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Cardiff Collection

Cardiff is the capital of South Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom, and is a vibrant city with a rich history and culture

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Background imageCardiff Collection: Gareth Edwards scores his last try for Wales in 1978

Gareth Edwards scores his last try for Wales in 1978
Rugby Union - 1978 Five Nations Championship - Wales 22 Scotland 14 (18/02/1978) Gareth Edwards dives over the try-line to score his last ever try for Wales at Cardiff Arms Park

Background imageCardiff Collection: Yorkshire Dales, LNER poster, 1923-1947

Yorkshire Dales, LNER poster, 1923-1947
Poster produced for the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to the Yorkshire Dales. Artwork by Austin Cooper (1890-1964), a Canadian who studied art in Cardiff and Arbroath

Background imageCardiff Collection: Norman Keep and daffodils, Cardiff Castle, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Norman Keep and daffodils, Cardiff Castle, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCardiff Collection: Ninian Park Stadium Fine Art - Cardiff City Football Club

Ninian Park Stadium Fine Art - Cardiff City Football Club
Ninian Park Stadium Fine Art, former home of Cardiff City Football Club. At the Game painted in fine detail by the talented artist James Muddiman captures the atmosphere of Matchday perfectly

Background imageCardiff Collection: Millenium Stadium Fine Art - Wales Rugby Union

Millenium Stadium Fine Art - Wales Rugby Union
The Millennium Stadium (Welsh: Stadiwm y Mileniwm), known since 2016 as the Principality Stadium (Welsh: Stadiwm Principality) for sponsorship reasons, is the national stadium of Wales

Background imageCardiff Collection: Parlour goal 2 020504AFC. jpg

Parlour goal 2 020504AFC. jpg
Ray Parlour shoots past Chelsea defender Marcel Desailly to score the 1st Arsenal goal. Arsenal 2:0 Chelsea. The AXA FA Cup Final, The Millenium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales, 4/5/2002

Background imageCardiff Collection: JPR Williams in full flight in 1976

JPR Williams in full flight in 1976
Rugby Union - 1976 Five Nations Championship - Wales 28 Scotland 6 Wales full back JPR Williams in full flight in Cardiff Arms Park

Background imageCardiff Collection: Sport - Empire - Commonwealth Games - Cardiff - 1958 - Competitors in the marathon race

Sport - Empire - Commonwealth Games - Cardiff - 1958 - Competitors in the marathon race leave the stadium amidst the cheers of spectators in Westgate Street

Background imageCardiff Collection: Scott Murray Celebration At Cardiff

Scott Murray Celebration At Cardiff

Background imageCardiff Collection: 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games at Cardiff Arms Park. July 1958

1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games at Cardiff Arms Park. July 1958

Background imageCardiff Collection: The Olympia cinema, Queen Street, Cardiff - showing the Stanley Baker

The Olympia cinema, Queen Street, Cardiff - showing the Stanley Bakers film Zulu in 1964

Background imageCardiff Collection: The Barbarians team that defeated the All Blacks at Cardiff in 1973

The Barbarians team that defeated the All Blacks at Cardiff in 1973
Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 New Zealand Tour of Great Britain & France - Barbarians 23 New Zealand 11 The Barbarians Team Group before the game at Cardiff Arms Park

Background imageCardiff Collection: David Duckham dummies for the Barbarians in the famous game against the All Blacks in 1973

David Duckham dummies for the Barbarians in the famous game against the All Blacks in 1973
Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 New Zealand Tour of Great Britain & France - Barbarians 23 New Zealand 11 David Duckham of the Barbarians dummies Ian Hurst (#12)

Background imageCardiff Collection: Leigh Halfpenny (Wales) holds a daffodil

Leigh Halfpenny (Wales) holds a daffodil
Rugby Union - 2011 Rugby World Cup - Wales vs. Samoa at Waikato Stadium, Hamilton. Leigh Halfpenny (Wales) after the match, holds a daffodil

Background imageCardiff Collection: Ninian Park Art - Cardiff City

Ninian Park Art - Cardiff City
Watercolour of Ninian Park, former home of Cardiff City F.C. 1910 - 2009. Record Attendance 62, 634 Wales v England 1959. Original painting created in 2004 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageCardiff Collection: Cardiff City - 1964 / 65

Cardiff City - 1964 / 65
Football - 1964 / 1965 Second Division - Preston North End 1 Cardiff City 1 Cardiff City team group before kick-off at Deepdale on 31/08/1964

Background imageCardiff Collection: Wales Gerald Davies scores against England - 1971 Five Nations

Wales Gerald Davies scores against England - 1971 Five Nations
Rugby Union - 1971 Five Nations Championship - Wales 22 England 6 Wales winger Gerald Davies powers to the line to score one of his two tries at Cardiff Arms Park

