The Newport Transporter Bridge was built to meet the needs of
industry which had grown to include the east bank of the Usk. Here,
Jan Preece illustrates the history of this iconic local landmark
from conception to the present day, looking at its unusual design,
with only twelve others like it in the world that are still in use,
and the impact it had on industry in the area. The stretch of the
River Usk close to the bridge has its own rich industrial heritage,
from cottage industries of tin makers to shipping and the railways.
With a wealth of rare and previously unpublished images, Jan Preece
tells these two interconnected stories that form crucial parts of
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