Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Travis Bickle, 19 Feb 2018.
How come 3 posts ?
Was the white bar thing moving in the top right hand corner?
Aerial view of Cardiff Docks, showing redevelopment around Norwegian church, Pierhead building, and Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum.
Aerial view of Cardiff Docks, showing Pierhead building, Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum, and junction of Bute Street/James Street
Aerial view of Cardiff Docks, showing redevelopment
A photograph of Marshfield Station and the Station Hotel taken around 1910. The station was on the main line between Cardiff and Newport and closed in 1959.
I was on my phone at the time so didn’t notice
seems ok now must have been my mistake
I've had it a few times
Someone put this in the post of the year nomination thread thing please.
Farm buildings in Rumney close to where the Potters Wheel pub used to be, Greenway rd was only a lane when the photo was taken, from Welntloog rd up to Newport rd by the Fix and hounds pub
John Williams Ltd 1960's East Moors Road
Dinas Powis 1930’s
This image from the Cardiff Bay development Corporation collection shows construction of the Scott Harbour development at Pierhead Street
Cardiff Telephone Exchange - At the end of St Mary St, on the corner of Customhouse St + New St (Back when Mill Ln used to have a canal running through it, the N side was known as Mill Ln, the south side as New St. Its now just known as Mill Ln). Now occupied by a multistorey.
Aerial view of Cardiff Docks, showing Pierhead building, Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum, and redeveloped graving docks.
What an effing travesty. That was an imposing and impressive building, replaced with a 60s style heap of shit.
Glad they didn't knock this down and it was preserved and refurbed instead.
Perhaps Cardiff planners learnt from their elders' mistakes and something changed here in the 2000s?
Prior to that, this building, the Altolusso frontage, St David's Hospital frontage and the Grosvenor Hotel in Splott would've all been demolished without a second thought.