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Welsh Office: Transport, Highways and Planning Group and predecessors: Major Road Construction Photographs

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This record is held by National Monuments Record of Wales

Reference:
BD 39
Title:
Welsh Office: Transport, Highways and Planning Group and predecessors: Major Road Construction Photographs
Description:

This series contains a collection of photographs taken during the construction of major roads in Wales. The roads covered are the Welsh extension of the M4 and the Heads of the Valley Road (A470). The photographs were taken and presented to the Welsh Office as part of the road building contract. They show scenes prior to the commencement of work and then regular progress showing each stage of construction.

Date:
1976-1988
Held by:
National Monuments Record of Wales, not available at the The National Archives
Legal status:
Public Record
Language:
English
Creator:
Welsh Office, Transport and Highways Directorate, 1965-1973
Physical description:
photographs and volumes
Access conditions:
Records not yet transferred

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