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Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Travis Bickle, 19 Feb 2018.
More recent photo of the Central Hotel
The side seen less frequently from about 1978
The old town hall in St Mary’s Street early 1900’s
Excuse me sir! I'm pretty sure I put together that montage originally
No I didn't. This was my effort ......
Ok the people must have turned up a bit later
Is that building still there today?
No I don’t think so
Demolished in 1914.
Ton-yr-Ywen Avenue, Birchgrove. Early 1960s.
Cardiff City Fire HQ, Westgate street demolished in 1973 to make way for multi storey car park
On May 2nd 1947 the Canadian merchant ship Port Royal Park was blown into Penarth Pier by a gale.
The pier did not reopen until June 4th 1949.
Queens Street 1912
The old power station cooling towers going
Fred Keenor with mascot Trixie ahead of the FA Cup final in 1927. During a round of golf at Royal Birkdale in the build-up to the third round tie against Bolton some of the players noticed a small black kitten was following them. This, they thought, was a lucky omen and Hughie Ferguson was dispatched to find the owner and strike a deal that meant the Bluebirds kept the cat on condition they provided the owner with a ticket if they were to reach the final. Trixie was taken to every Cup tie and was kept at Ninian until her death in 1939
The flyover under construction
Nice pic of an old ford corsair there, used to love the design of that car.