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Cardiff Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 11 pictures in our Cardiff collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


East Dock Engine Shed, Cardiff
East Dock Engine Shed, Cardiff
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GWR Cardiff Docks, 1946
GWR Cardiff Docks, 1946
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Composite Diner Restaurant Car, No. 9562
Composite Diner Restaurant Car, No. 9562
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King George V at Cardiff Docks, 1927
King George V at Cardiff Docks, 1927
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The Goods Yard at Cardiff Docks in 1943
The Goods Yard at Cardiff Docks in 1943
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A Sea Hurricane being loaded onto an armed merchant ship at Cardiff docks, c.1941
A Sea Hurricane being loaded onto an armed merchant ship at Cardiff docks, c.1941
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GWR air services first flight, Cardiff, April 1933
GWR air services first flight, Cardiff, April 1933
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GWR Docks Cardiff - Queen Alexandra Dock, 1960
GWR Docks Cardiff - Queen Alexandra Dock, 1960
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Cardiff Newtown Goods Yard, 1924
Cardiff Newtown Goods Yard, 1924
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Discharging American locomotives at the GWR Docks, Cardiff, 1942
Discharging American locomotives at the GWR Docks, Cardiff, 1942
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Newport Docks, c1940s
Newport Docks, c1940s
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The Goods Yard at Cardiff Docks in 1943 Featured Image

The Goods Yard at Cardiff Docks in 1943

The Goods Yard at Cardiff Docks in September 1943 is the subject of this image featuring a group of ladies stacking boxes that have probably just been off-loaded from a goods train. Staff shortages at docks at the beginning of the war led to changes in the terms of employment for dock workers with staff being transferred from casual to permanent contracts with guaranteed work and a minimum wage. This made the job more appealing and ensured a more reliable labour-force in what was a crucial industry for the war effort. By the time this photograph was taken in 1943 over 100 women were employed in a variety of roles at Cardiff Docks