Background imageCardiff Collection: Wales - 1976 Grand Slam Winners

Wales - 1976 Grand Slam Winners
Rugby Union - 1976 Five Nations Championship - Wales 19 France 13 Wales Team Group, Cardiff Arms Park Back Row (left to right): John Bevan, Franklin Knill, Graham Price, Trevor Pryce Evans

Background imageCardiff Collection: Shirley Bassey performing at the Cor World Choir concert at Cardiff Arms Park

Shirley Bassey performing at the Cor World Choir concert at Cardiff Arms Park, 29th May 1993

Background imageCardiff Collection: Castle Coch (Castell Coch) (The Red Castle) in autumn, Tongwynlais, Cardiff, Wales

Castle Coch (Castell Coch) (The Red Castle) in autumn, Tongwynlais, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCardiff Collection: The Wales team that defeated England in the 1981 Five Nations

The Wales team that defeated England in the 1981 Five Nations
Rugby Union - 1981 Five Nations Championship - Wales 21 England 19 The Wales team group before kick-off at Cardiff Arms Park on 17/01/1981 Back (left to right): Clive Williams (rep), Graham Price

Background imageCardiff Collection: The wreck of the collier Bessie, with all that remains of the wrecked Vulture in the surf beyond

The wreck of the collier Bessie, with all that remains of the wrecked Vulture in the surf beyond, Carbis Bay, Lelant
A view of the Bessie wrecked at Carbis Bay, broadside to the surf, with the machinery of the Vulture beyond. SS Bessie (ON 49984) was an iron three masted brigantine rigged steamer of 287 tons gross

Background imageCardiff Collection: Phil Bennett passes for the Barbarians against the All Blacks in 1973

Phil Bennett passes for the Barbarians against the All Blacks in 1973
Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 New Zealand Tour of Great Britain & France - Barbarians 23 New Zealand 11 Phil Bennett passes the ball out for the Barbarians, with teammates Fergus Slattery, far left

Background imageCardiff Collection: JPR Williams is carried off the Cardiff Arms Park pitch after his final game for Wales

JPR Williams is carried off the Cardiff Arms Park pitch after his final game for Wales
Rugby Union - 1979 Five Nations Championship - Wales 27 England 3 JPR Williams is chaired off the Cardiff Arms Park pitch by Welsh fans after playing his last international for his country

Background imageCardiff Collection: Patrick Vieira scores Arsenals winning penalty past Roy Carroll (Man Utd)

Patrick Vieira scores Arsenals winning penalty past Roy Carroll (Man Utd)
Arsenal 0:0 Manchester United. 5:4 to Arsenal after a penalty shoot out. FA Cup Final. The Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales, 21/5/05. Credit: Arsenal Football Club / Stuart MacFarlane

Background imageCardiff Collection: Cardiff City Hall

Cardiff City Hall
Exterior image of the Cardiff City Hall lit up against a twilight sky. The city hall is an important early example of the Edwardian Baroque style

Background imageCardiff Collection: Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, South Wales, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, South Wales, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCardiff Collection: Tom David passes the ball for the Barbarians in the build-up to Gareth Edwards famous try against

Tom David passes the ball for the Barbarians in the build-up to Gareth Edwards famous try against the All Blacks in
Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 New Zealand Tour of Great Britain & France - Barbarians 23 New Zealand 11 Tom David of the Barbarians passes the ball back inside in the build-up to Gareth Edwards

Background imageCardiff Collection: Robin van Persie (Arsenal) at the end of the match. Arsenal 1: 2 Chelsea

Robin van Persie (Arsenal) at the end of the match. Arsenal 1: 2 Chelsea
FA Community Shield. The Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, 7/8/05. Credit: Arsenal Football Club / Stuart MacFarlane

Background imageCardiff Collection: The Haka: New Zealand rugby war dance, 1905

The Haka: New Zealand rugby war dance, 1905
The New Zealand rugby team singing their war song before the match against Wales at Cardiff on 16th December 1905. Wales went on to win a historic victory against the New Zealanders

Background imageCardiff Collection: Castell Coch, Tongwynlais, Cardiff, South Wales, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Castell Coch, Tongwynlais, Cardiff, South Wales, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCardiff Collection: Poster for Jack Cardiff Season at BFI Southbank (1 - 31 May 2010)

Poster for Jack Cardiff Season at BFI Southbank (1 - 31 May 2010)
A Matter of Life and Death David Niven Kim Hunter

Background imageCardiff Collection: Fredrik Ljungberg shoots past Chelsea goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini to score the 2nd Arsenal goal

Fredrik Ljungberg shoots past Chelsea goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini to score the 2nd Arsenal goal
Arsenal 2:0 Chelsea. The AXA FA Cup Final, The Millenium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales, 4/5/2002. Credit: Stuart MacFarlane / Arsenal Football Club

Background imageCardiff Collection: Ray Parlour shoots past Chelsea defender Marcel Desailly to score the 1st Arsenal goal

