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Cardiff is unrecognisable in these long lost pictures from the 1980s
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The bus station, after a make-over in the nineties when the concrete shelters were replaced with tinted glass and metal jobbies.
Cardiff is unrecognisable in these long lost pictures from the 1980s
This bridge is still there, as is the signage.
The Cardiff Bay skyline was awash with cranes .
Now The Hayes has swanky fashion store Reiss
Cardiff is unrecognisable in these long lost pictures from the 1980s - Wales Online
Cardiff is unrecognisable in these long lost pictures from the 1980s
A huge steamer pulls into the docks
Isn't this the cafe where the losing team on The Apprentice end up?
Cardiff Bay before the barrage, it's funny how you forget how muddy it was at low tide.
Remember when Cardiff looked like this?
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The Glastonbury Arms pub in 1980 Cardiff Pubs, Cardiff City, Welsh Words, Wales
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James Street, the beating heart of Cardiff docks, in the early 1900s
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Butetown just beyond Cardiff Central rail track
... on the short walk to Cardiff prison where some of the Cardiff Three were being held, before walking through the city centre to Cardiff City Hall
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... browser to find the words, and with them came the name of the writer of the words Horatio G Spafford, and that of the composer of the tune, P P Bliss.
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The Reverend Al Sharpton leading a protest through Cardiff, linking arms with Yusef Abdullahi's late mother Pauline
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... Cardiff; and the other one of the most important publishers of Christian magazines in Britain in the second part of the nineteenth century.
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Moody's home was among those destroyed, and Horatio Spafford lost his law offices, though the Spafford home was spared.
Here are the original words to the hymn:
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The Reverend Al Sharpton leading a protest through Cardiff, linking arms with Yusef Abdullahi's late mother Pauline
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Tony's brother Lloyd Paris with Yusef Abdullahi's brother Malik centre, left
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Marcelle Joseph Interviews Artist Jonathan Baldock. “
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The Juboraj Indian restaurant in Cardiff Bay
A Camden market-stall selling bootleg cassette tapes in the 1980s.
A brave shop assistant locked these two robbers in a petrol station leaving them to smash their way out with a fire extinguisher.
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