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Charabancs were a way to travel in style during the early 20th century, and were often used for occasions such as works’ outings to the seaside. This charabanc was hired out by White Rose Motors, founded in 1912, and operating from East Parade, Rhyl until the 1930s.

Ref: PH/56/686

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