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Archive Records for LLANDYSUL

Catalogue Number Collection Record Description Medium
670043 Cadw Listed Buildings 35mm Colour Negative Collection Colour and black and white negatives showing buildings in the community of Llandysul, Ceredigion taken by Cadw during their listed building resurvey programme. photo
637611 Investigators' Digital Photography Llandysul. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 6th January 2015. photo
650267 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs The town of Llandysul, photographed from the east. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 4th February 2015. photo
640396 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Llandysul. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 3rd June 2015. photo
562059 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 49: 'The spheres of influence of shopping centres in Cardiganshire (Copyright G. Rowley)'. graphic
711873 Royal Air Force Aerial Photography Collection Black and white vertical aerial photograph taken by the RAF on 04/05/1946 centred on SN41034141 at a scale of 1:10000. The photograph includes part of Llandysul community in Ceredigion. photo
872437 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs RCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of new bypass at Llandysul. Taken on 09 November 2009 by Toby Driver photo
560931 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 1, Figure 29: 'Bronze Age metalwork I'. graphic
637614 Investigators' Digital Photography Llandysul. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 6th January 2015. photo
648031 Ordnance Survey Vertical Aerial Photography Collection Black and white aerial photograph of Llandysul taken by the Ordnance Survey on 10th April 1971 at an altitude of 7,000 feet. Grid reference SN4140. Print enlargement (c. 20") taken from 9" film roll. photo
648032 Ordnance Survey Vertical Aerial Photography Collection Black and white aerial photograph of Llandysul taken by the Ordnance Survey on 10th April 1971 at an altitude of 7,000 feet. Grid reference SN4140. Print enlargement (c. 20") taken from 9" film roll. photo
648906 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Ysgol Bro Teifi under construction, the A486 Llandysul bypass, and the town of Llandysul beyond. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 13th March 2015. photo
648914 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Ysgol Bro Teifi under construction, the A486 Llandysul bypass, and the town of Llandysul beyond. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 13th March 2015. photo
414456 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Aerial Photographs Slide of RCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of aerial view of Llandysul, taken by Toby Driver, 2002. photo
560881 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 1, Figure 1: Map showing 'The relief and drainage of Cardiganshire'. cartographic
903990 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs RCAHMW colour oblique photograph of Llandysul town. Taken by Toby Driver on 15/12/2008. photo
637613 Investigators' Digital Photography Llandysul. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 6th January 2015. photo
22878 Additional Information Extract from talk given to the Victorian Society on a tour of Llandysul and Rhydowen. text
648033 Ordnance Survey Vertical Aerial Photography Collection Black and white aerial photograph of Llandysul taken by the Ordnance Survey on 10th April 1971 at an altitude of 7,000 feet. Grid reference SN4140. Print enlargement (c. 20") taken from 9" film roll. photo
648035 Ordnance Survey Vertical Aerial Photography Collection Black and white aerial photograph of Llandysul taken by the Ordnance Survey on 4th May 1995 at an altitude of 8,300 feet. Grid reference SN4140. Print enlargement (c. 20") taken from 9" film roll. photo
648034 Ordnance Survey Vertical Aerial Photography Collection Black and white aerial photograph of Llandysul taken by the Ordnance Survey on 18th April 1994 at an altitude of 8,000 feet. Grid reference SN4140. Print enlargement (c. 20") taken from 9" film roll. photo
650268 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs The town of Llandysul, photographed from the east. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 4th February 2015. photo
904206 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs RCAHMW colour oblique photograph of Llandysul. Taken by Toby Driver on 15/12/2008. photo
637618 Investigators' Digital Photography Gilfachwen Mansion; Gilfachwern Isaf; Penybont Chapel; St Tysul's Church; Ffrwdwen Mills; Gilfachwen defended enclosure. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by T. Driver on 6/1/15 photo
637619 Investigators' Digital Photography Seion Chapel and St. Tysul's Church, Llandysul. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 6th January 2015. photo
648908 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Ysgol Bro Teifi under construction, the A486 Llandysul bypass, and the town of Llandysul beyond. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 13th March 2015. photo
414457 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Aerial Photographs Slide of RCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of aerial view of Llandysul, taken by Toby Driver, 2002. photo
637612 Investigators' Digital Photography Llandysul. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 6th January 2015. photo
637615 Investigators' Digital Photography Llandysul including view of Capel-y-Graig; St. Tysul's Church and the Vicarage. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 6th January 2015. photo
640347 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Landscape view showing Ysgol Bro Teifi, Llandysul bypass and Llandysul town. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 3rd June 2015. photo
640348 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Landscape view showing Ysgol Bro Teifi, Llandysul bypass and Llandysul town. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 3rd June 2015. photo
648907 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Ysgol Bro Teifi under construction, the A486 Llandysul bypass, and the town of Llandysul beyond. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 13th March 2015. photo
711872 Royal Air Force Aerial Photography Collection Black and white vertical aerial photograph taken by the RAF on 04/05/1946 centred on SN41774174 at a scale of 1:10000. The photograph includes part of Llandysul community in Ceredigion. photo
539825 Terry James Aerial Photographic Collection Black and white negative of 'SN43154090'. photo
869734 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Aerial Photographs RCAHMW black and white oblique aerial photograph of Llandysul from the north. Taken on 15 November 2002 by Toby Driver photo
637616 Investigators' Digital Photography Llandysul including view of Seion Chapel; Capel-y-Graig; Ebenezer Chapel and Myfrgell. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 6th January 2015. photo
637617 Investigators' Digital Photography Pen-y-Bont Baptist Church and Vestry; Llandysul Bridge and Tyssil Castle, Llandysul. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 6th January 2015. photo
640397 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Ysgol Dyffryn Teifi, Llandysul. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 3rd June 2015. photo
648913 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Ysgol Bro Teifi under construction, the A486 Llandysul bypass, and the town of Llandysul beyond. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 13th March 2015. photo
633014 RCAHMW Digitised Records Digital copy of an aerial photograph showing the Llandysul area SN375548, taken by Ordnance Survey, 1996 photo
640398 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Llandysul. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 3rd June 2015. photo