Swansea: A Town and City in Photographs

Work is underway to digitise thousands of images of Swansea spanning the past 175 years.

Swansea Your Story is a not-for-profit organisation run by former professional photographer Roy Kneath, which aims to preserve the pictures for future generations.

Swansea officially became a city in 1969 - only the second town in Wales to be granted city status - meaning many of the photographs were taken when it was still a town.

As well as digitising much of his own collection, Mr Kneath is calling for members of the public to donate or lend their photographs of Swansea to help the project 'Swansea: A Town and City in Photographs' grow.

Here are a few of them:

High Street Credit: Swansea Your Story
Swansea in 1941 Credit: Swansea Your Story
Wind Street Credit: Swansea Your Story
Castle Street trams Credit: Swansea Your Story
Oxford Street Credit: Swansea Your Story
Sketty tram Credit: Swansea Your Story
Adelaide Street Credit: Swansea Your Story
High Street Credit: Swansea Your Story
Victoria Park Credit: Swansea Your Story
Constitution Hill tram Credit: Swansea Your Story
Craddock Street Credit: Swansea Your Story

To see more images, visit the Swansea Your Story gallery here.