THIS week we teamed up with English Heritage to bring you a selection of images taken from the skies above Swindon during the first half of the 20th century.
The shots show four areas of of the town and illustrate how the landscape has changed in the past 60-plus years.
Were you able to identify the areas? And more specifically any of the roads or landmarks?
Captions have now been added below...
Picture 1 (courtesy of English Heritage): Swindon Gas Works and the Great Western Railway Works, Swindon, from the north-east, 1920
Picture 2 (courtesy of English Heritage): The area between Commercial Road and the railway station, Swindon, 1938
Picture 3 (courtesy of English Heritage): Old Town, Swindon, 1938
Picture 4 (courtesy of English Heritage): The southern edge of the city looking towards Wroughton, Swindon, from the north-east, 1947
For more historical aerials of Swindon visit: www.britainfromabove.org.uk