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Times Past Photographic Archives of North Wales.

Cilcain (Cilcen) Village in North Wales.

cilcain an old photo of terraced houses

cilcain an old photo of terraced houses

Cilcain is a small village in the county of Clwyd (old county of Flintshire) North Wales. Cilcain was once well known for its' village fairs.

 

cilcain high street and market place

cilcain high street and market place

cilcain high street and shops

cilcain high street and shops

cilcain in north wales an old photo of the village

cilcain in north wales an old photo of the village

cilcain pentre old photo

cilcain pentre old photo

cilcain square and white horse inn

cilcain square and white horse inn

cilcain village an early picture

cilcain village an early picture

cilcain village and a horse drawn carriage

cilcain village and a horse drawn carriage

cilcain village

cilcain village

cilcain village

cilcain village

cilcain village with children in the street

cilcain village with children in the street

cilcen the dell

cilcen the dell

cilcen village

cilcen village

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Acknowledgments:- The archives site has been made possible by the kind cooperation of: Anne Ashton, Ron Ashton, David Baker, Helena Crennell, Mary Eunice Davies, Ray Davies, Sandra Davies, Terry Ireland, David Sallery, Ky Thurland, Dave Williams, with photographic work from the collections of Dora M Davies, Ray Davies, Dr David Williams, Haydn Morris, Frank Armstrong and Phil Evans.