At first the fire engine was a hand-operated pump drawn by horses, then later a handsome steam-driven contraption. The fire station used to be at the back of the town hall; it was demolished in 1968. Some of this information is from the book ‘Rhyl - The Town And Its People’ by J. W. Jones, published 1974.
The picture above was taken earlier this month by Yours Truly;
it shows the present £2.5 million fire station on Rhyl Coast Road.
The building has meeting rooms for community use. At the time of writing, North Wales Police hold drop-in surgeries there on Fridays from 11am to 1pm. Go and tell them your problems.