Ray Parlour shoots past Chelsea defender Marcel Desailly to score the 1st Arsenal goal
Arsenal 2:0 Chelsea. The AXA FA Cup Final, The Millenium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales, 4/5/2002. Credit: Stuart MacFarlane / Arsenal Football Club

Background imageCardiff Collection: County Class locomotive, no. 1017, County of Hereford, 1948

County Class locomotive, no. 1017, County of Hereford, 1948
Seen here at Cardiff Canton. Built 1946

Background imageCardiff Collection: Castell Coch (Castle Coch) (The Red Castle), Tongwynlais, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom

Castell Coch (Castle Coch) (The Red Castle), Tongwynlais, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCardiff Collection: JPR Williams - 1976 Five Nations

JPR Williams - 1976 Five Nations
Rugby Union - 1976 Five Nations Championship - Wales 28 Scotland 6 Wales fullback JPR Williams in full flight in Cardiff Arms Park

Background imageCardiff Collection: The Wales team that defeated France to win the Grand Slam in 1978

The Wales team that defeated France to win the Grand Slam in 1978
Rugby Union - 1978 Five Nations Championship - Wales 16 France 7 The Wales team group before the game at Cardiff Arms Park on 18/3/78. Wales won the game to secure the Grand Slam

Background imageCardiff Collection: The Barbarians team that faced the All Blacks in Cardiff in 1978

The Barbarians team that faced the All Blacks in Cardiff in 1978
Rugby Union - 1978 New Zealand Tour of Britain and Ireland - Final Challenge : Barbarians 16 New Zealand 18 The Barbarians Team Group before the game at Cardiff Arms Park

Background imageCardiff Collection: JPR Williams - Wales

JPR Williams - Wales
Rugby Union - 1976 Argentina Tour of Wales and England - Wales XV 20 Argentina 19 Wales full back JPR Williams runs with the ball at Cardiff Arms Park

Background imageCardiff Collection: Barry John in perfect balance while drop kicking - 1971 Five Nations

Barry John in perfect balance while drop kicking - 1971 Five Nations
Rugby Union Barry John (Wales) drops a goal Wales 22 England 6 1971 5 Nations Championship, Cardiff, 16/01/1971

Background imageCardiff Collection: Wolves vs Sheffield United, Play Off Final, Goalscorers Miller, Blake & Kennedy

Wolves vs Sheffield United, Play Off Final, Goalscorers Miller, Blake & Kennedy
Wolves goalscorers (from left - right) Kenny Miller, Nathan Blake and Mark Kennedy celebrate with the trophy after the Nationwide Division One play-off final against Sheffield United at

Background imageCardiff Collection: Wolves vs Sheffield United, Play Off Final, Captain Paul Ince

Wolves vs Sheffield United, Play Off Final, Captain Paul Ince
Wolves captain Paul Ince holds up the trophy after the Nationwide Division One play-off final against Sheffield United at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

Background imageCardiff Collection: Jim Callaghan / Labour Pm

Jim Callaghan / Labour Pm
JAMES CALLAGHAN LORD CALLAGHAN of CARDIFF Labour Party leader and British Prime Minister (1976-79)

Background imageCardiff Collection: Patrick Vieira (Arsenal) with the FA Cup Trophy. Arsenal 0: 0 Manchester United

Patrick Vieira (Arsenal) with the FA Cup Trophy. Arsenal 0: 0 Manchester United
5:4 to Arsenal after a penalty shoot out. FA Cup Final. The Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales, 21/5/05. Credit: Arsenal Football Club / Stuart MacFarlane

Background imageCardiff Collection: Cardiff Central Station. Great Western Railway. Cardiff Central Station Alterations Drawing No. 4

Cardiff Central Station. Great Western Railway. Cardiff Central Station Alterations Drawing No. 4. 2 May 1933

Background imageCardiff Collection: Cardiff Bay Norwegian Church

Cardiff Bay Norwegian Church
Sunset over the Norwegian Church in Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, UK. The Norwegian Church is a historic site, built by the Norwegians. It is now an iconic part of Cardiff Bay

Background imageCardiff Collection: Castell Coch (Castle Coch) (The Red Castle), Tongwynlais, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Castell Coch (Castle Coch) (The Red Castle), Tongwynlais, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe



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Cardiff Collection

Cardiff is the capital of South Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom, and is a vibrant city with a rich history and culture. A population of over 350,000 people and is the 11th largest city in the UK. The city centre boasts many attractions including Cardiff Castle, St David's Hall and Cardiff Bay. There are also numerous parks, gardens and green spaces throughout the city which provide plenty of outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy. The Welsh language is widely spoken in Cardiff as well as English so visitors can experience both cultures while visiting this beautiful part of the world. With its stunning architecture, exciting nightlife scene and picturesque coastline there is something for everyone in this vibrant Welsh capital.
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