All of these photographs were provided by Cyril and Barbara Jones of Fron. Many thanks. We don't have a date for any of these photographs.

 

This is the oldest picture we have and it's obviously contrived, but interesting anyway!

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Malltraeth Yard (yr Iard) - imagined!

 

The next two views were probably taken before WWI

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Looking up High Street from the old bridge, before WWI. The trap pulled by a donkey was the taxi service to Llandwyn Island run by Richard Jones of Llandudno House, Malltraeth.
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View from the old bridge of the Cefni. Is this the occasion of a church fête - there seems to be a tent in a garden on the left? Capel Sardis is just out of view to the left. 

 

Cefni River and milk delivery
A picture probably taken in 1907. Note the milk churn!

 

 

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Malltraeth High Street between the wars. Anyone know who owned the car, registration number EY 2909?
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Looking up the High Street
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This is later than the previous photograph - there's now a craze for monkey puzzle trees and a telephone box in the village!

 

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Post WWII and at last the High Street is tarmacadamed! Someone seems to have built a derrick outside the Joiner's Arms - what's going on? A posh Wolseley 4/44 parked on the right, lowly Morris Minor on the left.