A sailing ship is towed out of Foryd Harbour by a steam tug.
Foryd Harbour 2
A sailing ship at anchor in Foryd Harbour. Rhyl promenade can be seen in the distance.
Foryd Harbour 3
Several sailing ships at anchor in Foryd Harbour.
On the beach looking towards Foryd.
High Street, Rhyl
Rhyl's main shopping street
Marine Lake, Rhyl
The landing stage at the Marine Lake.
The Rhyl Miniature Railway has run around the Marine Lake since 1911
The Parade looking west towards Foryd. Bathing huts can be seen along the shore.
West Parade, Rhyl
The West Parade, with its many hotels, with the Pavilion in the distance.
Rhyl Pavilion & Parade
The Parade and Pavilion looking west towards Foryd.
The Pavilion was an ornate building with five domes and dominated the promenade. It was demolished in 1973.
The beach with its donkey rides.
Rhyl, in its heyday, was an important station on the Chester to Holyhead line with large numbers of day-trippers arriving by train during the summer. It
was also the terminus of the now closed Vale of Clwyd line to Corwen.