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In pictures: Cardiff changes
Picture courtesy of Cardiff Then and Now (Breedon Books, edited by Brian Lee)
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The Cardiff Arms Park car park used to be found on Westgate Street
Cardiff
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The Millennium Stadium now dominates Westgate Street
Picture courtesy of Cardiff Then and Now (Breedon Books, edited by Brian Lee)
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St John's church is the oldest church in the city centre
Cardiff
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Church Street has been pedestrianised, but remains almost unchanged
Picture courtesy of Cardiff Then and Now (Breedon Books, edited by Brian Lee)
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At the turn of the 20th century, horse traps were regular sights on the city streets
Cardiff
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Cars have replaced the horses in modern-day Cardiff
Picture courtesy of Cardiff Then and Now (Breedon Books, edited by Brian Lee)
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Trams ran up the centre of Queen Street in 1915
Picture courtesy of Cardiff Then and Now (Breedon Books, edited by Brian Lee)
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By the 1950s, buses and cars were the order of the day on Queen Street
Cardiff
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The pedestrianisation of Queen Street was a major development
Picture courtesy of Cardiff Then and Now (Breedon Books, edited by Brian Lee)
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St Mary Street was a busy thoroughfare at the turn of the 20th century
Cardiff
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The impressive facades of buildings in St Mary Street have been preserved
Picture courtesy of Cardiff Then and Now (Breedon Books, edited by Brian Lee)
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Only 30 years ago, Working Street was relatively undeveloped
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St David's Hall was opened in 1983 on Working Street






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