Political rally in the slaughterhouse's wall, with Caramanchel's houses in the background.
Juan Gil-Albert avenue, when it was named "Station avenue", at the beginning of the century.
Guía Vicedo's photo (1925) named "Station's platform". It's the same wall as the previous photo.
View of the "Baix" station, from which the Chicharra train departed.
Norte station, from where Xátiva trains depart, in the 1910s.
Another view of the "Estació de Baix", with "Xixarra" train in it. A 60s photo.
Andalucía avenue at the beginning of the 70s, when there still were a lot of building plots.
Hispanidad avenue in the 70s, when the urbanization of the area began.
Sagrado Corazón parish, located in Al-Azraq square, in the early 70s. The "Baix" Station can be seen in the background.
Enginyer Colomina Raduan street in the 70s. Zona Nord's park on the right.
Teodor Llorente street, also in the 70s.
The "Vaguada", at the beginning of the 80s. Nowadays, it's the "Pas del Benissaidó".
Two photos of the zone between the Guardia Civil Barracks, the slaughterhouse and the bull ring