On 2 January 1941 large parts of the Welsh capital were destroyed in a sustained attack by Nazi bomber planes. This is Craddock Street, Riverside. Photos courtesy of Glamorgan Archives.
The Western Mail printing works in Tudor Road, Riverside.
Bute Street, numbers 151 to 155 near the junction with Hannah Street. Bomb damage helped hasten the decline of this grand Victorian thoroughfare in Cardiff's docklands.
Ferry Road, Grangetown, at its junction with Holmesdale Street. Seven people were killed here
Blackstone Street in Riverside was virtually destroyed in the bombardment - Wyndham Street can be seen in the background.
A more modern semi-detached house at Bishop's Walk in the Llandaff area of the city.
Cathays Terrace, numbers 2 to 30, near the present day Cathays Community Centre.
Shops in Penylan Road, Roath. They included the Penylan School of Dressmaking, gentlemen's hairdresser W Davey, and EJ Jones general stores.
Coburn Street, Cathays. Photos courtesy of Glamorgan Archives.
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