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Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Travis Bickle, 19 Feb 2018.
Westgate Street Arms Park entrance
Newport Road 1920/30 's .School of Medicine next to rail tracks .Parade Station beyond .Cardiff HS Girls on the Parade .Bottom corner left , St David's Welsh church on Howard Gardens (destroyed by enemy action 1941.)
Dry dock get repaired
Looks just like Bridgend on a lovely autumn evening
Street musicians corner of Wellfield rd/ Wellfied Place
^^ NinJah , the early years ..
Any of you go and see one of these?
The site of the original St. Mary's Church. In 1607 the great flood washed away part of the churchyard and undermined its foundations. It fell into disrepair and the new St. Mary's was built on Bute Street.
The outline of the church can still be seen on the side of the Prince of Wales pub, showing where the original church once stood.
Preparing the bank on Pembroke Terrace before covering over the feeder and creation of Churchill Way.
Yeah, my mum and dad took me to a couple.
For some reason the most vivid memory is of the Gurkhas.
Undated photograph titles "Holding Up The Fast Traffic at Rumney , Cardiff,"
Traffic islands one third the width of the road have been placed in the main Cardiff-Newport road bear the bridge over the Rriver Rhymney, at Rumney Cardiff.
This allows only one vehicle to pass at a time, thus acting as a check on fast traffic and making the road safer. - The new traffic islands at Rumney, South Wales.
20th January 1937: Workmen carrying rhubarb pots at a nursery farm at Rumney, near Cardiff, Wales.
The Bluebell Old St Mellon’s
Miss Hastings at her five-acre market garden at Castleton, near Cardiff, with her two plough horses on 15 March 1937
Yep, a guy a few doors down from my mum and dads was in the air force and always got us tickets for the dress rehearsals on the night before official opening.
Don't know if this has been mentioned but I'm sure you will all find it interesting if you haven't caught it on tv, there is 4 on there I think
Dock Of The Bay
The searchlight tattoo motorbikes
The unveiling of the War Memorial outside the Glamorgan Constabulary at Cowbridge Road East, Canton, in 1925.
The building was demolished many years ago but the memorial was relocated to a prominent position outside the South Wales Police Headquarters at Bridgend.