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Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Barry Island Beach, Wales, 1920s

Barry Island Beach, Wales, 1920s
View of Barry Island beach and Whitmore Bay, Glamorgan, south Wales in summer 1920s. Holidaymakers are enjoying the sunshine while having fun on the beach and lying in deckchairs

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Swansea Marina, Swansea, West Glamorgan, South Wales, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Swansea Marina, Swansea, West Glamorgan, South Wales, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Vivian Jenkins - Glamorgan

Vivian Jenkins - Glamorgan
Cricket - 1932 season Glamorgan cricketer Vivian Jenkins. Also played Rugby Union for Bridgend, Wales (14 Caps) and the British Lions (1938 Tour of South Africa) and was an Oxford Blue

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Wyndham Colliery, Nantymoel, Ogmore Vale, South Wales

Wyndham Colliery, Nantymoel, Ogmore Vale, South Wales
A pre-1914 image of the Wyndham Colliery, Nantymoel, Ogmore Vale, South Wales which opened in 1868. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Barry Island, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, UK

Barry Island, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, UK
Promenade and Showground, Barry Island, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, UK. Date: circa 1940

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Gorseinon, street and railway, near Swansea, South Wales

Gorseinon, street and railway, near Swansea, South Wales
View of the town of Gorseinon, near Swansea, Glamorgan, South Wales, with the railway line running in parallel with the High Street

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Cwmpennar Colliery, Glamorgan, South Wales

Cwmpennar Colliery, Glamorgan, South Wales
View of Cwmpennar Colliery (also known as the Powell Duffryn Colliery), Mountain Ash, Glamorgan, South Wales

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Miners from Fernhill Colliery, Glamorgan, South Wales

Miners from Fernhill Colliery, Glamorgan, South Wales
A black-faced miner, carrying his small daughter, his wife shielding her face, at Fernhill in the Rhondda. He has just emerged from 292 hours underground in a stay-in miners strike at Fernhill

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Landore Viaduct construction, near Swansea, South Wales

Landore Viaduct construction, near Swansea, South Wales
View of construction work on the Landore Viaduct, over the Swansea valley and the River Tawe, on the Great Western Railway, Glamorgan, South Wales

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Taffs Well Viaduct, near Cardiff, Glamorgan, South Wales

Taffs Well Viaduct, near Cardiff, Glamorgan, South Wales
View of Taffs Well Viaduct, also known as Walnut Tree Viaduct, near Cardiff, Glamorgan, South Wales. This was a railway viaduct crossing the canal

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Penrhiwceibr Colliery, Glamorgan, South Wales

Penrhiwceibr Colliery, Glamorgan, South Wales
View of Penrhiwceibr (Penrhiwceiber) Colliery, Glamorgan, South Wales. The colliery closed in 1985

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: BSC works, Port Talbot, West Glamorgan, South Wales

BSC works, Port Talbot, West Glamorgan, South Wales
View of the BSC (British Steel Corporation) works in Port Talbot, West Glamorgan, South Wales, with rows of houses in the foreground

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: View of Victorian pier in seaside town at sunrise, Penarth Pier, Penarth, Bristol Channel

View of Victorian pier in seaside town at sunrise, Penarth Pier, Penarth, Bristol Channel, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, Wales, September

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Coastal resort town seafront and lighthouse bombarded by waves during storm, Porthcawl Pier

Coastal resort town seafront and lighthouse bombarded by waves during storm, Porthcawl Pier, Porthcawl, Bristol Channel, South Wales, Wales, september

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Millennium Stadium

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Barry Island, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, UK

Barry Island, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, UK
People on the beach on Barry Island, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, UK. Date: circa 1910

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Ferndale Colliery and Tylorstown, Glamorgan, South Wales

Ferndale Colliery and Tylorstown, Glamorgan, South Wales
View of Ferndale Colliery (also known as Blaenllechau Colliery) and Tylorstown, Rhondda Valley, Glamorgan, South Wales

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Ocean Colliery, Nant Y Moel, Glamorgan, South Wales

Ocean Colliery, Nant Y Moel, Glamorgan, South Wales
View of the Ocean Colliery (also known as Western Colliery), Nant Y Moel (Nantymoel), Ogmore Vale, Glamorgan, South Wales, with a mixture of sleet and smoke on a day of bad weather

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Llest Colliery explosion, Glamorgan, South Wales

Llest Colliery explosion, Glamorgan, South Wales
A group of men and boys waiting for news of miners trapped underground following an explosion at Llest (Lluest) Colliery, Pontyrhyl, near Bridgend, Glamorgan, South Wales

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Nash Point lighthouse keeper

Nash Point lighthouse keeper
Mr Nathan Illston, Senior Keeper at Nash Point Lighthouse, portrait. Now deceased, he was a Trinity House Keeper for 44 years. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1988

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Promenade and pier in Penarth town outside Cardiff in South Wales

Promenade and pier in Penarth town outside Cardiff in South Wales
Penarth, Wales

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: GWR construction work at Pontlliw, South Wales

GWR construction work at Pontlliw, South Wales
Construction work taking place on the Great Western Railway near the village of Pontlliw, near Swansea, Glamorgan, South Wales

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Bulls fighting; St. Donats Castle in the distance, c. 1803

Bulls fighting; St. Donats Castle in the distance, c. 1803
XCF1784 Bulls fighting; St. Donats Castle in the distance, c.1803 by Ward, James (1769-1859); Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK; English, out of copyright

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: People Like Us, bronze sculpture of a young local couple with their dog

People Like Us, bronze sculpture of a young local couple with their dog, by John Clinch, 1993, Mermaid Quay, Cardiff Bay, South Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Llest Colliery explosion, Glamorgan, South Wales

