Have you ever wanted to see what Wales’ towns and cities really looked like 100 years ago? Well an incredible new feature on InYouArea allows anyone to breathe new life into old photographs.
Memory Lane lets you upload historic black and white images and blast them with colour.
It also shows InYourArea users hundreds of pictures from the past relevant to their area, in association with several online archives including Britain From Above, Francis Frith and the vast picture libraries of our own sister network of national and local newspapers.
WalesOnline put the tool to good use and added a splash of colour to these historical Newport photos.
And if you want to try it out yourself, enter your postcode below to take a trip down Memory Lane yourself and start adding colour to your own images .
Just by signing up with your email address, you’ll get full access to hundreds of thousands of images pulled together from dozens of different online archives including Britain From Above, Francis Frith, our publisher Reach plc’s own library, Geograph and many others.
Your own historic images can also be added to the archive for others to see.
And you’ll be able to breathe new life into your own black and white photographs by using Memory Lane’s incredible tool to give them full colour.
Enter your postcode below to take a trip down Memory Lane and see what amazing discoveries await.
Here are some historic photographs of Newport we’ve added colour to using the Memory Lane function
The M4 being built in 1965
Courtybella Terrace in Pill in 1974
A woman taking part in a pancake tossing competition in what used to be John Frost Square in 1979
Royal Welch Fusiliers at Newport in the 1970s
Newport Bridge at the turn of the last century