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0026 Dyserth Church & Village.
From a postcard posted in 1927.
0027 Dyserth from the bridge.
From a postcard posted in 1909
0039 Dyserth Village
0040 Entrance to Lower Dyserth.
From a postcard posted in July 1927.
0060 Lower Dyserth
0063 "Main entrance to Dyserth"
0099 Village Dyserth 1906
0127 Lower Dyserth
0177 Dyserth Village, outside the Red Lion.
0178 The Old Village Dyserth
0200 Dyserth village. A White Rose bus from Rhyl taking on passengers having visited the waterfall (c1925). These buses ran from 0700 until after 2200. From Dyserth to Rhyl was 9d return.
Harry Thomas Collection
0202 "Summertime at Dyserth".
Cars parked alongside the river opposite New Inn. From a postcard posted in 1937.
Harry Thomas Collection.
0206 "To the falls Dyserth".
Harry Thomas Collection
0209 Lower Dyserth.
Harry Thomas Collection
0212 Dyserth, the village.
Harry Thomas Collection
0235 Entrance to Dyserth village 1920s
0307 Dyserth Village (Red Lion & New Inn)
0310 Dyserth Village (posted 1920)
0311 Tearoom & Stream below falls.
0361 By the river, Dyserth. Bus and cars alongside the river opposite the New Inn. Also Bryn-y-Felin. The same photo, with the same people, as in Photo 0200 - though that one was coloured and the New Inn sign had been removed.
Mr Burleigh originally from Birmingham, started the bus service from Dyserth to Rhyl before the White Rose bus service started. He eventually lived in Riverdale.