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Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Travis Bickle, 19 Feb 2018.
Park st, old Echo building on the right, Cardiff Empire telephone exchange on the left with Stadium house under construction behind,1980
1884 was situated on the junction of Llantrissaint road and Bridge road
Wow, that's crazy. The amount of times I've driven down that very road.
Did you pay?
I'm thinking about starting a new thread for THEN AND NOW picture combinations like the above with the old pic above a modern day screenshot of the place on Google Streetview.
Anyone want to see a thread like that? Would anyone else chip in to that thread? Bit of an arseache getting the streetview screenshot see, init?
Cardiff tigers, American football at ninian park
I went to one of those games. Jeez I was bored!
Saw some great bands in there and filums
The Swiss Bridge at Cardiff Castle was built by the architect William Burges in 1873.
Modelled on the Kapellbrücke in Lucerne, the timber bridge ran from a doorway in the base of the Bute Tower across a leat directly into Bute’s private gardens (now Bute Park).
In 1927, the Swiss Bridge was moved to a new location across the Dock Feeder canal, connecting the Castle Mews to the park.
The bridge was demolished in 1963.
Llandaff has been linked to Llandaff North via a bridge over the Taff for hundreds of years.
Llandaff Bridge at one point was the most important bridge across the lower reaches of the Taff, and sometimes had to be used instead of Cardiff Bridge (Canton Bridge) when that became flooded or was unsafe to cross.
In the mid 18th century, Thomas Roberts built a three-arched stone bridge.
View from castle c. 1890 , includes Castle Street and North side of Duke Street (Image Cardiff Library ) and 80 years later
Cardiff Library image of Womanby Street early 1880's looking towards the Castle .Two pubs , Red Cow and Horse and Groom side by side
“I hate you Butler”. Blakey promoting C K Coaches 1980’s
The Beatles. The Rolling Stones and others, all travelled in this van. The 1960s and the Cardiff City Police was in its last years. The groups would come to the central motor patrol office and get taken to the venues in safety. Usually the Capitol which was surrounded by tens of thousands of screaming people. The entry to the Capitol was around the back via North Edward Street.