Selection of photographs of Charles Street, Wrexham. Many thanks to Mark Griffiths for the use of his images. If you have photographs you’d like to share, get in touch via our contact page.
An atmospheric view of Brook Street in 1913, with a tram about to cling Hill Street, on the right is the National School and just visible is the Albion Brewery. Source: Unknown copyright holder.
A memorial built to commemorate those who made the ultimate sacrifice during the First World War has been unveiled. The memorial garden at Bellevue Park in Wrexham was officially opened with a service led by [more]
This rare postcard in mint condition is from our collection. It was engraved by Newman & Co. London and published by E. Hughes & Son, Wrexham. 1809 Engraved by Newman & Co. London. Published by [more]
Selection of pictures of the former Co-operative that once occupied several locations on Abbot Street, Wrexham. The Co-op had many use since its closure, including a nightclub. Formally the ferryman nightclub, club XS, The Colliseum [more]
The following pictures of St. George’s Cresent were taken by Thomas Grantham Wright during the mid to late 1970s, kindly supplied by Hayley Angel Paice-Wright. The following video includes many more pictures taken by Thomas Grantham [more]