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Times Past Photographic Archives of North Wales.

Holywell in North Wales Page 2.

Holywell High Street from Cross Street old photo

Holywell High Street from Cross Street old photo

At St Winefride's Holy Well in Holywell, the visitor centre houses hundreds of Victorian pairs of crutches said to have been left by the crippled who were cured by the waters there. We present here images of Holywell town that we hope will be of interest to all of our visitors.

 

Holywell High Street pre 1919

Holywell High Street pre 1919

Holywell Hill in times past

Holywell Hill in times past

Holywell Holway Caves home of the Bouncing Bomb

Holywell Holway Caves home of the Bouncing Bomb

Holywell LNWR Railway old photo

Holywell LNWR Railway old photo

Holywell March 12th 1877

Holywell March 12th 1877

Holywell Morton's Shoe Shop in times past

Holywell Morton's Shoe Shop in times past

Holywell New Road

Holywell New Road

Holywell Pen y Ball Top vintage photo

Holywell Pen y Ball Top vintage photo

Holywell St Winifred's Well Pool old photo

Holywell St Winifred's Well Pool old photo

Holywell Page 3

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Acknowledgments:- The archives site has been made possible by the kind cooperation of: Anne Ashton, Ron Ashton, David Baker, Helena Crennell, Mary Eunice Davies, Ray Davies, Sandra Davies, Terry Ireland, David Sallery, Ky Thurland, Dave Williams, with photographic work from the collections of Dora M Davies, Ray Davies, Dr David Williams, Haydn Morris, Frank Armstrong and Phil Evans.