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International Transport & the Significance of the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Llangollen Canal (Industrial Patrimony 18)





International Transport & the Significance of the
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Llangollen Canal
(Industrial Patrimony 18)
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International Transport & the Significance of the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Llangollen Canal (Industrial Patrimony 18)

Gan L. Bergeron, Editor, 2007.

Golygwyd gan Louis Bergeron, 2007.

Mae tri-chwarter y gyfrol hon, a gyhoeddir yn y gyfres ryngwladol ar archaeoleg ddiwydiannol Industrial Patrimony, yn ymwneud â thrafodaethau gr?p o arbenigwyr rhyngwladol yn y gynhadledd arbennig a gynhaliwyd yn gynnar yn 2007 i benderfynu ar bwysigrwydd byd-eang Traphontydd D?r Pontcysyllte a’r Waun a Chamlas Llangollen. Ymhlith y papurau, sy’n cynnwys darluniau helaeth, mae un gan Peter Wakelin ar ddylanwad Traphont Dd?r Pontcysyllte; ar dreftadaeth ddiwydiannol y byd gan Stuart Smith; Stephen Hughes ar gamlesi rhyngwladol; adfywio Blaenafon gan John Rodger; y Ffordd i Gaergybi gan Barrie Trinder; John Hume ar Gamlas Telford-Jessop yn yr Alban; Treftadaeth Gwybodaeth Telford gan Gordon Masterton; David Gwyn ar Reilffyrdd Camlas Llangollen; tirwedd ddiwylliannol hyfryd y gamlas gan Barrie Trinder a David Gwyn; Susan Fielding ar gofnodi Camlas Llangollen; cadwraeth gan Peter Birch a Nigel Crowe; Miles Oglethorpe ar Bont Afon Forth a chasgliadau’r gynhadledd gan Stephen Hughes.

Clawr: Caled
Maint: 212 x 297mm
Tudalennau: 163
Darluniau: 133

International Transport & the Significance of the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Llangollen Canal (Industrial Patrimony 18)

By L. Bergeron, Editor, 2007.

Edited by Louise Bergeron, 2007.

Three-quarters of this volume published in the international industrial archaeology series Industrial Patrimony is concerned with the discussions of a group of international experts at a special conference held in early 2007 to determine the global importance of the Pontcysyllte and Chirk Aqueducts and the adjacent Llangollen Canal. Well illustrated papers include Peter Wakelin on the influence of Pontcysyllte Aqueduct; on industrial world heritage by Stuart Smith; Stephen Hughes on international canals; Blaenavon regeneration by John Rodger; the Holyhead Road by Barrie Trinder; John Hume on the Telford-Jessop Canal in Scotland; the Knowledge Legacy of Telford by Gordon Masterton; David Gwyn on the Llangollen Canal Railways; the sublime cultural landscape of the canal by Barrie Trinder & David Gwyn; Susan Fielding on recording the Llangollen Canal; conservation by Peter Birch & Nigel Crowe; Miles Oglethorpe on the Forth Bridge and conclusions of the conference by Stephen Hughes.

Cover: Hardback
Size: 212 x 297mm
Pages: 163
Illustrations: 133

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