RHYL North Wales

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THE PROMENADE. RHYL. DENBIGHSHIRE. WALES. 1978 *SOLD*

* This Postcard has now been sold * The Promenade, Rhyl, Denbighshire, Wales Posted in 1978 Good Condition - some corners and edges wear To see more postcards of Wales check out my ebay store I also share postcards / vintage topics on facebook

Rhyl, North Wales. It's creepy in the fall.

Rhyl, North Wales. It's creepy in the fall.

Rhyl 1960s - Google search Spent many a happy hour in Rhyl's outdoor swimming pool :)))

Rhyl 1960s - Google search Spent many a happy hour in Rhyl's outdoor swimming pool :)))

The Promenade Rhyl old postcard

The Promenade Rhyl old postcard, early-mid 1980s?

Unusually Datsun-dominated line-up, with Urvan and two flavours of Cherry (N10 then F10). The Mini and Cortina Mk4 are rather more expected.

Rhyl Life (Pavilion)

Rhyl Life

As the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa approaches, Wales failed to qualify and some Welsh people will be supporting the team playing for England. (Even more, I suspect, will be supporting the teams playing against England.) The event has led to the usual outbreak of English flags in Rhyl and the arrogance of wavers is remarkable. They would not dare behave this way in Scotland, but they think it's OK here because they look upon Wales as a second rate or non-existent country. If the…

Video, Rhyl, North Wales (1960's)

Rhyl 1960s: A Tale Of Two Seasons

This film by Barry Snelson and Michael Theaker was made circa 1966; the clip finishes abruptly indicating that captions at the end have been removed. In the ...

(Rhyl Life: June 2009) Rhyl water towers, demolished in 1982

Rhyl Life

The photograph above (TOP) was taken today by Yours Truly and shows the rear end of the telephone exchange in Wellington Road as seen from Crescent Road. It is not my habit to go around taking photos of rear ends; the reason in this case was to illustrate the position of the former Christ Church School. The black-and-white picture is a copy of a copy of a photo of Christ Church School. It is from the collection of Gaynor Williams who was a pupil there and remembers in particular a teacher…