Llest Colliery explosion, Glamorgan, South Wales
Men working to free a collapsed entrance following an explosion at Llest (Lluest) Colliery, Pontyrhyl, near Bridgend, Glamorgan, South Wales, in which 19 men and boys were killed

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Pendine Sands, South Wales, September 1924

Pendine Sands, South Wales, September 1924
A GWR Publicity view of Ragwen Point on the western end of Pendine Sands on the Carmarthenshire border with Glamorgan, South Wales in September 1924

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Barry Island, Wales, August 1938

Barry Island, Wales, August 1938
View of Barry Island beach, Glamorgan, south Wales, summer 1938. The beach is very, very busy with holidaymakers enjoying the sunshine and lounging in deckchairs

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Barry Island Beach, Wales, August 1938

Barry Island Beach, Wales, August 1938
View of Barry Island beach, Glamorgan, south Wales in summer 1938. The beach is very, very crowded and the water is teeming with holidaymakers

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Barry Island, Glamorgan, Wales, August 1927

Barry Island, Glamorgan, Wales, August 1927
View of Barry Island beach and Whitmore Bay, Vale of Glamorgan, south Wales, summer 1927. The beach is filled with holidaymakers enjoying the sunshine and lounging in deckchairs

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Aerial view of Worm's Head promontory on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales, UK. Spring (March) 2022

Aerial view of Worm's Head promontory on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales, UK. Spring (March) 2022
Aerial view of Worm's Head promontory on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales, UK. Spring (March) 2022

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Aerial view of The Knave on the dramatic coastline of the Gower Peninsula, South Wales, UK

Aerial view of The Knave on the dramatic coastline of the Gower Peninsula, South Wales, UK. Spring (March) 2022

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Shipwreck of the Helvetia on the sandy shores of Rhossili Bay at sunset, Gower Peninsula

Shipwreck of the Helvetia on the sandy shores of Rhossili Bay at sunset, Gower Peninsula, South Wales, UK. Winter (January) 2020

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Golden sunset over Three Cliffs Bay on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales, UK. Spring (March) 2022

Golden sunset over Three Cliffs Bay on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales, UK. Spring (March) 2022

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: View from Llanmadoc Hill over the village of Llangennith towards Rhossili Bay and Worm's Head

View from Llanmadoc Hill over the village of Llangennith towards Rhossili Bay and Worm's Head, Gower Peninsula
View from Llanmadoc Hill over the village of Llangennith towards Rhossili Bay and Worm's Head, Gower Peninsula, South Wales, UK. Spring (March) 2022

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Rusted shipwreck anchor on the rocky shoreline near Worm's Head on the Gower Peninsula

Rusted shipwreck anchor on the rocky shoreline near Worm's Head on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales, UK
Rusted shipwreck anchor on the rocky shoreline near Worm's Head on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales, UK. Spring (March) 2022

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Sunset over the shipwreck of the Helvatia on Rhossili Bay, Gower, South Wales, UK

Sunset over the shipwreck of the Helvatia on Rhossili Bay, Gower, South Wales, UK. Spring (March) 2022

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Cliffs at Nash Point, Glamorgan Heritage Coast, South Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Cliffs at Nash Point, Glamorgan Heritage Coast, South Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: The Valley of Llynvi, Turning the First Turf for a New Railway, 1858. Creator: Unknown

The Valley of Llynvi, Turning the First Turf for a New Railway, 1858. Creator: Unknown
The Valley of Llynvi, Turning the First Turf for a New Railway, 1858....the first turf for this new railway was turned, near two of the principal ironworks already in operation

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: The Archer Road Baptist church in, Ely, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales

The Archer Road Baptist church in, Ely, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales. £ 100 worth of damage was caused when children started throwing stones and bricks at the churchs leaded windows

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: The TA centre in Caerau Lane, Ely, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales. June 1968

The TA centre in Caerau Lane, Ely, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales. June 1968

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Tom Jones, (singer from Wales) arrives in Pontypridd, Glamorgan, South Wales

Tom Jones, (singer from Wales) arrives in Pontypridd, Glamorgan, South Wales, November 1998, for a concert and to visit his home town and to meet the fans

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: The unoccupied buildings of Cross Bros Ltd, and Andrews Supermarket in Working Street

The unoccupied buildings of Cross Bros Ltd, and Andrews Supermarket in Working Street, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales. 2nd August 1966

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: The Handball Court in Nelson, Glamorgan, South Wales, 8th August 1969

The Handball Court in Nelson, Glamorgan, South Wales, 8th August 1969. The three walled court has stood in the town since 1860

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Scenes in Wattstown, South Wales. Located in the Rhondda Valley in the county borough of

Scenes in Wattstown, South Wales. Located in the Rhondda Valley in the county borough of Rhondda Cynon Taf, ceremonial county Mid Glamorgan, Wales

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Dinas Powys Castle, Vale of Glamorgan, south Wales, 23rd April 1967

Dinas Powys Castle, Vale of Glamorgan, south Wales, 23rd April 1967

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Sylvester McCoy as Doctor Who seen here filming at the Majestic Holiday Camp on Barry

Sylvester McCoy as Doctor Who seen here filming at the Majestic Holiday Camp on Barry Island, South Glamorgan, Wales for the Dr Who TV serial " Delta and the Bannermen" 29th June 1987

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Penarth, Glamorgan, South Wales, c. 1920s

Penarth, Glamorgan, South Wales, c. 1920s
View to the sea and promenade at the seaside town of Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. Holidaymakers are returning from the front in the heat of a summers day

Background imageRelated Images Canvas Print Collection: Oldham OL9 7 Map

Oldham OL9 7 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Oldham OL9 7



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