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Rhyl

Rhyl is a seaside resort town in North Wales. Its fine sands and accessibility by towns such as Liverpool made it a popular Victorian tourist destination. Buildings of interest in Rhyl included a 'Promenade Pier' demolished in the 1970s, and the Apollo Cinema.

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RHYL

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Queen's Palace Hotel, Rhyl, early 20th...

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Rhyl, 1961

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Rhyl, 1961

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Swimming pool at Rhyl Sun Centre taken in 1983

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Rhyl, 1923

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Rhyl, 1923

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Trip i Rhyl (Welsh Only)

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'Rhyl Holiday' by Gwyn Williams, 1978...

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[The pier, Rhyl, Wales] (LOC)

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The sands, Rhyl, Wales LOC

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Empire Day

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Rhyl Swifts

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"The Jolly Boys"

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Town Hall, Wellington Road, Rhyl

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