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Times Past Photographic Archives of North Wales.

Mold in North Wales.

Mold Brown Cow Pub

Mold Brown Cow Pub

Mold is a relatively large town, and is the largest historic market town in Flintshire, North Wales. The history of the town dates back to the Bronze Ages, with archaeological finds dating from that period.

The history of Mold includes battles with Anglo Saxons, and between the Welsh Princes and the Normans. Mold is beaming with history.

Any visitor to North Wales would not do too much better than to book accommodation in Mold and spend a little holiday there.

Culturally, quite a progressive town, with its own Theatre, which also hosts art exhibitions and much more.

The town was built up during the Industrial Revolution due to extensive mining of Lead and Coal in the area.

Thanks to the Ray Davis collection of postcards kindly scanned for the site, we have many old postcards of Mold, and therefore have to split them into categories:

Businesses> High Street >General >Railway

 

If you have any old photographs or postcards that you might like to share with us then please scan them in at least 1280 pixels width and email them here

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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.