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Taken in the 1970's, this view, from Ruthin Road towards Graigwen farm and Hope Mountain, has changed as most of the field was sold for housing. Spot the black labrador sitting in the flower pot! Bwlchgwyn Gallery
Brooklyn Stores
Brooklyn Stores, Bwlchgwyn, probably photographed in the 1960's. This was originally built as The Red Lion public house. Bwlchgwyn Gallery
The Ffrwd

Not far from Bwlchgwyn, a beautiful valley with a stream that carries the history of the industrial revolution over gravels and through woodlands Bwlchgwyn Gallery

Bwlchgwyn towards Nebo Hill
Bwlchgwyn village, probably early 1960s, looking along Ruthin Road towards Nebo Chapel and Nebo Hill, Stryt Maelor on the horizon at the left, the war memorial on the hairpin bend at the extreme right of the picture, the post office and (on the skyline) the school bell Bwlchgwyn Gallery
Bwlchgwyn across to the Penllyn
A nice view of Bwlchgwyn looking across the gorse and Glascoed Road to the Penllyn mountain. Difficult to date, this photograph was taken before the new building of the 60's and 70's (although the view is little changed apart from the later planting of trees) and before the Forestry Commission ruined the heather-clad and slightly rocky sides of the mountain. At this time the trigonometrical stone at the top of the mountain would have been visible from the village - I should know - I climbed to the top enough times! Bwlchgwyn Gallery

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