probably standing in Alma Street. Notice the fence at the end of the road, the railway ran the other side of this.

Sir Thomas Edward Watson Bart.

(Photo and text from "Who's Who In Newport" 1920.) Watson, Sir Thomas Edward Bart. who has been connected with the port of Newport for more than 40 years, was born 1st January, 1851, and is the eldest son of the late Edward Watson, West Hartlepool...