Tuesday, 15 June 2010


Mr. Terry Williams, presently residing in Newcastle upon Tyne, would like to know why there isn’t a site like Rhyl Life dedicated to St. Asaph. Search me, Terry. Above are a few old pix by way of consolation.

They are undated, alas. You will find among them a view from the Cathedral tower and a rare shot of the railway station which used to be in Chester Street. The station was part of the Vale of Clwyd line (Rhyl to Denbigh). For further info about the line please click here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vale_of_Clwyd_Railway


MON 6th JUL 2015 UPDATE: More St. Asaph! The image of Old Pont Dafydd is undated, and the Cathedral picture is circa 1905: