Prince Edward Square

The twinkling lights of Prince Edward Square, Llandudno, at night in December 2011.

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A Different Perspective

A floor level shot, looking down Llandudno Pier on a December evening in 2011.

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End of the Pier Show

Pierhead Pavilion at Llandudno Pier. Originally built as a Bandstand, it was later extended to form a Recital Hall for orchestral concerts. The Llandudno Pier Company Orchestra actually survived until about 1976, when this building was converted into an amusement arcade/aquarium. Today, the entire building is an amusement arcade.

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Crooked Horse

Detail of the decoration on a  Fairground Organ at the 2011 Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza. Built in 1910 by the French company of C. H Marenghi & Cie, it was working its way through a very varied repertoire, including a great version of the Tom Jones classic ‘Deliah’.

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