Yesterday\'s Cardiff Revisited: Britain in Old Photographs

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    FOLLOWING the success of Yesterday's Cardiff, Brian Lee has returned, accompanied by his daughter Amanda Harvey, to take the reader on a further pictorial journey through the Cardiff of yesteryear. Drawing on their detailed knowledge of the city's history, the pair have collected a diverse selection of images, which give a fascinating insight into how life has changed in Cardiff over the last century. Packed with over 200 charming photographs, Yesterday's Cardiff Revisited includes scenes of Cardiff's docks, historic pubs and visits from royalty. Also featuring nostalgic snapshots of sporting moments and schooldays - including a picture of the young Dame Shirley Bassey with her classmates - this book is sure to captivate everyone interested in this vibrant city and its past.

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    Number of Pages: 128
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780752465296
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    Listed in: Local history
    Publisher: The History Press Ltd

    Books by Brian Lee

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    RRP: £13.99

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