Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Travis Bickle, 19 Feb 2018.
Doubt it, decimalisation didn't come in until 1971
Leckwith Stadium? The backdrop doesn't look right to me. Especially with that bridge.
That looks like the old Leckwith stadium with the flyover on the road to the bay
See what you mean, it doesn't look familiar at all. Probably Wales online (photo is from their site) getting it wrong again, they always do it.
Could well be, I'm none the wiser.
I noticed that too! Considering Britain wasnt decimal in 1967 I suspect its a shocking £55 which wasnt exactly an offer
Edit: Just seen the other posts re the same
Two White Funnel Fleet paddle steamers operated by the P & A Campbell Company pictured packed with day trippers at the Pier Head landing stage in the 1950's
Elf and safety would have something to say about how many passengers where on the boat if that was today
Looks like something you'd see in Bangladesh.
A different angle in the back ground is the mount Stuart dry docks and the big Windsor
That was some place the big windsor, all the pikeys from rover way would get in there on the weekends, mad atmosphere.
I can remember them
After that they used to go to BABS bistro west Bute street
I was only young at the time but I dont think they cause any trouble at tbh
Good old days
They were well behaved just boisterous, like a drink do the pikeys
The old specialist heavy engineering at mount dry docks now known techniquest
The old north stand at Cardiff arms park being demolished
Plasturton Avenue Cardiff 1912 and not a car in sight, what a difference the next 107 years would bring, in 2019 the roadsides are full of cars and cars park on the verges in the centre of the road
Llanishen station c1920
Cowbridge rd opposite Mill lane