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Tintern Abbey. Repairs Executed Since 1913 Under the Direction of H.M. Office of Works. Part III.-Conserving the Ruined South Wall of the Nave

ALTHOUGH the shattered and dangerous condition of the South Nave wall of Tintern Abbey had led to its condemnation by former custodians in the interests of public safety, H.M. Office of Works Historic Buildings Branch arrested the work of demolition when the ancient structure was placed under its control.

Author(s): Harvey, William

Keywords: tintern abbey, mons;repairing;masonry;walls;appraising;strengthening;historic buildings