Liberty stadium in Landore
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Landore (Welsh: Gland?r) is a district and community in Swansea, Wales. The district falls in the Landore council ward. A mainly residential area, it is located about 2.5 miles north of Swansea city centre. The north-easterly part of Landore is known as Morfa. There have been a number of new developments in the 21st century, such as the Liberty Stadium and the Morfa Shopping Park, which opened in 2005. It had a population of 6,168 as of the 2011 UK census. 
A new £1.5m bowls stadium, the Landore Bowls Stadium opened in early 2008 becoming the home of the Swansea Indoor Bowls Club. The venue hosted the World Indoor Singles and Mixed Pairs Championships in April 2008.
Great Western Railway's Landore Depot is used for servicing Inter City 125 passenger trains. The Landore railway viaduct is a prominent local landmark. Landore once had a railway station, a stop on the South Wales Railway located near the Swansea Loop East Junction.
In September 2013, the Swansea City Landore Training Academy was opened. The facility cost £6 million and is home to the club's reserve and academy teams, including an indoor pitch as well as grass and Artificial turf outdoor fields.
The first copper works in the Swansea area was opened in Landore in 1717, and in the 1860s Carl Wilhelm Siemens perfected the open hearth furnace at a local works. By 1873 the area had one of the world's largest steelworks, and industrial pollution in Landore inspired the doggerel it came to pass in days of yore / the Devil chanced upon Landore. / Quoth he:"by all this fume and stink / I can't be far from home, I think." Landore has a number of listed buildings from its industrial past. There is a campaign to make the remaining historical buildings in the Lower Swansea valley, including Landore, a World Heritage Site.
Grade II listed buildings include:
Grade II* listed buildings: