It's one of Swindon's most well-known streets.

Manchester Road has been a hub of activity in the town's centre for decades and gone through many changes over the years.

Photos from Swindon Libraries' Local Studies team show a tram travelling along the middle of the street in 1906, Coronation celebrations for King George VI in 1911, a busy day in 1912, family butchers H Goram's and the Jock Walker's shop in the 1920s, a corner shop in 1953, businesses and colourful residences in the 1970s, an overhead view of the street as it was in the 1980s, and black-and-white images from 1995.

The oldest photo in the archive shows the south side of Mill Street in 1900, which was demolished so that Manchester Road could be built.

The newest image shows a more modern view from 2007.

Have a look through our gallery and travel back in time.