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Times Past Photographic Archives of North Wales.

Old Pictures of Tryddyn (Treuddyn) in Clwyd.

Clwyd, Treuddyn, Old Post Office and Schools

Clwyd, Treuddyn, Old Post Office and Schools

Tryddyn is in the old county of Flintshire, North Wales, and was once a part of the parish of Mold, until in 1844 it became a parish in its own right. The name was officially changed to Treuddyn in 1938.

Tryddyn is in an area rich in minerals, with coal and ironstone having been successfully mined there in the 19th and 20th centuries..

The whole area around Tryddyn I would term as being of outstanding natural beauty.

 

Clwyd, Tryddyn Village, old picture

Clwyd, Tryddyn Village, old picture

Clwyd, Tryddyn, old photo of the Hand Inn

Clwyd, Tryddyn, old photo of the Hand Inn

Clwyd, Tryddyn, vintage photo of Maes Glyndwr and Top yr Rhos

Clwyd, Tryddyn, vintage photo of Maes Glyndwr and Top yr Rhos

Clwyd, Tryddyn, vintage photo of Maes Llewelyn

Clwyd, Tryddyn, vintage photo of Maes Llewelyn

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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.