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John Wyndham Beynon

Beynon, John Wyndham C.B.E., is the only son of the late Mr. Thomas Beynon, J.P., D.L., who was born 2nd December, 1864. His father was High Sheriff of Monmouthshire for 1890-1, and was Mayor of Newport in 1881-2. Educated at Clifton College, and, af...

SS CITY OF KHIOS Shipping Railway Coaches For Egyptian State Railway At 30 Ton Crane


Railway Accident Near Newport Mon. Sept. 28 1907.

Postcard, photo Ballard. From the private collection of Anthony Halse.

The Wolfhound

Postcard view. Tug owned by the Alexandra (Newport and South Wales) Dock and Railway Company. Judging by the flags and the number of people on board this could well have been taken in July 1914 on the occasion of the opening of the New Lock, Al...

The Alexandra Dock

Postcard view. The Tug boat, right of picture, is the Wolfhound owned by the Alexandra (Newport and South Wales) Dock and Railway Company.

Newport Bridges

A Raphael Tuck & Sons postcard.

Station Approach Newport Mon From The Air

Postcard view from the top of the Railway Station, postmarked 1930.

Newport Railway Station

The entrance to Newport High Street Railway Station, probably early 1900s. From a private collection.

Commercial Road

Postcard view by WW&C. Left of picture we can see E.G. Nicholls - baker and confectioner - 72 Commercial Road. The gap in the buidings just beyond the tram is where the railway crossed Commercial Road, and to the left Frederick Street and the r...

Commercial Road

Valentine's Series postcard view. Postmarked 1909.