Wrexham and District Transport Bus 1918. Source: Ebay
Britain’s Original Lager Brewery – Wrexham Lager. Wrexham. Nestling in misty mineral-rich hills and soft, rolling countryside. The industrial capital of North Wales built around agriculture and mining. And brewing. Home of Wrexham Lager – [more]
Natwest Bank Lord Street 1988. 33, Lord Street, Wrexham was previously a Tesco store then Timberland, in 1988 the Natwest Bank were to use the building and started to adapt the building for their needs. [more]
Currys Shop, Hope Street, Wrexham 1966. Who remembers Currys like this? Source: Local Bygones; NWN Media. Why not follow Local Bygones on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Also check out the website for thousands of local [more]
Abenbury Brickworks and the railway sidings 1966. GWR 0-6-0PT 9610 shunts clay wagons at Abenbury Brickworks siding in 1966. The section between Wrexham Central and Abenbury was the last part of the line to close, [more]
Brymbo Ironworks 1860 Not a great quality picture, but shows a glimpse of what it looked like in the 1860s Source: Industrial Revolution p.23. 1984
H. Armstrong. Pawnbrokers and General Salesman, Bridge Street, Wrexham. Source: Picture kindly supplied by Martin Rees Jewellers, Chester Street, Wrexham.
J. C. Edwards Railway Sidings at Trevor in 1957
Penybryn Service Station, Penybryn, Wrexham in 1967.